Many people do not realize that may Old Testament figures are considered by Holy Mother Church to be saints.
We can find many of them listed in editions of the Roman Martyrology, both pre-Conciliar and post.
1. Commemoratio sancti Moysis, prophetae, quem Deus elegit, ut populum in Aegypto oppressum liberaret et in terram promissionis adduceret; cui etiam in monte Sina sese revelavit dicens: "Ego sum qui sum", atque legem proposuit, quae vitam populi electi regeret. Ille servus Dei in monte Nebo terrae Moab coram terra promissionis plenus dierum obiit.
Anyone want to take a crack at What The Martyrology Really Says? Enjoy some Mystic Monk Coffee, or refresh your depleted supply, and get out that dictionary if necessary.
Also, a question to readers:
Have any of you ever seen a stained-glass window of Moses at the cleft in the rock in Exodus 33?
In lieu of such an image, here is Moses from the feeder: