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In the Gregorian Calendar, February 17 is the 48th
(forty-eighth) day of the year.

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Quote of the Day…

Little is learned with victory, but much with defeat.

— Japanese Proverb

Events that Happened “A Day as Today”

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Events that Happened “Such a Day as Today” / Image Credit: Gerd Altmann

February 17 – A Day as Today – Events

  • 364: The Roman Emperor Jovian dies after a reign of eight months. They find him dead in his tent in Tyana (Asia Minor) on the way back to Constantinople under suspicious circumstances.
  • 1164: the Flood of St. Juliana devastates the city of Groningen, the province of Friesland and northern Germany, especially the Elbe basin. Thousands of people die.
  • 1411: After successful campaigns during the Ottoman Interregnum, Musa Çelebi, one of the sons of Bayezid I, becomes Sultan with the support of Mircea I of Wallachia.
  • 1580: Bernal Díaz del Castillo finishes his True Story of the conquest of New Spain.
  • 1600: in Campo de ’Fiori (Rome) the Catholic Inquisition burns alive the philosopher, mathematician and astronomer Giordano Bruno.
  • 1673: Molière dies on stage while representing his play The Imaginary Sick.
  • 1772: Russia and Prussia sign a secret agreement to divide the Kingdom of Poland.
  • 1799: Agustín de Betancourt y Molina obtains from Carlos IV of Spain a Royal Order by which the project of installation of optical telegraphy in Spain was approved.
  • 1801: An electoral tie between Thomas Jefferson and Aaron Burr is resolved when Jefferson is elected President of the United States and Burr, Vice President by the United States House of Representatives.
  • 1810: Napoleon Bonaparte signs a decree in which he declares that Rome is the second capital of the Empire.
  • 1814: in the framework of the War of the Sixth Coalition, the battle of Mormant is fought.
  • 1831: in Brussels the first Constitution of Belgium is approved as an independent country.
  • 1837: Charles Darwin is elected a member of the Geographical Society.
  • 1848: the King of Sardinia Carlos Alberto grants the freedom of worship to the Waldensians.
  • 1894: The zarzuela La verbena de la paloma, with music by Tomás Bretón and libretto by Ricardo de la Vega, premieres successfully at the Apolo Theater in Madrid.
  • 1899: in the State of Mexico (Mexico) the municipality of La Paz is erected, which would be made up of the towns of La Magdalena Atlicpac, San Sebastián Chimalpa, San Salvador Tecamachalco and Los Reyes Acaquilpan whose head would be located in Los Reyes.
  • 1902: in Barcelona the state of suspension of guarantees is declared, as a result of the celebration of a general strike since February 14.
  • 1904: at the La Scala Theater (Milan), Giacomo Puccini premieres Madama Butterfly.
  • 1905: in Russia the aristocrat Sergey Aleksándrovich Romanov, uncle of Tsar Nicholas II and governor of Moscow, is assassinated.
  • 1906: In an encyclical addressed to the French clergy and people, Pope Pius X vehemently criticizes the law of separation between the State and the Catholic Church.
  • 1907: anti-clerical demonstrations take place in Italy on the occasion of the anniversary of the assassination of Giordano Bruno, burned alive by the Inquisition in 1600.
  • 1907: in Adyar, Madras, India, passes away Henry Steel Olcott, International President of the Theosophical Society
  • 1908: in Barcelona (Spain) two bombs explode.
  • 1912: in Spain the sessions of the Chambers are suspended on the occasion of the carnival.
  • 1912: in the Palace of Catalan Music (Barcelona) the Union of Winegrowers holds an assembly.
  • 1913: in a New York theater, Thomas Alva Edison presents the first public test of talkies, consisting of a phonograph located behind the screen.
  • 1917: the French Chamber votes the payment of a daily franc to the soldiers of the trenches (in the First World War).
  • 1917: a Ministry of Supplies is created in Prussia to combat hunger.
  • 1931: the viceroy of India, Lord Irwin, meets with Mahatma Gandhi, the main independence leader.
  • 1932: Henri Michaux publishes the essay A Barbarian in Asia.
  • 1933: Newsweek magazine is published for the first time in the United States.
  • 1934: Austrian Chancellor Engelbert Dollfuß escapes a Nazi attack.
  • 1934: a British, French and Italian tripartite declaration guarantees the independence of Austria.
  • 1935: in Portugal, General Carmona is reelected president of the republic.
  • 1935: in Germany the 8-hour working day is established.
  • 1936: in Valparaíso (Chile) 35 people die in a building fire.
  • 1936: in Asunción (Paraguay) a Revolution causes the resignation of President Eusebio Ayala. The revolutionaries name Rafael Franco president of the country.
  • 1939: in Spain the “law on the professional practice of medicine without accreditation” is announced, which comes into force the following day.
  • 1941: Italy and Turkey sign a non-aggression pact.
