Today is a Feria with no Commemoration. The Roman Martyrology follows:
At Avila in Spain, under the governor Dacian, the Saints Vincent, Sabina, and Christeta. They were first stretched on the rack in such a manner that all their limbs were dislocated; then stones being laid on their heads, and their brains beaten out with heavy bars, their martyrdom was fulfilled.
At Tilchatel in France, St. Florentius, martyr.
In Cappadocia, the holy martyrs Capitolina, and Erotheides, her handmaid, who suffered under Diocletian.
In India, St. Fruméntius, bishop. While he was a captive there he was consecrated bishop by St. Athanasius, and propagated the Gospel in that country.
At Naples, St. Gáudiósus, an African bishop who came to Campánia because of the Vandal persecution, and died a holy death in a monastery in that city.
In Ethiopia, in the time of Emperor Justin, St. Elesbaan, king. After having defeated the enemies of Christ and sent his royal diadem to Jerusalem, he led a monastic life, as he had vowed, and went to his reward.
R. Deo grátias.
And elsewhere in divers places, many other holy martyrs, confessors, and holy virgins.
R. Thanks be to God.