Today is the feast of
Saint, er um… "Mister" Christopher. This beloved figure "lost", as it were, his status as saint when the Holy See made a determination to remove from the universal calendar some certain figures (e.g., "Miss Philomena") whose historicity was questionable. The Church has never said that a person cannot venerate these figures, of course, but they are generally not be celebrated at the altar.
In any event, here is the terse entry in the Martyrologium Romanum:
2. In Lycia, sancti Christophori, martyris.
The Martyrologium Romanum assumes that he is a saint!
"Christopher" means "Christ bearer".
May we all be Saint Christopher!