10th March (25th February O.S.):
- ALDETRUDIS (ADELTRUDIS), the daughter of SS. Vincent Madelgarus (20th September) and Waldetrudis (9th April), and a niece of St. Aldegund of Maubeuge (30th January) in the County of Hainaut (present-day northern France, near the border with Belgium). She was entrusted to her aunt's care at this convent, eventually becoming the second Abbess, and reposing circa A.D. 696.
- DONATUS, JUSTUS, HERENA AND COMPANIONS, (third century), a group of fifty martyrs under Decius in North Africa.
- ETHELBERT (ALBERT) OF KENT, the first English Christian king, St. Ethelbert was married to Bertha of France . He welcomed the mission led by St. Augustine (27th May) in A.D. 597, and is believed to have been baptised by him that same year. He founded Canterbury and Rochester Cathedrals, as well as St. Paul’s, London. He reposed A.D. 616, and was buried in the abbey, which he had also built at Canterbury.
- VICTOR, a monk at St. Gall, who became a hermit in the Vosges Mountains in Lorraine where he reposed in A.D. 995.
- WALBURGH (WALBURGA), the sister of SS. Willibald (7th July) and Winebald (18th December). She became a nun at Wimborne in Dorset in England with St. Tetta (28th September) and later followed St. Lioba (28th September) to Germany. She reposed as Abbess of Heidenheim in A.D. 779. Her relics were translated to Eichstätt, and miraculous healings come from the oil which still flows from the rock on which her shrine is placed.
* - 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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