AT Rome, in the time of the emperor Adrian, St. Evaristus, pope and martyr, who enriched the Church of God with his blood.—In Africa, the holy martyrs Rogatian, priest, and Felicissimus, who received the bright crown of martyrs, in the persecution of Valerian and Gallienus. They are mentioned by St. Cyprian in his epistle to the Confessors.—At Nicomedia, the holy martyrs Lucian, Florius and their companions.—The same day, St. Quodvultdeus, bishop of Carthage. By the Arian king Genseric, he and his clergy were put on board of leaking boats without oars or sails, but beyond all expectations he landed at Naples, and there in exile died a confessor.—At Narbonne, St. Rusticus, bishop and confessor, who flourished in the time of the emperors Valentinian and Leo.—At Salerno, St. Gaudiosus, bishop.—At Pavia, St. Fulk, bishop. —At Hildesheim, in Saxony, St. Bernward, bishop and confessor, who was ranked among the saints by Celestine III.—Also, St. Quadragesimus, sub-deacon, who raised a dead man to life.
And elsewhere many other holy martyrs, confessors and holy virgins.
Thanks be to God.