  • 1944: in the Eniwetok Atoll, in the framework of the Pacific campaign (in World War II), the battle of Eniwetok between the United States and Japan begins (until February 23).
  • 1948: in Tucumán (Argentina) the UNT Gymnasium of the National University of Tucumán is founded.
  • 1949: in Barcelona four members of the PSUC (Unified Socialist Party of Catalonia) are shot.
  • 1954: The United States delivers the ship Nalón to Spain.
  • 1954: in Spain a plan is studied to revalue tourism on the Costa del Sol.
  • 1954: in Venezuela, the government of General Marcos Pérez Jiménez approves a new “Law of the Flag, Shield and National Anthem that repeals the previous established law.
  • 1958: in Spain, the cartoonist Carlos Sáenz de Tejada obtains the Order of Alfonso X el Sabio.
  • 1959: The United States launches the Vanguard II satellite, which will conduct meteorological observation missions.
  • 1968: in the public schools of San Sebastián (Basque Country) the teaching of the Basque language is authorized.
  • 1977: in the Soviet Union, Dolores Ibárruri, the Pasionaria ―exile leader of the Communist Party of Spain― requests a Spanish passport to return to her native country.
  • 1979: China invades Vietnam and occupies several border posts.
  • 1981: in Hamburg (Germany), the Spanish philologist Antonio Tovar receives the Goethe Prize.
  • 1981: in the Philippines, Pope John Paul II arrives in Manila.
  • 1981: the organization Amnesty International affirms that the government of Guatemala is responsible for the genocide of more than 30,000 people in the last 10 months.
  • 1982: in Madrid (Spain) the 1st Contemporary Art Fair-Exhibition, ARCO-82, is closed, with a balance of more than 40,000 visitors.
  • 1983: in Spain the Statutes of Autonomy of the Balearic Islands, Castilla y León, Extremadura and the Community of Madrid are approved. [Citation needed]
  • 1986: in Queronque (Quillota province, Chile), two trains collide head-on; 58 people die and 510 are injured.
  • 1986: in Spain, technicians from the Iberia aviation company discover sabotage on their planes.
  • 1986: in Ojai, California, Jiddu Krishnamurti passes away
  • 1987: The United States lifts the economic sanctions against Poland, established by the implementation of martial law in 1981.
  • 1989: the second Maghreb summit in Marrakech concludes, with a defensive pact and the birth of the Arab Maghreb Union.
  • 1993: in Jerez de la Frontera (Spain), Mayor Pedro Pacheco is expelled from the Andalusian Party due to his continued criticism of another party leader, Alejandro Rojas-Marcos, mayor of Seville.
  • 1996: launch of the NEAR space probe to the asteroid Eros.
  • 1997: in Spain, Modesto Rico Pasarín – a 33-year-old judicial police officer – is killed by the terrorist gang ETA by means of a bomb placed under the seat of his car.
  • 1998: the Spanish biochemist residing in the United States Mariano Barbacid agrees to return to Spain after 24 years of exile to continue his research at the new National Cancer Center.
  • 1998: the plenary session of the Spanish Congress unanimously approves the abolition of prison sentences for non-submission.
  • 1999: in Quito, the national deputy for the socialist left MPD Jaime Hurtado is assassinated by 2 alleged hitmen a few meters from the H. National Congress of Ecuador.
  • 2000: Viktor Klima resigns from his post as head of the Austrian Social Democratic Party (SPÖ) after obtaining the worst electoral result since the end of World War II on 3 October.
  • 2000: In the United States, the president of Microsoft, Bill Gates, introduces the Windows 2000 operating system.
  • 2001: in Lahti, the Spanish skier of German origin Johann Mühlegg wins the silver medal in the 20-kilometer cross-country event of the Nordic Skiing World Championships, which is the first podium in Spanish history in this competition.
  • 2003: the European Union asks Iraq for maximum cooperation to achieve a peaceful solution to the crisis.
  • 2005: The Spanish Medicines Agency approves the use of a new drug, called Bortezomib, which manages to slow the progression of myeloma.
  • 2005: in Europe, a new regulation strengthens the rights of passengers traveling on European Union airlines.
  • 2006: a series of landslides occurs in the Leyte del Sur province (Philippines).
  • 2008: Kosovo declares independence from Serbia.
  • 2011: in Libya, opposition protesters took control of the city of Benghazi, starting the revolution that overthrew Colonel Gaddafi.
  • 2012: President Christian Wulff resigns in Germany following corruption and influence peddling scandals.
  • 2013: in Ecuador, Rafael Correa wins the presidential elections for the second time in a row. He triumphs in a single electoral round and with around 30 points of advantage over his closest contender.
  • 2017: The Nóos Case closes its sentence and determines the sentences of the finally accused Iñaki Urdangarin and Diego Torres Pérez. Their wives were finally acquitted of the case but were also fined.
  • 2017: In Pilar, Province of Buenos Aires (Argentina) the Real Pilar club is founded.
  • 2020: Young Dominicans begin a day of protests for the municipal elections suspended the day before.

