Saturday, January 2, 2021
St. Basil the Great was a fourth century Greek bishop. His feast day is January 2. He was a skilled orator who was known for supporting the Nicene creed over Arianism. He also known for his care of the poor and the sick and also for his fight against prostitution.
St. Basil the patron saint of hospital administrators, reformers, monks, education, and liturgists.