26th January, (13th January O.S.):
- AGRECIUS (AGRITIUS), predecessor of St. Maximinus (29th May) as bishop of Trier. He took part in the Council of Arles in 314, and reposed circa 333. According to a Life composed in the eleventh century, he was aided by St Helen, who procured for him the garment of our Lord, known as the Holy Coat of Trier.
- ANDREW, the twelfth Bishop of Trier, who reposed circa 235, and whom some chroniclers also call a martyr.
- BERNO, a monk at St. Martin in Autun. He went on to restore Baume-les-Messieurs and found monasteries at Gigny, Bourg-Dieu, Massay and Cluny, where he served as abbot until 926, reposing in 927
- ELIAN (EILAN, ALLAN), as far as is known he was born in Cornwall in the sixth century and belonged to the family of St. Ismael (16th June). Llanelian in Anglesey and Llanelian in Clwyd are named after him, and St. Allen's church in Cornwall is dedicated to him.
- ELIAN AP ERBIN, a fifth century saint in Wales.
- ENOGATUS, the fifth successor of St. Malo (15th November) as bishop of Aleth in Brittany. He reposed in 631.
- ERBIN (ERVAN, ERBYN, ERME OR HERMES), most likely a fifth century saint, there is no other information extant, though there were churches dedicated to him in Cornwall.
- GUSEMINDUS AND SERVUSDEI, two martyrs, one a parish-priest, the other a monk, who suffered in Cordoba under Abderrahman II in 852.
- HILARY, born in Poitiers to pagan patrician parents. He married early in life and became Orthodox shortly afterwards. In 353 he was cnsecrated Bishop of Poitiers, and immediately commenced a campaign against Arianism, resulting in his exile to Phrygia by the Arian Emperor Constantius. However, the Arians in Phrygia found him to be even more objectionable, who demanded his recall. He returned to Poiters in 360 and reposed in 368.
- KENTIGERN MUNGO, he began his preaching in Cathures on the Clyde, the site of the city of Glasgow, and was consecrated first Bishop of the Strathclyde Britons. Driven into exile, he preached around Carlisle and then went to Wales, staying with St. David (1st March) at Menevia. He then returned to Scotland, continuing his labours, making Glasgow his centre. He reposed in 603 and is venerated as the Apostle of north-west England and south-west Scotland. The name Mungo means 'darling'.
- MARTYRS OF ROME, forty soldiers who were martyred on the Via Lavicana in Rome under Gallienus in 262.
- POTITUS, a youth who is venerated as a martyr near Naples.
- VIVENTIUS, an eastern priest who travelled to the West and attached himself to St. Hilary of Poitiers. He ended his life as a hermit circa 400.
* - 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."