Who was Born “A Day as Today”?

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Who was Born “A Day as Today”? / Image Credit: Susanne Jutzeler

February 17 – A Day as Today – Births

  • 624: Wu Zetian, only empress in Chinese history (d. 690).
  • 1490: Carlos III de Borbón, French aristocrat (d. 1527).
  • 1524: Carlos de Lorena, French religious and aristocrat (d. 1574).
  • 1653: Arcangelo Corelli, Italian violinist and composer (d. 1713).
  • 1752: Friedrich Maximilian Klinger, German writer (d. 1831).
  • 1753: Heinrich Alken, German sculptor (d. 1827).
  • 1754: Nicolas Baudin, French explorer (d. 1803).
  • 1781: René Laënnec, French physician (d. 1826).
  • 1792: Karl Ernst von Baer, ​​German biologist (d. 1876).
  • 1796: Giovanni Pacini, Italian composer (f.1867).
  • 1796: Philipp Franz von Siebold, German physician and botanist (d. 1866).
  • 1797: Heinrich Steinweg, German piano maker (d. 1871).
  • 1817: William III, Dutch King (d. 1890).
  • 1820: Henri Vieuxtemps, Belgian violinist and composer (d. 1881).
  • 1821: Lola Montes, Irish dancer and actress (d. 1861).
  • 1827: Manuel Villacampa del Castillo, Spanish military (d. 1889).
  • 1836: Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer, Spanish poet and writer (d. 1870).
  • 1845: Mercedes Cabello de Carbonera, Peruvian writer (d. 1909)
  • 1850: Wenceslao Ramírez de Villa-Urrutia, Spanish diplomat and writer (d. 1933).
  • 1862 – Edward German, British composer (d. 1936).
  • 1863: Fiódor Sologub, Russian poet and novelist (d. 1927).
  • 1864: Andrew Barton Paterson, Australian poet and journalist (d. 1941).
  • 1874: Thomas John Watson, American businessman (d. 1956).
  • 1876: Eduardo Zamacois, Cuban writer (d. 1971).
  • 1877: Isabelle Eberhardt, Swiss explorer and writer (d. 1904).
  • 1877: André Maginot, French politician (d. 1932).
  • 1888: Otto Stern, German-American physicist, 1943 Nobel Prize winner in physics (d. 1969).
  • 1890 – Ronald Fisher, British statistician and geneticist (d. 1962).
  • 1892: Josyf Slipyj, Major Archbishop of the Greek-Catholic Church of Ukraine and Cardinal of the Catholic Church. (f. 1984).
  • 1892: Oscar Soldati, Argentine journalist, cartoonist and painter (d. 1965).
  • 1904: Luis A. Ferré, Puerto Rican politician, engineer, businessman and philanthropist, governor of Puerto Rico between 1969 and 1973 (f. 2003).
  • 1907: Marjorie Lawrence, Australian soprano (d. 1979).
  • 1908: Bo Yibo, Chinese politician (d. 2007).
  • 1909: Arturo Michelini, Italian politician (d. 1969).
  • 1909: Rafael Pizani, promoter of the University Autonomy in Venezuela, Doctor in Political Sciences (f. 1997).
  • 1912: Jorge Matute Remus, Mexican engineer (f. 2002).
  • 1913: René Leibowitz, French composer (d. 1972).
  • 1914: Juan Miguel Bákula Patiño, Peruvian diplomat and historian (d. 2010).
  • 1914: Arthur Kennedy, American actor (d. 1990).
  • 1914: Julia de Burgos, Puerto Rican poet (d. 1953).
  • 1914: Luis Sagi-Vela, Spanish baritone (d. 2013)
  • 1916: Vivian McGrath, Australian tennis player (d. 1978).
  • 1916: Raf Vallone, Italian actor (f. 2002).
  • 1917: Guillermo González Camarena, Mexican inventor (d. 1965).
  • 1920: Carlos Arruza, Mexican bullfighter (d. 1966).
  • 1922: Ernesto Feria Jaldón, Spanish doctor and writer (d. 1993).
  • 1923: John Marco Allegro, British philologist (d. 1988).
  • 1924: Silvana Roth, Argentine actress (d. 2010).
  • 1924: Margaret Truman, American crime novel writer (d. 2008).
  • 1924: Guevork Vartanián, spy and hero of the Soviet Union during World War II (d. 2012).
  • 1925: Hal Holbrook, American actor (d. 2021).
