November Holy Days and Festivals
- All Saint's Day
- St Victorinus (d. ca. 303)
- All Soul's Day: Prayers were offered for the dead. Children went 'a-souling' – door to door singing and asking for soul cakes.
- St Malachy (d. 1148)
- St Winefride (seventh century)
- St Vitalis (third century)
- St Bertrille (d. 692)
- St Leonard (sixth century)
- St Willibrord (ca. 658-739)
- St Theodore the Recruit (d. 306)
- St Leo the Great (d. 461)
- St Martin of Tours (ca. 316-397)
- St Abbos of Fleury (d. 1004)
- St Brice (d. 444)
- St Homobonus (d. 1197)
- St Lawrence (1128-1180)
- St Albert the Great (1206-1280)
- St Gertrude (d. 1302)
- St Margaret of Scotland (d. 1093)
- St Gregory of Tours (539-594)
- St Hilda (614-680)
- St Hugh (1140-1200)
- St Odo of Cluny (879-942)
- St Elizabeth of Hungary (1207-1231)
- St Edmund (d. 870)
- St Columbanus (ca. 543-615)
- St Cecily (d. ca. 230)
- St Clement (d. 100)
- St Catherine (Fourth century): On St. Catherine's Day wheel brooches were worn as reminders of the saint's death. Important foods for the feast included Cathern Cakes. After the feast, circle dances were performed.
- St James Intercisus (d. 421)
- St Virgil (d. 784)
- St Saturninus (d. ca. 257)
- St Andrew (First century)
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