Roman Martyrology-May 5th- on this date in various years-
Pope St. Pius V, confessor of the Order of Preachers, who went to sleep in the Lord on the 1st of May.
At Rome, the martyr St. Silvanus.
Also at Rome, St. Crescentia, martyr.
At Leocata in Sicily, St. Angelus, priest of the Order of Carmelites, who was murdered by the heretics because of his defence of the Catholic faith.
At Alexandria, St. Euthymius, deacon, who died in prison for the sake of Christ.
At Auxerre, the martyrdom of St. Jovinian, lector.
At Thessalonica, the birthday of the holy martyrs Irenæus, Peregrinus, and Irene, who were burned alive.
At Jerusalem, St. Maximus, bishop, whom Maximian Galerius Caesar condemned to the mines, after having plucked out one of his eyes and branded him on the foot with a hot iron. He was afterwards freed, and allowed to rule the church at Jerusalem, where he died in peace, renowned for the glory of his confession.
At Edessa in Syria, St. Eulogius, bishop and confessor.
At Arles in France, the bishop St. Hilary, noted for his learning and sanctity.
At Vienne in France, the bishop St. Nicetus, a man venerable for his piety.
At Bologna, St. Theodore, a bishop who was eminent for merits.
At Milan, the bishop St. Geruntius.
On the same day, St. Sacerdos, bishop of Saguntum.
And elsewhere in divers places, many other holy martyrs, confessors, and holy virgins.
R. Thanks be to God.