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What saint is celebrated today, Friday, January 21? Everything you need to know about today’s saints



Friday, January 21, 2022, the Saint of Saint Agnes of Rome among other names that are celebrated today according to the Christian Saints.

Anastasia has gone down in history as one of the most famous martyrs. At just 12 years old, she was sacrificed for her Christian faith. His burial was in the Via Nomentana. In the fourth century a basilica was built in his honor. Some holy fathers sang their glories for his life.

Today, Saint Agnes of Rome, the Catholic Church celebrates the name days of Augurio de Tarragona, Epifanio, Eulogio de Tarragona, Fructuoso de Tarragona, Inés, Juan Yi Yun-il, Meinrado, Patroclus, Publius, Zacharias, the Angelic. On this Friday, January 21, 2022, it is known as Saint Agnes of Rome and there are 63,026 people who will be able to celebrate this day.

The saints celebrated today are collected in the Roman martyrology and that is where they are officially extracted from. It is a book that the Vatican is updating to include the canonizations that take place every year.

Right here you can consult the complete list of saintly that we can celebrate today Friday, January 21, 2022 in reference to the Catholic tradition that has to do with Spain. Discover who are the saints or saints that you can congratulate today, in

The day of the feast of the saints has its origin in our culture thanks to the catholic tradition who settled in Spain. But what does it really mean to celebrate the saint? Catholicism has taken each of the days of the year to remember (commemorate) to those important Christians who, moreover, suffered the persecution of those who repudiated the Catholic faith.

Today’s name day January 21

The saints are much broader for each day. Today it is not only Saint Agnes of Rome but we also celebrate the onomastics from:

  • Omen of Tarragona
  • Epifanio
  • Eulogy of Tarragona
  • Fruitful from Tarragona
  • Agnes
  • Juan Yi Yun-il
  • Meinrado
  • Patroclus
  • Publius
  • Zacharias
  • the angelic

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