(Saint) Bishop (December 3) (4th century) The successor of Saint Maternus in the See of Milan, which in his time became an Archbishopric. He is said to have been the originator of the Ambrosian Liturgy and Chant, afterwards improved and defined by the holy Doctor whose name it bears. Saint Mirocles died A.D. 318. Both Saint Ambrose and Saint Ennodius of Pavia speak in terms of admiration of his life and works.
- Monks of Ramsgate. “Mirocles”. , 1921. CatholicSaints.Info. 7 January 2016. Web. 27 October 2016. <>