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In the Gregorian Calendar, May 5 is the 125th
(hundredth – twentieth fifth) day of the year.

There are 240 days left until the end of 2021!

Quote of the Day…

With audacity you can try everything; but you can’t get everything.

— Napoleón Bonaparte
Military and French ruler (died May 5, 1821).

Events that Happened “A Day as Today”

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

May 5 – A Day as Today – Events

  • 553: The Second Council of Constantinople begins.
  • 1442: Juan II of Aragon pacts with the nobility within the framework of the Cortes.
  • 1487: in Spain, Boabdil is taken in triumph to the Alhambra palace, rejoining him on the Granada throne while El Zagal retires to Almuñécar (Granada).
  • 1494: in the Caribbean Sea, Christopher Columbus arrives on the current island of Jamaica.
  • 1518: on the coast of Mexico, Juan de Grijalva discovers the islands of Yucatán.
  • 1545: in Spain, Carlos I of Spain creates the General Archive of Simancas.
  • 1622: on the island Zante (in the Ionian Sea) 37.6, 21 there is an earthquake of magnitude 6.6 on the Richter scale and 9 degrees on the Mercalli scale.
  • 1679: the Peace of Nijmegen is signed, a treaty that ends the war between the France of Louis XIV and the allied powers of Spain, the Netherlands and the German Empire.
  • 1721: Cortazar Municipality (Guanajuato) is founded
  • 1789: two English merchant ships are seized by ships of the Spanish Navy as a protest against the English occupation of Nutka Bay.
  • 1789: opening of the Estates General at Versailles.
  • 1808: Napoleon Bonaparte and Carlos IV of Spain sign an agreement by which he renounces his crown in favor of the French emperor.
  • 1821: Napoleon Bonaparte dies on the island of Santa Helena (in the Atlantic Ocean).
  • 1835: between the cities of Brussels and Mechelen the first Belgian railway line is inaugurated.
  • 1862: in the battle of Puebla, the Mexican army – under the command of General Ignacio Zaragoza – defeats the French interventionist troops.
  • 1867: the commune of Coquimbo is created in Chile.
  • 1880: León Favre applies for a patent for a new color system in photography.
  • 1887: in Lima (Peru) the Peruvian Academy of the Language is created.
  • 1890: in Spain the Universal Suffrage Law is promulgated.
  • 1898 in Mexico, the town of “Payo Obispo” was founded by Admiral Othón Pompeyo Blanco Núñez de Cáceres, which would later become the city of Chetumal, capital of the State of Quintana Roo
  • 1902: an earthquake occurs in Murcia. Several buildings collapse.
  • 1902: in New York denunciations are published against the Philippine Genocide perpetrated since February 4, 1899 by the United States Government. By 1913 the US military will have killed more than a million civilians.
  • 1903: UK Foreign Minister Henry Petty-Fitzmaurice declares that the Persian Gulf belongs to the border of India.
  • 1904: in Rome, the visit of the French President Émile Loubet to the Italian King Victor Emmanuel III provokes the conflict between the curia and the French Government.
  • 1905: in Santa Fe (Argentina), the Club Atlético Colón de Santa Fe is created, one of the most important teams in the interior of the country.
  • 1912: in Tortosa (Tarragona) the Ebro canal is inaugurated.
  • 1912: The Stockholm Olympic Games are inaugurated, officially known as the Games of the V Olympiad.
  • 1913: Austria and Italy give up invading Albania.
  • 1920: in Madrid, Eduardo Dato forms a Government of conservative sign.
  • 1921: the London conference issues an ultimatum to Germany.
  • 1922: the Allied Air Surveillance Commission leaves Germany.
  • 1925: the Universal Suffrage Law is enacted in Japan.
  • 1927: in Chile, President Emiliano Figueroa presents his resignation and is replaced by Carlos Ibáñez del Campo.
  • 1930: in Madrid, the Central University is closed after the continuous student demonstrations against the monarchy.
  • 1932: the Japanese withdraw from Shanghai (China).
  • 1933: in the Bell Laboratories, located in the American town of Holmdel (New Jersey), Karl Jansky discovers radio waves coming from the center of our galaxy (the Milky Way). This discovery is considered the beginning of radio astronomy.
