San José Moscati It is celebrated today, Monday, April 12, 2021 according to the calendar of Christian saints, among other names.
He is famous for heroically assisting the sick during the cholera epidemic in 1911, not in vain was he a Doctor of Medicine and had practiced in Naples with great dedication. During his activity he displayed his faith and his religious sentiment. He is one of the most recent and most popular saints, he was canonized by Saint John Paul II, and he stood out in life for his work in the field of physiological biochemistry. He is known for helping so many people regardless of their economic condition, helping all those who need it for free and selflessly.
The Catholic Church celebrates the name day of some of the canonized people every day of the year. Today Monday April 12, 2021 is San José Moscati and 578937 in Spain celebrate their saint. Although today it is known for the aforementioned day, the people called Alferio, Basilio de Pario, Constantino de Gap, Damián de Pavía, David Uribe, Erkembodone, Julio I, Sofía de Fermo, Visia, Zenón de Verona also celebrate their onomastics.
The names of whom today Monday, April 12, 2021 we commemorate their saint are obtained from Roman martyrology. This catalog gathers and complements new saints after their canonization. From time to time, the Vatican adds new names to the Roman martyrology and so the list is completed.
Today, Monday, April 12, 2021 there are many santos and saints that are commemorated on the occasion of this Christian tradition that is so intrinsic in our daily culture. Discover in ABC all the names of the saints that are celebrated today.
Why do we celebrate the saint’s day from each person? This tradition comes from the Catholic Church and celebrates the life of a relevant person within the Catholic religion who dedicated / gave his life to bring the Christian faith to people in need.
What saints are celebrated today April 12?
The saints are much broader for each day. Today it is not only San José Moscati but we also commemorate the onomastics from:
- Basil of Parius
- Constantine de Gap
- Damien of Pavia
- David uribe
- Julio I
- Sofia of Fermo
- Zeno of Verona
© Library of Christian Authors (JL Repetto, Todos los santos. 2007)