25th February, (12th February O.S.):
- BENEDICT REVELLI, a monk at Santa Maria dei Fonti who became a hermit on the island of Gallinaria in the Gulf of Genoa. In 870 he was consecrated Bishop of Albengac, and reposed in 900.
- DAMIAN, a martyr in Rome, whose relics were found in the catacombs of St. Callistus (15th October) and sent to Salamanca.
- ETHILWOLD, a disciple of St. Cuthbert (20th March), he served as abbot of Melrose in Scotland before becoming Bishop of Lindisfarne. He reposed circa 740.
- EULALIA (AULAIRE, AULAZIE, OLALLA) OF BARCELONA, a native of Barcelona, who was a virgin-martyr under Diocletian circa 304.
- GAUDENTIUS OF VERONA, a bishop of Verona, who reposed circa 465. His relics are enshrined in the ancient basilica of St. Stephen in Verona.
- JULIAN THE HOSPITALLER, also called 'the Poor'. According to tradition, Julian killed his own parents in error. In repentance he and his wife went to Rome on pilgrimage and built a hospice by the side of a river. There they tended to the poor and the sick, and rowed travellers across the river. St. Julian is venerated as the patron saint of boatmen, innkeepers and travellers.
- MODESTUS, a Sardinian deacon martyred under Diocletian circa 304. His relics were translated to Benevento circa 785.
- MODESTUS, a second century martyr in Carthage in North Africa, who is venerated as the patron-saint of Cartagena in Spain.
* - 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."