Roman Martyrology-November 14th-on this date in various years-
St. Josaphat, of the Order of St. Basil, archbishop and martyr of Poland, whose birthday was observed on the 12th of November.
At Gangra in Paphlagonia, St. Hypatius, bishop, who on his way home from the great Council of Nicaea, was attacked with stones by the Novatian heretics, and died a martyr.
At Heraclea in Thrace, the birthday of the holy martyrs Clementinus, Theodotus and Philomenus.
At Alexandria, St. Serapion, martyr, whom the persecutors under Emperor Decius subjected to torments so cruel that all his limbs were disjointed. He became a martyr of Christ by being hurled from the upper part of the house.
At Troyes in France, under Emperor Aurelian, St. Venerandus, martyr.
Also in France, the holy virgin Veneranda, who received the crown of martyrdom under Emperor Antoninus and the governor Asclepiades.
At Emesa in Phoenicia, the martyrdom of many holy women, who were barbarously tortured and massacred for the faith of Christ under Mady, a savage Arabian chief.
At Bologna, St. Jucundus, bishop and confessor.
At Eu in France, St. Laurence, bishop of Dublin.
At Algiers in Africa, blessed Serapion, of the Order of Our Blessed Lady of Ransom. For the redemption of the faithful in captivity and the preaching of the Christian faith, he was the first of his Order to merit the palm of martyrdom, being crucified and torn limb from limb.
And elsewhere in divers places, many other holy martyrs, confessors, and holy virgins.
R. Thanks be to God.