Roman Martyrology-November 10th-on this date in various years-
At Naples in Campania, the birthday of St. Andrew Avellini, Cleric Regular and confessor, celebrated for his sanctity, his zeal in procuring the salvation of souls, and renowned for his miracles. He was inscribed on the catalogue of the Saints by Pope Clement XI.
On the same day, the birthday of the holy martyrs Trypho and Respicius, and the virgin Nympha.
At Rome, Pope St. Leo I, confessor and doctor of the Church, surnamed the Great because of his extraordinary merits. During his pontificate the holy Council of Chalcedon was held which condemned Eutyches thruogh his legates, and whose decrees were afterwards given the seal of his authority. After meriting the gratitude of the Church of God and the whole flock of Christ by the many decrees which he issued, and by the many excellent works which he wrote, this good and zealous shepherd rested in peace. His feast is celebrated on the 11th of April.
At Iconium in Lycaonia, the holy women Tryphenna and Tryphosa, who profited by the preaching of blessed Paul and the example of Thecla to make great progress in Christian perfection.
At Antioch, Saints Demetrius, bishop, Anian, deacon, Eustosius, and twenty other martyrs.
In the diocese of Agde in France, the holy martyrs Tiberius, Modestus, and Florence, who were subjected to diverse torments and fulfilled their martyrdom in the time of Diocletian.
At Ravenna, St. Probus, a bishop renowned for miracles.
At Orleans in France, St. Monitor, bishop and confessor.
In England, St. Justus, bishop, who was sent by Pope Gregory with Augustine, Mellitus, and others to preach the Gospel in that country. There he went to repose in the Lord, celebrated for his sanctity.
In the town of Melun in France, St. Leo, confessor.
In the island of Paros, St. Theoctistis, virgin.
And elsewhere in divers places, many other holy martyrs, confessors, and holy virgins.
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