What saint is celebrated today, Sunday, January 9? Everything you have to know about today’s saints
Today, Sunday, January 9, 2022, the Christian Church celebrates the Saint of St. Adrian of Canterbury, followed by other names that you can consult right here.
On this Sunday, January 9, 2022, the Catholic Church celebrates the saint of Águeda Yi Sosa, Eustracio thaumaturgo, Felano, Honorato de Buzançais, Julián de Antínoe, Basilisa, Marcelino bishop, Marciana virgin and martyr, Teresa Kim. Although today is known for St. Adrian of Canterbury and with which the Christian religion pays tribute to 157,124 people in Spain.
The saints that are celebrated today are collected in the Roman martyrology And that’s where they are officially extracted from. It is a catalog that the Vatican is updating to include the canonizations that take place each year.
This holiday has ensured that, at least once a year, Christians can commemorate the day on which the saint who bears his name was canonized. But what does this mean? Celebrate the saint It is to commemorate the exemplary life of those Christians who preceded us and who bear our name. And, although it has less and less importance in society compared to previous times, there are many who still actively enjoy this day.
Right here you can consult the complete list of the saints that we can celebrate today Sunday, January 9, 2022 in reference to the Christian tradition that has to do with Spain. Find out who are the saints you can congratulate today at ABC.es.
What saints are celebrated today, January 9?
In the Catholic Church the number of santosDue to its great history, it is very high, which is why several onomastics are celebrated on the same day. Today, January 9, the people called Águeda Yi Sosa, Eustracio thaumaturgo, Felano, Honorato de Buzançais, Julián de Antínoe, Basilisa, Marcelino bishop, Marciana virgin and martyr, Teresa Kim celebrate their saint thanks to:
- Águeda Yi Sosa
- Eustracio taumaturgo
- Honorato de Buzançais
- Julian of Antinous
- Marcelino bishop
- Martian virgin and martyr
- Teresa Kim
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