(Saint) (January 31) (4th century) A Greek priest who, with his holy brother, the deacon Julian, sojourned for a time in the neighbourhood of Rome, and then authorised thereto by the Emperor Theodosius, busied himself in converting heathen temples into Christian churches, one of which was on an island in the Lago Maggiore. Saint Julius died at Novara in Piedmont, some time after A.D. 390.
- Monks of Ramsgate. “Julius of Novara”. , 1921. CatholicSaints.Info. 26 November 2013. Web. 24 July 2016. <>