Sunday, June 2. Third after Pentecost. SS. Marcellinus, Peter and Erasmus, Martyrs. (White.) Monday, June 3. Of the Octave. (White.) Tuesday, June 4. St. Francis Caracciolo, Confessor. (White.) He Was born in 1563 of the noble Neapolitan family of the Abruzzi. Having been cured of some morbid disease lie became a priest in recompense for the favour, and in 1a88 he founded with St.. John Adorno the order of the Friars Minor Regular. The congregation spread through Italy and Spain in spite of considerable opposition, and in this, with prayer s.nd penance, consisted St. Francis' life. He died In 1608; was canonised in 1807. Wednesday, June 5. St. Bonifaoe, Bishop and Martyr. (Red.) Thursday, June 6. St. Norbert. (White.) The founder of the community of canons regular known as the Premonstratensians, this saint found himself saddled with worldly affairs, and as Bishop of Me-dgeburg he played an important part In European politics of the time. His name is associated with the spread of veneration for the Blessed Sacrament.
Friday, aune 7. Octave Day of the Most Sacred Heart. St. Robert, Abbot. ( White.) Saturday, June 8. Of Our Lady. St. 'William, B.C. (Whits.)