Saints of the 2 of september


  • Saint Basil the Great Saint Basil the Great

    Memory of Saints Basil the Great and Gregory of Nazianzus, bishops and doctors of the Church. Basil, Bishop of Cesarea de Capadocia (today in Turkey), surnamed "the Great" due to his doctrine and wisdom, taught the monks Scripture meditation, work on obedience and fraternal charity, ordering their lives according to the rules which he himself wrote. With his distinguished writings he educated the faithful and shone for his pastoral work in favor of the poor and the sick. He died the day 1 of January of 379. His friend Gregory, was Bishop of Saintcina, in Constantinople and, finally, of Nazianzus. He defended the divinity of the word vehemently, deserving therefore to be called 'Theologist'. The Church is proud to celebrate the memory of these two great Doctors together.

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  • Saint Gregory of Nizianzus

    Memory of Saints Basil the Great and Gregory of Nizianzus, bishops and doctors of the Church. Basil, Bishop of Cesarea of Capadocia (today in Turkey), surnamed "the Great" by his doctrine and wisdom, taught the monks Scripture meditation, work on obedience and fraternal charity, ordering their lives according to the rules which he himself wrote. With his distinguished writings he educated the faithful and shone for his pastoral work in favor of the poor and the sick. He died the day one of January of 379. His friend Gregory, was Bishop of Saintcina, in Constantinople and, finally, of Nazianzus. He defended the divinity of the word vehemently, deserving therefore be called 'theologist.' The Church is proud to celebrate the memory of such two great doctors together.

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  • Saint Adalard
  • Saint Airaldus
  • Saint Argeus martyr
  • Saint Bladulf
  • Saint Juan Bueno
  • Saint Mainquino
  • Saint Marcelino mártir
  • Saint Narciso mártir
  • Saint Silvestre
  • Saint Telesforo papa
  • Saint Teodoro obispo of Marsella
  • Saint Vincenciano
  • Blessed William Repin
  • Blessed Laurent Batard
  • Blessed Marcolino Amanni
  • Blessed Anne Marie Sureau-Blondin