Roman Martyrology-April 19th-on this date in various years-
At Corinth, the birthday of St. Timon, one of the first seven deacons, who was first a teacher at Berea. Afterwards, while preaching the word of the Lord at Corinth, he was delivered to the flames by the Jews and the Greeks, but remaining uninjured, he ended his martyrdom by crucifixion.
At Canterbury in England, St. Elphege, bishop and martyr.
At Melitine in Armenia, the holy martyrs Hermogenes, Caius, Expeditus, Aristonicus, Rufus, and Galatas, all crowned on the same day.
At Collioure in Spain, the martyr St. Vincent.
On the same day, the holy martyrs Socrates and Denis, who were killed with spears.
At Jerusalem, the martyr St. Paphnutius.
At Rome, Pope St. Leo IX, illustrious for his virtues and his miracles.
At Antioch in Pisidia, St. George, a bishop, who died in exile for the veneration of sacred images.
In the monastery of Lobbes in Belgium, the bishop St. Ursmar.
At Florence, St. Crescent, confessor, a disciple of the blessed Bishop Zenobius.
And elsewhere in divers places, many other holy martyrs, confessors, and holy virgins.
R. Thanks be to God.