  • 1934: the Soviet Union and Poland sign an extension of the non-aggression pact until 1945.
  • 1935: in Spain, Alejandro Lerroux forms his fifth Government. The CEDA obtains five portfolios and Gil-Robles is appointed Minister of War.
  • 1936: Italian troops enter Addis Ababa and Mussolini declares Ethiopia to be Italian.
  • 1936: the first stage of the Cycling Tour of Spain is celebrated.
  • 1936: in Caspe (Zaragoza) the tasks of an Aragonese pro-statute congress begin.
  • 1936: the new constitution comes into force in China.
  • 1939: Eduardo Marquina’s drama La santa hermandad is premiered at the Poliorama Theater in Barcelona.
  • 1939: Professor Eliseo Gómez Serrano is shot in Alicante.
  • 1940: a Norwegian government in exile is formed in London.
  • 1941: Emperor Haile Selassie returns to Addis Ababa, the capital of Ethiopia.
  • 1943: in Europe, General Williams Key assumes the American command.
  • 1944: in India, Gandhi is released after 21 months of arrest.
  • 1945: in Prague an antifascist uprising takes place that accelerates the end of World War II.
  • 1948: in Israel, David Ben Gurion presides over the first meeting of the Government.
  • 1949: the Treaty of London is signed, the Statute of the Council of Europe, with the normative base of the Council of Europe.
  • 1950: the first cycling tour of Colombia begins.
  • 1954: In a barge on the crater of the Union bomb (detonated on April 25), in Bikini Atoll, the United States detonates the Yankee hydrogen bomb, of 13,500 kilotons. In comparison, the Fat Man bomb (the one from the Nagasaki attack) was 22 kilotons
  • 1955: the Federal Republic of Germany regains full sovereignty.
  • 1955: At the Nevada Test Site, the United States detonates its 29 kt Apple-2 atomic bomb, the penultimate of the 14 Teapot bombs, and the 64th of 1,054 bombs that the United States detonated between 1945 and 1992.
  • 1957: in Tunisia, the Neo-Destour Party wins the elections.
  • 1958: on Runit Island in the Eniwetak Atoll (Marshall Islands, in the middle of the Pacific Ocean), the United States explodes its 18 kt Cactus atomic bomb. The crater will later be covered with contaminated dirt and debris and covered with a concrete dome, called the “Cactus Dome.” It is the second of 35 bombs in Operation Hardtack I, and the 123rd out of 1,054 bombs that the United States detonated between 1945 and 1992.
  • 1958: the Vice President of the United States, Richard Nixon, visits Bolivia.
  • 1959: Pier Paolo Pasolini publishes his novel A Violent Life.
  • 1960: in the airspace of the Soviet Union, the antiaircraft defense shoots down to a spy plane Lockheed U-2 of the American Air Force.
  • 1961: The United States launches its first manned spacecraft into space; the pilot was Alan B. Shepard.
  • 1964: Israel makes its first attempt to divert the waters of the Jordan into the Negev desert.
  • 1965: at the Tenerife North airport (Tenerife) a plane crashes and 32 people die
  • 1971: the OAS grants the Spanish cellist Pau Casals the title of Honorary Citizen of the Americas.
  • 1973: in Madrid, the Airbus 300 is presented.
  • 1974: in the first round of the French elections, François Mitterrand obtained 42% of the votes and Valéry Giscard d’Estaing 32.9%.
  • 1979: the possibility of destroying kidney stones by means of shock waves is made known thanks to a device created by the Dornier company (See lithiasis).
  • 1979: Club de Deportes Cobresal, a professional Chilean soccer team, is founded.
  • 1980: in Greece, Constantinos Karamanlís is elected president.
  • 1982: in Spain, the terrorist group ETA assassinates Ángel Pascual Mugica, director of the Lemóniz nuclear power plant.
  • 1984: in Luxembourg, the song Diggi-loo, diggi-ley by the Herreys brothers, wins the XXIX Eurovision Song Contest for Sweden.
  • 1987: in Venice the City Council decides to limit the number of tourists entering the city, due to the degradation of the urban environment.
  • 1989: The Party of the Democratic Revolution is founded in Mexico City.
  • 1989: in Iraq they carry out an attack against President Saddam Hussein, in which his Defense Minister, Adnan Jairallah Talfah, dies.
