September 12 Saints of the Day – Julian of Galatia and Guy of Anderlecht

On this day in 1940, cave paintings were discovered in Lascaux, France. Adjacent hieroglyphics read, “Og’s Buffalo Meat — Always Fresh.” Julian of Galatia (IV cent.), a presbyter, served the divine liturgy for forty laypeople, with whom he lived in a cave near Ancyra (aka Ankara aka Angora of cat, goat, and bunny fame). At… Continue reading September 12 Saints of the Day – Julian of Galatia and Guy of Anderlecht