5th February, (23rd January O.S.):
- AMASIUS, a Greek who, having been driven from the East by the Arians, became second Bishop of Teano in 346, he reposed in 356.
- COLMAN OF LISMORE, an abbot of Lismore in Ireland, as well as a bishop who reposed circa 702.
- EMERENTIANA, while still only a catechumen, this foster-sister of St. Agnes (21st January) was found by pagans praying at the tomb of the recently martyred Agnes and was stoned to death circa 305.
- ILDEPHONSUS, a nephew of St. Eugene of Toledo (13th November). He knew St. Isidore of Seville (4th April) and became a monk and then Abbot of Agli on the Tagus near Toledo. He was consecrated Archbishop of Toledo in 657. He excelled as a writer, especially on the Mother of God, and reposed in 667.
- LUFTHILD, a saint honoured near Cologne, where she lived as an anchoress, reposing circa 850.
- MAIMBOD, an Irishman who was martyred by pagans while preaching to peasants near Kaltenbrunn in Alsace circa 880.
- MARTYRIUS (MARTORY), a sixth century hermit in the Abruzzi.
- ORMOND (ARMAND), a sixth century monk of the monastery of Saint Mairé in present-day France. He later served as its abbot.
- SEVERIAN AND AQUILA, a husband and wife who were martyred in Julia Caesarea in Mauritania 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."