  • 1990: in Zagreb, the song Insieme 1992, by the Italian Toto Cutugno wins the 35th Eurovision Song Contest.
  • 1990: John Paul II begins a new visit to Mexico. Two days later, Mexico and the Holy See reestablish diplomatic relations after 130 years of rupture.
  • 1991: Ricardo Enrique Bochini, emblematic player of the Club Atlético Independiente, plays his last soccer game in Avellaneda (province of Buenos Aires).
  • 1992: in Crimea, Parliament proclaims independence.
  • 1994: in Cuba, Fidel Castro announces the confiscation of “illegitimate assets” and limits self-employment.
  • 1996: the opening of the third and final phase of the peace process between Israel and the PLO begins in Taba.
  • 1996: José María Aznar is sworn in by King Juan Carlos as Spanish President.
  • 1998: in Libya, Manuel Fraga declares himself against the isolation and embargo of Gaddafi.
  • 1998: in Barcelona, ​​eleven years after the attack perpetrated by ETA in the Hipercor stores, 12 of those affected receive 106 million pesetas in compensation.
  • 1999: Elsa Ávila ascends Mount Everest, being the first Mexican and Latin American woman to achieve the feat.
  • 2000: conjunction of all the planets known in antiquity (Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, the Moon and the Sun).
  • 2000: Ridley Scott’s Gladiator, starring Russell Crowe and Joaquin Phoenix, opens in theaters
  • 2000: the cataclysmic slide of the ice sheet that covers Antarctica does not occur, prophesied in 1997 by the American writer Richard Noone, which would be caused by planetary alignment, and which would lead to a slide of the Earth’s crust.
  • 2000: Prime Ministers of the United Kingdom (Tony Blair) and Ireland (Bertie Ahern) announce a plan to reestablish the autonomous institutions of Northern Ireland on May 22, 2000, the deadline for the IRA to hand over its arms.
  • 2000: in Iran, the reformist sector that supports President Muhammad Khatami wins the legislative elections.
  • 2002: in Cuba, the revolutionary government frees dissident Vladimiro Roca, after five years of deprivation of liberty.
  • 2002: Juventus from Turin win their 26th scudetto on the last day after beating Udinese Calcio and Inter Milan defeated against Società Sportiva Lazio.
  • 2002: in Egypt, the Minister of Culture announces the discovery in the Giza region (west of Cairo) of a new pyramid of the 4th pharaonic dynasty.
  • 2002: at the Jerez Circuit, the Spanish rider Fonsi Nieto achieves victory in the 250 cc category at the Spanish GP.
  • 2003: in the eastern United States a series of tornadoes claim 39 fatalities.
  • 2003: In Colombia, the governor of the department of Antioquia, Guillermo Gaviria Correa, the former defense minister, Gilberto Echeverri Mejía, and eight soldiers, all of them held by the 34th Front of the FARC, are assassinated by guerrillas of this subversive group when they an operation carried out by the army that sought to rescue the hostages. The events occurred in the vicinity of the municipality of Urrao, southwest of the department of Antioquia.
  • 2004: The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) publishes the treatment of a child suffering from Diamond-Blackfan anemia, a blood disease, from cells obtained from the umbilical cord of his newborn brother.
  • 2004: the World Organization of Cities and Local Governments (UCLG) is created in Paris, based in Barcelona.
  • 2005: the multinational IBM chooses Madrid as its headquarters for southern Europe.
  • 2005: Argentine poet Juan Gelman wins the Reina Sofía Prize for Ibero-American Poetry for his entire career.
  • 2005: American scientists obtain eggs from adult stem cells.
  • 2006: the Civil Guard dismantles an international network that was dedicated to the looting of underwater archaeological remains in Spain.
  • 2006: in Madrid, the police dismantle a network of illegal medical clinics for Chinese citizens and arrest several false doctors.
  • 2007: the International Day of the Struggle for the Liberation of Marijuana is commemorated. It takes place in some 232 cities around the world, 22 in Latin America.
  • 2018: NASA’s InSight mission takes off for the planet Mars, with the main objective of discovering the seismology of Mars.

