28th July (15th July O.S.):
- ADALARD, a monk at Corbie, in Picardy, known as "the younger" to distinguish him from St. Adalard of Corbie (2nd January). He reposed circa A.D. 824.
- APRONIA (EVRONIE), (Fifth or Sixth Century), the sister of St. Aprus (15th September), Bishop of Toul, who made her a nun. She reposed in Troyes.
- ATHANASIUS, a Bishop of Naples, who after twenty years in that See, began to suffer from the machinations of relatives who had control of the civil authority of that city. He was imprisoned, and then exiled; he reposed in Veroli A.D. 872, and was buried at Monte Cassino, his relics were later translated to Naples.
- BENEDICT, a Bishop of Angers who reposed circa A.D. 820.
- CATULINUS (CARTHOLINUS), JANUARIUS, FLORENTIUS, JULIA AND JUSTA, (Date Unknown), martyrs at Carthage in North Africa.
- DONALD (DONIVALD), (Eighth Century), a Scottish holy man who with his nine daughters, 'the Nine Maidens', lived as a hermit at Ogilvy.
- EDITH OF POLESWORTH, an Abbess of Polesworth in England. There is no reliable information on her life extant, though some legends make her to be either the daughter, granddaughter or sister of a Mercian King. St. Edith reposed circa A.D. 925.
- ETERNUS, the ninth Bishop of Evreux. He reposed circa A.D. 660.
- EUTROPIUS, ZOSIMA AND BONOSA, martyrs in Porto near Rome under Aurelian circa A.D. 273.
- FELIX OF PAVIA, (Date Unknown), a martyr in Pavia.
- HARUCH, a bishop near Werden who reposed circa A.D. 830.
- SECUNDINUS, AGRIPPINUS, MAXIMUS, FORTUNATUS AND MARTIALIS, (Fourth Century ?), martyrs in Pannonia.
* - Prior to the Schism the Patriarchate of Rome was Orthodox and fully in communion with the Orthodox Church. As Saint John of Shanghai and San Francisco +1966 said "The West was Orthodox for a thousand years, and her venerable Liturgy is far older than any of her heresies."
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