Saints of the 20 of january
St. Fabian, Pope and martyr, who, being simple layman, was called to the pontificate by divine indication and, after giving example of faith and virtue, suffered martyrdom in the persecution under the Emperor Decio. [Saint Cipriano], to the praise of his bout, says he left the testimony of having governed the Church of irreproachable and illustrious way. His body was buried on this day in the cemetery of Callixtus, via Apia in Rome.
Soldier of the Roman Empire who was martyred in Rome by his preference for the militia of Christ than of the emperor. He was sentenced to be riddled with arrows, but he survived. Returning to bear witness to his faith, he was beaten to death.
- Saint Ascla of Antinoe
- Saint Eustoquia Calafato
- Saint Eutimio Abad
- Saint Henry bishop and martyr
- Saint Neófito of Nicea
- Saint Stephen Min Kuk-ka
- Saint Wulfstano of Worchester
- Blessed Benedict Ricasoli
- Blessed Cyprian Iwene Tansi
- Blessed Maria Cristina of the Immaculate Conception