Who was Born “A Day as Today”?

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

May 5 – A Day as Today – Births

  • 1282: Juan Manuel, Spanish nobleman and writer (d. 1348).
  • 1479: Guru Amar Das, third Sikh guru (d. 1574).
  • 1641: Cipriano Barace, Spanish Jesuit missionary (d. 1702).
  • 1775: Pablo Morillo, Spanish military man (d. 1837).
  • 1813: Søren Kierkegaard, Danish philosopher (d. 1855).
  • 1818: Karl Marx, German thinker, sociologist, philosopher and economist (d. 1883).
  • 1826: Eugenia de Montijo, Spanish aristocrat, wife of King Napoleon III (f. 1920).
  • 1828: Albert Marth, British astronomer (d. 1897).
  • 1833: Soledad Acosta de Samper, Colombian writer (d. 1913).
  • 1834: Víktor Hartmann, Russian architect, sculptor and painter (d. 1873).
  • 1837: Anna María Mozzoni, Italian journalist, feminist and suffragette (d. 1920).
  • 1846: Federico Chueca, Spanish composer (d. 1908).
  • 1846: Lars Magnus Ericsson, Swedish inventor (d. 1926).
  • 1846: Henryk Sienkiewicz, Polish writer, 1905 Nobel Prize Winner (d. 1916).
  • 1864: Nellie Bly (Elizabeth Jane Cochran), American journalist (d. 1922).
  • 1869: Liang Shiyi, Chinese politician (d. 1933).
  • 1881: William Horace de Vere Cole, poet, writer and prankster (d. 1936).
  • 1882: Pío del Río Hortega, Spanish physician (d. 1945).
  • 1882 – Douglas Haig, Australian explorer (d. 1958).
  • 1882: Sylvia Pankhurst, Activist, suffragette, internationalist pacifist (d. 1960).
  • 1883: Eleazar López Contreras, Venezuelan military and politician, president of Venezuela between 1935 and 1941 (d. 1973).
  • 1883: Archibald Wavell, British military man.
  • 1893: Farabundo Martí, Salvadoran revolutionary politician (d. 1932).
  • 1899ː Nikolai Vóronov; Soviet military man, Chief Marshal of Artillery (d. 1968)
  • 1908: Kurt Böhme, German bassist.
  • 1908: Jacques Massu, French military (d. 2002).
  • 1911: Andor Lilienthal, Hungarian chess player (d. 2010).
  • 1913: Lola Lemos, Spanish actress (d. 2009).
  • 1914: Tyrone Power, American actor (d. 1958).
  • 1915: Alice Faye, American actress.
  • 1915: Tom Hungerford, Australian writer (d. 2011).
  • 1919: Georgios Papadopoulos, Greek politician (d. 1999).
  • 1921: Arthur Leonard Schawlow, American physicist, 1981 Nobel laureate in physics (d. 1999).
  • 1924: Leopoldo Torre Nilsson, Argentine filmmaker (d. 1978).
  • 1926: Ann B. Davis, American actress (d. 2014).
  • 1931: Greg, Belgian cartoonist (d. 1999)
  • 1931: Isaac Humala, Peruvian politician and lawyer.
  • 1932: Antonio Agri, Argentine violinist, conductor and composer (f. 1998).
  • 1937: Giovan Battista Pirovano, Italian footballer (d. 2014).
  • 1938: Jerzy Skolimowski, Polish filmmaker.
  • 1940: Lance Henriksen, American actor.
