Saturday, March 21, 2020 the Santo de San Nicolás de Flüe takes place among other names that are celebrated today according to the Christian Santoral.
Swiss pattern. He was born in 1417. During his youth he married Dorotea Wyss, with whom he has ten children. For a few years he was a county councilor in Obwalden County and deputy of the Federal Diet. He fulfilled his military duties, but a few years later he decided to dedicate his life to God. For this reason, from 1467 until his death in 1487, he lived in a humble cell attached to a chapel.
Today, Saint Nicholas of Flüe, the Catholic Church celebrates the saint of Augustine Zhao Rong, Donino of Rome, Endeo, Philemon of Rome, Jacobo the Confessor, Juan de Valence, María Francisca de las Llagas, Serapión the Scholastic, Benita Cambiagio Frassinello. On this Saturday, March 21, 2020, he is known by San Nicolás de Flüe and there are 0 people who can celebrate this day.
The Roman Martyrology lists the names of the saints as we know it. This name alludes to a kind of catalog that the Vatican is updating by replacing new saints after the canonization.
Why do we celebrate each person’s Saint’s day? This tradition comes from the Catholic religion and commemorates the life of a relevant person within the Christian faith who dedicated / gave his life to bring the Christian faith to the people who needed it.
Today, Saturday, March 21, 2020, there are many saints who are celebrated on the occasion of this Catholic tradition that is so intrinsic in our daily culture. Discover on ABC all the names of the saints that are celebrated just today.
Today’s name March 21
In addition to the celebration of Saint Nicholas of Flüe, which we celebrate today, in the Catholic Church other names are commemorated. This is due to the large number of saints who, throughout the centuries of history, have earned this distinction. For this reason today, March 21, we also celebrate:
Augustine Zhao Rong
Donino from Rome
Philemon of Rome
James the Confessor
Juan de Valence
Maria Francisca de las Llagas
Serapion the Scholastic
Benita Cambiagio Frassinello.
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