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- n. Alternative spelling of Menologium.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A register of months, or of occurrences in the order of the months.
- n. A list or calendar of martyrs; specifically, in the Gr. Ch., a book which contains a list of all the festivals celebrated throughout the year, and the lives of the church saints and martyrs. It corresponds to the martyrology of the Roman Catholic Church.
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The menology, published by Canisius, places the martyrdom of St. Julian and his companions, at Antinopolis in
In the Greek menology her name occurs on 8 Oct., it is found also in the martyrologies of
In the Cistercian menology he is honoured as one of themselves (19 May).
(France), an esteemed historian, reproaches him with having omitted many saints of the order, and of having inserted persons in his menology who have no right to be there, either because they did not merit it or because they were never clothed with the Cistercian habit.
The menology of the Society of Jesus under the date of 2 September, repeats the following remarks addressed by
Paul (according to St. Gregory of Nyssa and a Syriac menology).
Henry, a lay brother, is also mentioned in the Cistercian menology.
None of these witnesses have specified the number of the confessors, which is fixed at sixty in an old menology, (apud Ruinart.p. 486.)