11th May, (28th April O.S.):
- ADALBERO, an uncle of St. Ulric (4th July), who became a monk in 850, and then Abbot of Ellwangen. He restored the monastery of Lorsch and later served as Bishop of Augsburg from 887 until his repose in 909.
- APHRODISIUS, CARALIPPUS, AGAPIUS AND EUSEBIUS, (Date uncertain.) early martyrs in Languedoc, whose lives were recorded by St. Gregory of Tours (17th November).
- ARTEMIUS, a native of Sens who became bishop there. He was the spiritual father of St. Bond (29th October). St. Artemius reposed in 609.
- CRONAN OF ROSCREA, the founder of several monasteries in various parts of Ireland, especially Roscrea. He reposed circa 626.
- GERARD, traditionally believed to have been one of four pilgrims from England — the other three were Ardwine, Bernard and Hugh — who all reposed in Galinaro in the south of present-day Italy circa 639.
- MARK OF GALILEE, according to tradition he was a Galilean and the first bishop, and also martyr, of the Abruzzi. The date of his martyrdom is given as 92.
- PAMPHILUS, a bishop of Sulmona and Corfinium in the Abruzzi who reposed circa 700.
- POLLIO, a reader of the church of Cybalae in Pannonia who was burnt alive under Diocletian circa 304.
- PRUDENTIUS, a hermit who was ordained priest and later served as Bishop of Tarazona in Aragon, reposing circa 700.
- VALERIA, (First century ?) an early martyr in Milan.
* - 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."