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June 8th, Our Lady of Alexandria, Egypt ( 4th Century)


June 1 - St. Justin, June 2 - SS. Marcellinus and Peter

June 3 - St. Charles Lwanga and companions

June 5 - St. Boniface, June 6 - St. Norbert

June 9 - St. Ephrem, June 13 - St. Anthony of Padua

June 19 Romuald, June 21 - St. Aloysius Gonzaga

June 22 - St. Paulinus of Nola and SS. John fisher and Thomas More, June 24 - the Nativity of St. John the Baptist

June 27 - St. Cyril of Alexandria, June 28 - St. Irenaeus

June 29 - SS. Peter and Paul, June 30 - The First Martyrs of the Holy Roman Church




This feast day celebrates Our Lady of Alexandria, commemorating a church built in Alexandria, Egypt, to honor the Blessed Mother, by Saint Peter, who was patriarch of the city in the year 310. Saint Peter of Alexandria was the sixteenth Archbishop of Alexandria in a line beginning with Saint Mark the Evangelist in the year 300, and governed for twelve years until his martyrdom. He is remembered as a man of extraordinary virtue and a profound knowledge of the Holy Scriptures who led the Church during the Diocletian persecutions. As if that were not trial enough, he fought against heretical bishops such as Meletius and Arius, whom he excommunicated. Saint Peter was a stalwart bishop, and there is no doubt as to who was his heavenly advocate - Our Lady of Alexandria.