  • 1941: Joaquín Leguina, Spanish politician and writer.
  • 1942: María Cristina Gómez, Salvadoran community leader and teacher (d. 1989).
  • 1943: Michael Palin, British actor and writer.
  • 1943: Raphael, Spanish singer and actor.
  • 1944: Bo Larsson, Swedish footballer.
  • 1944: John Rhys-Davies, British actor.
  • 1945: César Alierta, Spanish businessman.
  • 1947: Malam Bacai Sanhá, Bissauguinean politician, twice President of Guinea-Bissau: between 1999-2000 and 2009-2012 (f. 2012).
  • 1948: Bill Ward, British musician.
  • 1950: Samir Kassir, Lebanese journalist and teacher (d. 2005).
  • 1950: Leticia Moreira, Uruguayan actress.
  • 1951: Ron Arad, Israeli designer, artist and industrial architect.
  • 1956: Jean Pierre Noher, French-Argentine actor.
  • 1957: Peter Howitt, English actor and filmmaker.
  • 1959: Ian McCulloch, British singer.
  • 1960: Jorge Quiroga Ramírez, Bolivian politician, president of Bolivia between 2001 and 2002.
  • 1961: Pedro Reyes, Spanish humorist (d. 2015).
  • 1963: James LaBrie, Canadian singer.
  • 1966: Shawn Drover, Canadian musician.
  • 1966: Salvador Illa, Spanish politician.
  • 1967: Maximiliano Guerra, Argentine dancer.
  • 1970: Sviatoslav Shevchuk, Russian archbishop.
  • 1971: Cristian Aldana, Argentine musician.
  • 1971: Florencia Bonelli, Argentine writer.
  • 1972: Devin Townsend, Canadian musician and composer.
  • 1973: David Janer, Spanish actor.
  • 1976: Juan Pablo Sorín, Argentine footballer.
  • 1978: Santiago Cabrera, Chilean actor.
  • 1978: Lilian Tintori, Venezuelan activist.
  • 1980: Albert Lopo, Spanish footballer.
  • 1980: Yossi Benayoun, Israeli footballer.
  • 1981: Craig David, British singer.
  • 1981: Mariano González, Argentine soccer player.
  • 1981: Danielle Fishel, American actress.
  • 1983: Joan Verdú, Spanish footballer.
  • 1983: Henry Cavill, British actor.
  • 1984: Andrea Guatelli, Italian footballer.
  • 1985: Emanuele Giaccherini, Italian footballer.
  • 1986: Michael Timisela, Dutch footballer.
  • 1987: Marija Šestić, Bosnian singer.
  • 1987: Graham Dorrans, Scottish footballer.
  • 1988: Skye Sweetnam, Canadian singer.
  • 1988: Adele, British singer.
  • 1989: Chris Brown, American singer.
  • 1989: Larissa Wilson, British actress.
  • 1989: Francisca Lachapel, actress and Dominican television presenter.
  • 1989: Sekou Sanogo Junior, Ivorian footballer.
  • 1990: Hannah Jeter, American model.
  • 1991: Colin Edwards, Guyanese footballer (f. 2013).
  • 1991: Raúl Jiménez, Mexican soccer player.
  • 1992: Danny Ocean, Venezuelan singer and producer.
  • 1994: Adam Zreľák, Slovak footballer.
  • 1994: Mattia Caldara, Italian footballer.
  • 1997: Bobby Coleman, American actor.
  • 1999: Nathan Chen, American ice skater.
  • 2003: Kluiverth Aguilar, Peruvian soccer player.

