This Day, the Fourth Day of January
In Crete, the birthday of Saint Titus, who was consecrated bishop of that island by the Apostle Saint Paul. After having faithfully performed the duty of preaching the Gospel, he reached the end of his blessed life, and was buried in the Church of which he had been made a worthy minister by the holy Apostle.
At Bologna, the Saints Hermes, Aggoeus, and Caius, martyrs, who suffered under the emperor Maximian.
At Adrumetum, in Africa, in the persecution of Severus, the commemoration of Saint Mavilus, martyr, who, being condemned by the most cruel president Scapula to be devoured by wild beasts, received the crown of martyrdom.
Also, in Africa, the most renowned martyrs Aquilinus, Geminus, Eugenius, Marcian, Quinctus, Theodotus, and Tryphon.
At Langres, Saint Gregory, a bishop renowned for miracles.
At Rheims, in France, Saint Rigobertus, bishop and confessor.