18 November (5 November O.S.):
- AUGUSTINE AND PAULINUS, generally thought to have been monks sent by St. Benedict (11th July) to found the monastery of Terracina in present-day Italy in sixth century.
- BERTILLA, a nun at Jouarre near Meaux. She served as the first Abbess of Chelles from its re-founding until her repose circa 705. During her tenure the convent flourished.
- DOMINATOR, the fourteenth Bishop of Brescia in Lombardy, he reposed circa 495.
- DOMNINUS, fourth century, the first Bishop of Grenoble.
- FELIX AND EUSEBIUS, first century martyrs in Terracina, between Rome and Naples.
- FIBITIUS, abbot of a monastery in Trier, as well as the twenty-first bishop of that city. He reposed circa 500.
- HERMENEGILD, a monk at Salcedo in Galicia who reposed in 586.
- KANTEN (CANNEN), the eighth century founder of Lianganten in Powys in Wales.
- KEA (KAY, KENAN), the sixth century saint who gave his name to Landkey in Devon. He also spent some of his life in Brittany where he is venerated as St. Quay.
- LAETUS, he became a monk at the age of twelve, and is honoured near Orléans. He reposed in 533 and his relics enshrined in the village of St Lié.
- LINUS, (also 23rd September and on Eastern calendars 4th January), the first Pope of Rome from 67 until his repose in 79. He was disciple of the Apostle Paul, one of the Seventy, is mentioned in II Timothy 4:21, and is venerated as a martyr.
- MAGNUS, Archbishop of Milan in Italy from 520 until his repose in 525.
- SPINULUS (SPINULA, SPIN), a monk at Moyenmoutier with St Hidulf (11th July). He went on to found the monastery of Bégon-Celle (now Saint-Blasien), and reposed in either 707 or 720.
* - 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."