26th May (13th May O.S.):
- AGNES OF POITIERS, After being chosen by St. Radegund (13th August) to be Abbess of Holy Cross at Poitiers, Agnes and St. Radegund travelled together to Arles where St. Caesarius (27th August) handed them the rule for their community. St. Agnes reposed in A.D. 588.
- ANNO (HANNO, ANNON), Bishop of his native city of Verona. While Bishop he translated the relics of SS. Firmus and Rusticus (9th August) from Africa to Verona. St. Anno reposed in A.D. 780.
- FORTIS GABRIELLI, a native of Gubbio in Umbria, who became a hermit in the mountains near Scheggia, he was later attached to the monastery of Fontavellana, reposing in A.D. 1040.
- MAEL (MAHEL), (Sixth Century), St. Mael was a native of Brittany and a disciple of St. Cadfan (1st November), with whom he travelled to Wales. He lived there as a hermit on the Isle of Bardsey. Nothing further is known about him.
- NATALIS, the Bishop of Milan from A.D. 740 until his repose in A.D. 751.
- ONESIMUS, the fifth Bishop of Soissons, he reposed circa A.D. 361.
- SERVATUS (SERVAIS), a Bishop of Tongres, who was the host of St. Athanasius when the latter was exiled to the West. St. Servatus reposed in A.D. 384.
- VALERIAN, the third Bishop of Auxerre, and a defender of Orthodoxy against Arianism. St. Valerian reposed circa A.D. 350.
* - 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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