24th January, (11th January O.S.):
- ALEXANDER, a native of Fermo near Ancona who became bishop of his native city and was martyred under Decius. His relics are enshrined in the Cathedral of Fermo.
- ANASTASIUS, a notary of the Roman church who became a monk at, and then Abbot of, Castel Sant' Elia. St. Gregory the Great (3rd September) wrote that St. Anastasius and his monks reposed, at the call of an angel, in quick succession circa 570.
- BOADIN, and Irishman who lived as a monk in France.
- BRANDAN, a fifth century Irishman who took refuge from Pelagianism in Britain and then in Gaul, at a monastery where he became abbot.
- ETHENIA AND FIDELMIA, daughters of King Laoghaire in Ireland and among the first converts of St. Patrick (17th March), they became nuns and reposed in holiness in 433.
- HONORATA, the sister of St. Epiphanius (21st January), Bishop of Pavia. She was a nun at Pavia when Odoacer, King of the Heruli, captured her. She was ransomed by her brother and returned to Pavia, reposing circa 500.
- HYGINUS, Pope of Rome from circa 138 until his repose circa 140. He may also have been a martyr.
- LEUCIUS OF BRINDISI, venerated as the first Bishop of Brindisi where he had come as a missionary from Alexandria. He reposed circa 180.
- PALDO, TASO AND TATO, three brothers who were born in the eighth century in Benevento. They became monks at Farfa and went on to found the monastery of San Vincenzo at the headwaters of the Volturno, serving as successive abbots, Paldo reposing circa 720, Taso circa 729, and Tato circa 739.
- SALVIUS, a martyr in North Africa.
* - 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."