1st September (19th August O.S.):
- BADULF (BADOUR, BADOLF), a monk and then Abbot of Ainay near Lyons, who reposed circa A.D. 850.
- BERTULF, he received monastic tonsure at Luxeuil, and later went to Bobbio in the Emilia-Romagna, where he became abbot on the repose of St. Attalas (10th March). St. Bertulf reposed A.D. 640.
- CALMINIUS (CALMILIUS), a hermit and founder of the monasteries of Villars and Mauzac near Riom in Auvergne. St. Calminius reposed circa A.D. 690.
- CREDAN, (Eighth Century), St. Credan served as Abbot of Evesham in Worcestershire, England during the reign of King Offa of Mercia. Though the details of his life are lost to the passage of time, he is remembered in various calendars and menologies.
- DONATUS, originally from Orléans, he lived as a hermit on Mt. Jura near Sisteron in Provence, reposing circa A.D. 535.
- ELAPHIUS, the 17th Bishop of Châlons-sur-Marne in Gaul. He was sent as an envoy to Spain, and wished to venerate the relics of St. Eulalia (10th December) at Merida, but reposed (A.D. 580) before he reached his destination.
- GUENNINUS, a seventh century Bishop of Vannes in Brittany whose relics are enshrined in the Cathedral there.
- JULIUS, a late-second century (circa A.D. 190) martyr in Rome.
- LEOVIGILD AND CHRISTOPHER, Leovigild was a monk and pastor in Cordoba, and Christopher a monk at the monastery of St. Martin de La Rojana near Cordoba. They were martyred in Cordoba under Abderrahman II, A.D. 852.
- MAGNUS, a governor of Avignon, and father of St. Agricola (2nd September). Following his wife's death he entered the monastery of Lérins, later becoming the 34th Bishop of Avignon. St. Magnus reposed A.D. 660
- MARIANUS, a hermit in the forest of Entraigues in Berry in Gaul. St. Marianus reposed circa A.D. 515, and his Life was written by St. Gregory of Tours (17th November).
- MARINUS, a bishop at the monastery of St. Peter in Besalu in Catalonia, who reposed circa A.D. 800.
- MOCHTA (MOCHTEUS), St. Mochta, originally from either Scotland or England, went to Ireland where he became the founding Abbot-Bishop of Louth, Co. Louth. Many sources state St. Mochta flourished during the sixth century, though most assert he was consecrated Bishop by St. Patrick (13th March17th March), which would place him in the fifth century.
- NAMADIA, the wife of St. Calminius (vide supra) who entered the monastery at Marsat in France upon her husband's death. St. Namadia reposed circa A.D. 700.
- RUFINUS , (Date Unknown), a saint venerated in Mantua in Lombardy from time immemorial.
- SEBALDUS OF NUREMBERG (SINIBALD, SEBALD), There are no certain details of this saint’s life known to us. It is likely he was a Frank, who after a pilgrimage to Rome, joined St. Willibald (7th July) in his evangelisation of the Germans. His work seemed to have centred around the area of Nuremberg, of which city he is the patron saint. St. Sebaldus most probably reposed circa A.D. 770.
* - 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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