Who Left Us “A Day as Today”?

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

May 5 – A Day as Today – Deaths

  • 1028: Alfonso V, King of León and Galicia (b. C. 994).
  • 1525: Frederick III of Saxony, Saxon elector.
  • 1773: Enrique Flórez, religious and Spanish historian (b. 1702).
  • 1776: Jean Astruc, French physician.
  • 1786: Pedro III, Portuguese king consort.
  • 1804: Antonio José de Cavanilles, Spanish botanist and scientist.
  • 1821: Napoleon Bonaparte, military man and French emperor (b. 1769).
  • 1849: Vicente Salvá, Spanish grammarian, bibliographer and editor (b. 1786).
  • 1883: Eva Gonzalès, French impressionist painter.
  • 1895: Enriqueta Lozano, Spanish writer (b. 1829).
  • 1912: Rafael Pombo, Colombian writer and diplomat (b. 1833).
  • 1921: Alfred Fried, Austrian journalist and pacifist, Nobel Peace Prize winner in 1911.
  • 1937: Camillo Berneri, Italian philosopher and anarchist (b. 1897).
  • 1939: Eliseo Gómez Serrano (49), Spanish teacher and politician (b. 1889), executed by the Francoists.
  • 1952: Alberto Savinio, Italian artist.
  • 1954: Henri Laurens, French sculptor.
  • 1959: Carlos Saavedra Lamas, Argentine politician and jurist, Nobel Peace Prize winner in 1936 (b. 1878).
  • 1961: Maurice Merleau-Ponty, French philosopher.
  • 1972: Josep Samitier, Spanish footballer.
  • 1977: Julián Soler, actor and Mexican film director (b.1907).
  • 1977: Ludwig Erhard, economist, politician and German Federal Chancellor between 1963 and 1966.
  • 1981: Bobby Sands, British politician and activist (b.1954).
  • 1988: Billo Frómeta, director of the Venezuelan orchestra Billo’s Caracas Boys.
  • 1990: Walter Bruch, German electronic engineer.
  • 1990: Reginald Goodall, British conductor and musician.
  • 1992: Jean-Claude Pascal, French singer and actor (b.1927).
  • 1992: Alejandro Pietri, Venezuelan architect.
  • 1995: Mikhail Botvinnik, Russian chess player.
  • 1998: Juan Gimeno, Spanish cyclist (b. 1913).
  • 2002: Hugo Banzer, Bolivian military and politician, twice President of Bolivia: between 1971-1978 and 1997-2001 (b.1926).
  • 2002: George Sidney, American filmmaker (b.1916).
  • 2003: Walter Sisulu, South African politician (b.1912).
  • 2003: Guillermo Gaviria Correa, Colombian engineer and politician (b.1962).
  • 2003: Gilberto Echeverri Mejía, Colombian engineer, businessman and politician (b.1936).
  • 2010: Carlos Llano Cifuentes, Spanish philosopher, member of Opus Dei (b.1932).
  • 2010: Lucho Barrios, Peruvian bolero singer (b.1935).
  • 2011: Salomón Hakim, Colombian doctor and scientist (b.1929).
  • 2011: Rolo Puente, Argentine actor (b.1939).
  • 2011: Antonio Bernad, Spanish artist (b.1917).
  • 2012: Máximo Pacheco Gómez, Chilean jurist and politician (b.1924).
  • 2013: Rossella Falk, Italian actress (b.1926).
  • 2016: Dinorah Castiglioni, Uruguayan surgeon and professor (b.1918).
  • 2016: Maurice Sinet, French graphic humorist and political cartoonist (b. 1928).
  • 2016: Isao Tomita, Japanese keyboardist and composer (b.1932).
  • 2018: José María Íñigo, Spanish journalist and commentator for Eurovision (b. 1942).

What is Celebrated “A Day as Today”?

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

May 5 – A Day as Today – Celebration

  • African World Heritage Day
  • World Asthma Day
  • International Celiac Disease Day
  • International Midwife Day
  • Denmark: Liberation Day
  • Holland: Liberation Day
  • Spain: Day of Tribute to the deported and deceased Spaniards in Mauthausen and other camps and to all the victims of Nazism in Spain
  • Ethiopia: Liberation Day
  • Japan: Children’s Day
  • Mexico: Cinco de Mayo, commemorating the battle of Puebla, in which Mexicans faced the French, the first being the victors.
  • Province of Buenos Aires (Argentina): Buenos Aires Writer’s Day (commemorating the disappearance of Haroldo Conti).

Catholic Santoral “A Day as Today”

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

May 5 – A Day as Today – Catholic Santoral

  • Saint Angel of Sicily
  • Saint Avertino of Vençay
  • Saint Briton of Trier
  • Saint Crescenciana, martyr
  • Saint Eulogius, bishop
  • Saint Euthymius of Alexandria
  • Saint Gerontius of Milan
  • Saint Hilary of Arles
  • Saint Jovinian of Auxerre
  • Saint Leon of Calabria
  • Saint Mauronto of Marchiennes
  • Saint Maximus of Jerusalem
  • Saint Nicecio of Vienne
  • Saint Priest of Limoges
  • Saint Theodore of Bologna, bishop
  • The Conversion of Saint Augustine
  • Blessed Welcome Mareni
  • Blessed Catalina Cittadini
  • Blessed Nuncio Sulpricio.

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

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Prediction your zodiac sign with Dorian / Image Credit: p2722754

May 5 – A Day as Today – Zodiac Sign

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