Today, Saturday, December 5, 2020, the Christian Church celebrates the Saint of Saint Sebas, followed by other names that you can consult right here.
Born in Mutalasca, next to Caesarea of Cappadocia, in 439. He entered the monastery of his native city as a young man, but soon left for Jerusalem, where he joined the monks of Pasarion for a short time, as he entered the Abbot Theoctisto monastery, near the Dead Sea. In 473 he began to lead a solitary life, settling in the Kidrón Valley, where little by little disciples who began to populate the caves began to join him, thus began what would become the Great Laura. He was appointed superior of all the hermits of Palestine.
The Catholic Church celebrates the name day of some of the canonized people every day of the year. Today Saturday, December 5, 2020 is Saint Sebas and 23 in Spain celebrate their saint. Although today it is known for the aforementioned day, people called Juan, Marutas, Melecio, Osmundo, Sigiramnio, Sola also celebrate their birthday.
The day of the celebration of the saints has its origin in our culture thanks to the catholic tradition that settled in Spain. But what does it really mean to celebrate the saint? Catholicism has taken each day of the year to remember (commemorate) to those illustrious Christians who, moreover, suffered the torture of those who repudiated the Catholic faith.
The names of which today Saturday, December 5, 2020 we commemorate their saint are obtained from Roman martyrology. This catalog gathers and updates new saints after their canonization. From time to time, the Vatican adds new names to the Roman martyrology and so the list is completed.
Below you will find a list of the saints the saints that correspond to today Saturday, December 5, 2020, according to our Hispanic tradition and the dates of celebration of Catholic holidays, all of them related to events in the life of Jesus and the history of the church.
Today’s Saints December 5
Although today’s commemoration is Saint SebasThe saints are much larger, so today their saint Juan, Marutas, Melecio, Osmundo, Sigiramnio, Sola also celebrate. This is because today December 5 is also the onomastics from:
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