September - Popular Feast Days



Our Lady of Sorrows | Rosary MartSeptember, the month of Our Lady of Sorrows, remembers the suffering of Mary, Jesus' Mother. There are seven sorrows, seven afflictions that pierced her heart. Catholics commonly reflect upon each and they say daily one Our Father and seven Hail Mary's for each.

  • The Prophecy of Simeon. (Luke 2:34–35)
  • The Flight into Egypt. (Matthew 2:13)
  • The loss of the child Jesus in the Temple. (Luke 2:43–45)
  • Mary meets Jesus on the way to Calvary.
  • Jesus dies on the cross. (John 19:25)
  • The piercing of the side of Jesus, and Mary's receiving the body of Jesus in her arms. (Matthew 27:57–59)
  • The body of Jesus is placed in the tomb. (John 19:40–42)

Dates in BOLD are Holy Days of Obligation for September:

Sept. 1: St. Giles, Abbot

Sept. 2: St. Justus of Lyons

Sept. 3: Pope St. Gregory the Great

Sept. 4: St. Magnus

Sept. 5: St. Romulus

Sept. 6: Twenty - Third Sunday in Ordinary Time, St. Petronius 

Sept. 7: St. Cloud

Sept. 8: St. Adela 

Sept. 9: St. Omer

Sept. 10: St. Achillieus

Sept. 11: St. Daniel

Sept. 12: St. Curomotus

Sept. 13: Twenty - Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time, St. John Chrysostom 

 Sept. 14: St. Cormac

Sept. 15: St. Nicomedes

Sept. 16: St. Robert Bellarmine 

Sept. 17: St. Hildegard of Bingen

Sept. 18: St. Joseph of Cupertino

Sept. 19: St. Januarius

Sept. 20: Twenty - Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Martyrs of  Korea

Sept. 21: St. Matthew

Sept. 22: St. Maurice

Sept. 23: St. Padre Pio

Sept. 24: St. Ysarn

Sept. 25: St. Cleophas

 Sept. 26: St. Cosmos and Damian

Sept. 27: Twenty - Sixth Sunday in Ordinary TimeSt. Vincent de Paul

Sept. 28: St. Wencesalus

Sept. 29: St. Raphael

Sept. 30: St. Jerome

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