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The Christian Saints celebrate today, Wednesday, January 19, 2022 the Saint of Saint Arsenius of Corfu, among others.
Dedicated to the contemplative life, which he did not abandon until the day of his death, he was ordained a priest in Constantinople in the 9th century. In the year 993, Theophylact, his successor, appointed him Archbishop of Corfu. He died in Corinth after a trip to Constantinople in the year 950.
The Catholic Church celebrates the name days of some of the canonized people every day of the year. Today, Wednesday, January 19, 2022 is Saint Arsenius of Corfu and 3296 in Spain celebrate their saint. Although today it is known for the aforementioned day, people named Ábaco, Basiano, Canuto, Germánico, Launomaro, Mario and Marta and their children (Audifax and Abaco), Pía, Ponciano, Remigio de Ruan, also celebrate their name day.
Right here you can consult the complete list of saintly that we can celebrate today Wednesday, January 19, 2022 in reference to the Christian tradition that has to do with Spain. Discover who are the saints or saints that you can congratulate today, in ABC.es.
This festivity has ensured that, at least once a year, Christians can celebrate the day on which the saint who bears his name was canonized. But what does this mean? celebrate the saint it is to celebrate 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 celebrate this day.
The Roman martyrology collects the names of the saints as we know it. This name alludes to a kind of encyclopedia that the Vatican updates by admitting new saints after canonization.
What saints are celebrated today, January 19?
Although today’s celebration is Saint Arsenius of Corfu, the saints are much larger, so today Basiano, Canuto, Germánico, Launomaro, Mario and Marta and their children (Audifax and Abaco), Pía, Ponciano, Remigio de Ruan, also celebrate their holy days. This is because today, January 19, is also the onomastics from:
- Mario and Marta and their children (Audifax and Abaco)
- Remigius of Ruan
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