Roman Martyrology-April 23rd-on this date in various years-
The birthday of St. George, whose illustrious martyrdom is honored by the Church of God among the triumphs of the other martyrs.
At Danzig in Prussia, the birthday of St. Adalbert, bishop of Prague, and martyr, who preached the Gospel to the Poles and the Hungarians.
At Valence in France, the holy martyrs Felix, a priest, Fortunatus and Achilleus, deacons, who were sent there to preach the word of God by blessed Irenaeus, bishop of Lyons. They converted the greater portion of that city to the faith of Christ. These martyrs were cast into prison by the commander Cornelius, were for a long time scourged, had their legs crushed, were bound to wheels in motion, and stifled with smoke while stretched on the rack, and finally died by the sword.
At Milan, St. Marolus, bishop and confessor.
At Toul in France, St. Gerard, bishop of that city.
And elsewhere in divers places, many other holy martyrs, confessors, and holy virgins.
R. Thanks be to God