Daily Martyrology for January 13

At Poitiers in 367, St. Hilary, the bishop of that city and doctor of the church. For his loyalty to the teaching of the Council of Nicaea, he spent three years in exile in Phrygia, during which he wrote an important treatise On the Trinity.

At Rheims, in 533, St. Remy, bishop, who baptized King Clovis and is honored as “the apostle of the Franks”.

Early in the seventh century, St. Kentigern, monk and first bishop of Glasgow.

In 1228, Blessed Jutta of Huy, who, widowed and the mother of three small children, worked in a leper colony for ten years. Afterwards she became an anchorite; her mystical experiences were recorded in a life written by Hugh of Floreffe.

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Our daily martyrology was written by Fr. Hugh Feiss, OSB. Copyright © 2008 by the Monastery of the Ascension, Jerome, ID 83338.