Roman Martyrology-November 20th-on this date in various years-
St. Felix of Valois, priest and confessor, who founded the Order of the Most Holy Trinity for the Redemption of Captives, and who fell asleep in the Lord on the 4th of November.
In Persia, the martyrdom of St. Nersas, bishop, and his companions.
At Messina in Sicily, the holy martyrs Ampelus and Caius.
At Turin, the holy martyrs Octavius, Solutor, and Adventor, soldiers of the Theban Legion, who fought valiantly for the faith under Emperor Maximian and who were crowned with martyrdom.
At Caesarea in Palestine, in the time of Emperor Galerius Maximian, the holy martyr Agapius, who was condemned to be devoured by the beasts; but being unhurt by them, he was cast into the sea with stones tied to his feet.
At Silistria in Rumania, St. Dasius, bishop, who, for refusing to consent to the unholy rites of the Saturnalia, was put to death under the governor Bassus.
At Nicaea in Bithynia, the holy martyrs Eustace, Thespesius, and Anatolius, in the persecution of Maximinus.
At Heraclea in Thrace, the holy martyrs Bassus, Denis, Agapitus, and forty others.
In England, St. Edmund, king and martyr.
At Constantinople, St. Gregory of Decapolis, who suffered many things for the veneration of sacred images.
At Milan, St. Benignus, bishop, who, amid great troubles caused by the barbarians, governed the Church entrusted to him with greatest constancy and piety.
At Chalons in France, St. Sylvester, bishop, who went to God in the forty-second year of his priesthood, full of days and virtues.
At Verona, St. Simplicius, bishop and confessor.
At Hildesheim in Saxony, St. Bernard, bishop and confessor, who was numbered among the saints by Pope Celestine III.
And elsewhere in divers places, many other holy martyrs, confessors, and holy virgins.
R. Thanks be to God.