  • 1927: Juan Almeida, Cuban politician, soldier and composer (d. 2009).
  • 1929: Javier Domínguez, Spanish religious and writer.
  • 1930: Daniel Gil, Spanish graphic designer (d. 2004).
  • 1930: Basava Premanand, Indian rationalist (d. 2009).
  • 1930: Ruth Rendell, British writer (d. 2015).
  • 1931: Yves Pouliquen, French ophthalmologist (d. 2020).
  • 1934: Alan Bates, British actor (d. 2003).
  • 1934: Barry Humphries, Australian actor and comedian.
  • 1935: Xavier López, Mexican actor and comedian.
  • 1935: Máximo Cajal, Spanish diplomat (d. 2014).
  • 1935: Christina Pickles, British actress.
  • 1937: Carlos Hurtado Ruiz-Tagle, Chilean economist.
  • 1940: Vicente Fernández, Mexican actor and singer.
  • 1942: Luis Alva Castro, Peruvian economist and politician.
  • 1944: Karl Jenkins, Welsh composer and musician.
  • 1947: Asdrúbal Baptista, Venezuelan politician.
  • 1948: José José, Mexican singer and actor (f. 2019).
  • 1952: Rosa Delia Blanco, Spanish politician.
  • 1952: Andrés Sánchez Robayna, Spanish writer.
  • 1953: Eudald Carbonell, Spanish archaeologist.
  • 1954: Rene Russo, American actress.
  • 1955: Marcelo Trobbiani, Argentine footballer and coach.
  • 1955: Mo Yan, Chinese writer.
  • 1956: Rosario Robles, Mexican politician.
  • 1957: Loreena McKennitt, Canadian singer and performer.
  • 1962: Samuel Bayer, director of American music videos.
  • 1962: Lou Diamond Phillips, American actor.
  • 1963: Michael Jordan, American basketball player and geographer.
  • 1964: Raúl Avilés, Ecuadorian soccer player
  • 1965: Michael Bay, American filmmaker, producer and actor.
  • 1966: Quorthon, Swedish musician, of the band Bathory.
  • 1966: Michael Lepond, American bassist, of the band Symphony X.
  • 1969: Sergio Berti, Argentine soccer player.
  • 1969: David Douillet, French judoka.
  • 1970: Dominic Purcell, British-Australian actor.
  • 1971: Carlos Gamarra, Paraguayan soccer player.
  • 1971: Denise Richards, actress and former American model.
  • 1972: Billie Joe Armstrong, American vocalist and guitarist, of the band Green Day.
  • 1972: Taylor Hawkins, American musician, of the band Foo Fighters.
  • 1972: Valeria Mazza, Argentine model.
  • 1972: Nani Roma, Spanish rally driver.
  • 1972: Yuki Isoya, Japanese singer.
  • 1973: Iván González, Spanish actor.
  • 1974: Jerry O’Connell, American actor.
  • 1974: Kaoru Niikura, Japanese musician.
  • 1975: Wish Bone, American rapper, of the band Bone Thugs-N-Harmony.
  • 1980: Al Harrington, American basketball player.
  • 1980: Jason Ritter, American actor.
  • 1981: Joseph Gordon-Levitt, American actor.
  • 1981: Paris Hilton, American celebrity.
  • 1982: Adriano Leite Ribeiro, Brazilian soccer player.
  • 1983: Gérald Cid, French footballer.
  • 1985: Ion Vélez Martínez, Spanish footballer.
  • 1986: Joey O’Brien, Irish footballer.
  • 1987: Ante Tomic, Croatian basketball player.
  • 1988: Dmytro Nepogodov, Ukrainian footballer.
  • 1989: Chord Overstreet, American actor, singer and musician
  • 1989: Stacey McClean, British singer, actress and dancer, of the band S Club 8.
  • 1989: Rebecca Adlington, British swimmer.
  • 1990: Verónica Montes, Peruvian actress and model.
  • 1990: María José Quintanilla, Chilean singer.
  • 1990: Edin Višća, Bosnian footballer.
  • 1991: Bonnie Wright, British actress.
  • 1991: Ed Sheeran, British singer and songwriter.
  • 1992: Motaz Hawsawi, Saudi footballer.
  • 1993: Marc Márquez, Spanish motorcycle racer.
  • 1993: Nicola Leali, Italian footballer.
  • 1996: Sasha Pieterse, American actress and singer of South African origin.
  • 1997: Gaetano Castrovilli, Italian footballer.

