Ordinary Time: June 10th
Wednesday of the Tenth Week of Ordinary Time
Other Commemorations: St. Landericus (RM); Bl. Bogumilus (RM) ; Other Titles: St. Landry
St. Landericus was the Bishop of Paris from 650 to his death. He is best remembered as the founder of the first hospital in Paris.According to the 1962 Missal of St. John XXIII the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite, today is the feast of St. Margaret of Scotland. In the Ordinary Rite her feast is celebrated on November 16.
St. Landericus of Paris or St. Landry
St. Landericus was a sincere and dedicated servant of God who had great love for the poor and the lowly. He became bishop of Paris in 650 A.D., in the Frankish kingdom (formally Gaul) during the reign of Clovis II and served as bishop until 656 A.D. (some records show until his death in 661).
- Find out more about the Abbey of Saint-Denis.
- Do a virtual tour of Saint-Germain l'Auxerrois.
- There is a statue of St. Landry, behind the altar of the Church of St. Landry in Opelousas, Louisiana. He is depicted as a bishop, distributing food.
- See more about the Merovingians.
- You can view the original document of Privilege of Clovis III that was granted to the Abbey of Saint-Denis. It is housed in the Musee de L'Histoire de France, Paris, France.
Bl. Bogumilus of Gniezno
Bogumilus was born to the Polish nobility, and the twin brother of Boguphalus. He studied in Paris, France and was ordained a priest. He served at Holy Trinity parish in Dobrow, Poland, a church that he built himself. He had a great dedication to the Blessed Virgin Mary, and loved solitude.
- Find out more about the Camaldolese hermits, which were founded by St. Romuald, and are a division of the Benedictines. They are still in existence.
- His relics are in the Collegiate Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Uniejów, Poland.
Ember Friday after Pentecost
Station at the Twelve Holy Apostles (Santi Dodici Apostoli, also Santi Apostoli):
Today's station is at the minor basilica of the Twelve Apostles. We are resting upon the Blessed Apostles, the twelve pillars of the Church of God. May we never depart from them. The holy apostles with whom we celebrate this day are indeed our "teachers of justice." If we adhere to them, if we absorb their purity and charity, the dew of the Holy Ghost will descend upon us, as it did in the beginning.
Traditionally, this is the place where the Romans choose their candidates for priesthood (Rite of Election). It was erected by Julius I (337-352) over the barracks of ancient Rome's firemen and entrusted since 1463 to the Conventual Franciscans. Originally dedicated to the Apostles St. James and St. Philip, it was rededicated to all the Apostles in the 16th century.