Bishop of Milan, sometimes listed as Maternian. He was consecrated in 423 and served until his death. Martinian attended the Council of Ephesus and was an ardent foe of Nestorianism, a heresy of the time that, in part, denied that Mary was the Mother of God.
When she was 56, Angela Merici said "No" to the Pope. She was aware that Clement VII was offering her a great honor and a great opportunity to serve when he asked her to take charge of a religious order of nursing sisters. But Angela knew that nursing was not what God ... continue readingMore Female Saints
Benedictine abbot in Lerins, in France. He is reported as a co-worker of St. Amandus of Lerins. continue reading
By Deacon Keith Fournier