Who Left Us “A Day as Today”?

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Who Left Us “A Day as Today”? / Image Credit: Katrina

February 17 – A Day as Today – Deaths

  • 197: Clodius Albino, Roman Emperor (b. C. 150).
  • 306: Theodore of Amasea, Roman soldier and Christian martyr.
  • 364: Jovian, Roman emperor between 363 and 364 (b. 332).
  • 1405: Tamerlane, Turkish-Mongol conqueror (b.1336).
  • 1600: Giordano Bruno, Italian philosopher, mathematician and astronomer (b. 1549).
  • 1609: Ferdinand I de Medici, Grand Duke of Tuscany (b. 1549).
  • 1673: Molière, French writer (b.1622).
  • 1680: Jan Swammerdam, Dutch anatomist and zoologist (b.1637).
  • 1715: Antoine Galland, French archaeologist (b.1646).
  • 1732: Louis Marchand, French musician (b.1669).
  • 1825: Julien Marie Cosmao-Kerjulien, French military man (b. 1761).
  • 1827: Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi, Swiss reformer pedagogue (b. 1746).
  • 1838: Nicolás Catalán (58), Mexican insurgent soldier, hero of independence (b. 1780).
  • 1854 – John Martin, British painter (b. 1789).
  • 1856: Heinrich Heine, German poet (b. 1797).
  • 1874: Lambert Adolphe Jacques Quételet, Belgian astronomer and mathematician (b. 1796).
  • 1883: Napoléon Coste, French composer (b.1805).
  • 1890 – Christopher Sholes, American inventor (b.1819).
  • 1899: Julio Bañados Espinosa, Chilean lawyer and politician (b. 1858).
  • 1909: Gerónimo, Chiricahua Apache leader (b. 1829).
  • 1912 – Edgar Evans, British polar explorer (b.1876).
  • 1919: Wilfrid Laurier, Canadian politician (b.1841).
  • 1934: Albert I, Belgian King (b. 1875).
  • 1934: Siegbert Tarrasch, German chess player (b.1862).
  • 1945: Maximino Ávila Camacho, Mexican military and politician (b. 1891).
  • 1947: Elena Văcărescu, Romanian-French writer (b. 1864).
  • 1961: Nita Naldi, American actress (b.1894).
  • 1962: Bruno Walter, German conductor (b.1876).
  • 1967: Ciro Alegría, Peruvian writer (b.1909).
  • 1967: Margaret Leahy, British actress (b.1902).
  • 1970: Shmuel Yosef Agnón, Israeli writer (b. 1888).
  • 1970: Alfred Newman, American composer (b.1901).
  • 1972: Gavriil Popov, Soviet composer and pianist. (n.1904).
  • 1976: Pedro Leandro Ipuche, Uruguayan poet (b. 1889).
  • 1980: Jerry Fielding, American musician and composer (b.1922).
  • 1980: Graham Sutherland, British painter (b.1903).
  • 1982: Thelonious Monk, American jazz pianist and composer (b.1917).
  • 1982: Lee Strasberg, American film director and actor (b.1901).
  • 1986: Jiddu Krishnamurti, Indian religious (b. 1895).
  • 1987: Dmitri Kabalevski, Russian composer (b.1904).
  • 1988: John Marco Allegro, British philologist (b.1923).
  • 1988: Oscar Anderle, Argentine singer and author (b. 1926).
  • 1990: Erik Rhodes, American actor (b.1906).
  • 1990: Estanislao Zuleta, Colombian philosopher (b. 1935).
  • 1996: Michel Pablo, Trotskyist leader of Greek origin (b.1911).
