At New York, the birthday of the Bishop and Confessor, Raphael, who worked to unify the faithful in the new world.
At Rome, the birthday of the holy martyrs, Alexander, Abundius, Antigonus, and Fortunatus.
At Alexandria, the passion of St. Julian, martyr. Although he was so afflicted with gout that he could neither walk nor stand, he was taken before the judge with two servants, who carried him in a chair. One of these denied his faith, but the other, named Eunus, persevered with Julian in confessing Christ. Both were set on camels, led through the whole city, scourged, and then burned alive in the presence of all the people. In the same city, St. Besas, a soldier. He had rebuked those who insulted the martyrs just mentioned, and so was denounced before the judge. Because he continued to proclaim his attachment to the faith he was beheaded.
At Seville in Spain, the birthday of St. Leander, bishop of that city, and of St. Florentina, virgin. By his preaching and zeal the Visigoths, with the help of King Recared, were converted from the Arian heresy to the Catholic faith.
At Constantinople, in the time of Emperor Leo, the holy confessors Basil and Procopius, who fought courageously in behalf of the veneration of sacred images.
At Lyons, St. Baldomer, subdeacon and man of God, whose tomb is graced by many miracles.
And elsewhere in divers places, many other holy martyrs, confessors, and holy virgins.