  • 1997: Darcy Ribeiro, Brazilian anthropologist, writer and politician (b. 1922).
  • 1998: Ernst Jünger, German philosopher (b.1895).
  • 1999: Tania, Argentine tango singer (b. 1893).
  • 1999: Jaime Hurtado, first Afro-Ecuadorian deputy, leader of the Popular Democratic Movement (b. 1937).
  • 2001: Juan Liscano, Venezuelan writer (b.1914).
  • 2003: José María Cabodevilla, Spanish priest and theologian (b. 1928).
  • 2004: José López Portillo, Mexican politician and lawyer, president of Mexico between 1976 and 1982 (b.1920).
  • 2005: Omar Sívori, Italian-Argentine footballer (b.1935).
  • 2006: Ray Barretto, Puerto Rican percussionist (b.1929).
  • 2006: Romano Gandolfi, Italian choir and orchestra conductor (b.1934).
  • 2007: Cayetano Martí Valls, Mallorcan writer (b.1918).
  • 2007: Maurice Papon (96), French politician (b.1910).
  • 2009: Conchita Cintrón, Peruvian rejoneadora (b.1922).
  • 2010: Gabriel Clausi, bandoneonist, composer and director of Argentine tango (b.1911).
  • 2010: Kathryn Grayson, American singer and actress (b.1922).
  • 2010: Martha Mercader, Argentine writer (b.1926).
  • 2011: Omar Alkadafi, Libyan president.
  • 2012: Enrique Sierra, Spanish guitarist, of the band Radio Futura (b. 1957).
  • 2013: Luis Paulino Mora Mora, Costa Rican politician and lawyer, president of the Supreme Court between 1999 and 2013 (b.1944).
  • 2013: Richard Briers, British actor (b.1934).
  • 2013: Mindy McCready, American singer (b. 1975).
  • 2016: Jesús Barrero, Mexican dubbing actor (b.1958).
  • 2017: Warren Frost, American actor (b.1925).
  • 2019: Juan Inchuesetegui, Peruvian political and mechanical engineer (b.1938).
  • 2019: Kukín Flores, former Peruvian soccer player (born 1974).
  • 2019: Eduardo Bauzá, Argentine politician (b.1939).

What is Celebrated “A Day as Today”?

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What is Celebrated “A Day as Today”? / Image Credit: Sakkanan Norkaew

February 17 – A Day as Today – Celebrations

  • Roman Empire: Quirinalia, in honor of Quirino.
  • Mexico: Mexican Inventor Day, in honor of the birth of Guillermo González Camarena.
  • Kosovo: Independence Day.
  • Libya: Day of the Revolution on February 17.

Catholic Santoral “A Day as Today”

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Catholic Santoral “A Day as Today” / Image Credit: Peter H

February 17 – A Day as Today – Catholic Santoral

  • Saint Alejo Falconieri
  • Saint Bonoso
  • Saint Constable
  • St. Evermodo
  • Saint Fian
  • Saint Fintán
  • Saint Furaldo
  • Saint Julian of Capodacia
  • Saint Mesrob
  • Saint Peter Yu Chong-nyul
  • Saint Silvino de Auchy
  • Saint Theodore of Byzantium.
  • Blessed Antonio Lesczewicz
  • Blessed Lucas Belludi

What Sign of the Zodiac Rules those Born “A Day as Today”?

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February 17 – A Day as Today – Zodiac Sign

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