In the traditional Roman calendar, today is the Feast of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. In the newer calendar it is the memorial of the Queenship of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
Either way it is also the anniversary of the Battle of Bosworth Field.
In the 2005 Roman Martyrology we find the entry for St. Symphorianus (he and others had a commemoration in the 1962 Missale Romanum today). He is the patron of Autun, and he was killed during the time of Marcus Aurelius.
This is an interesting entry because it contains a quotation.
2. Augustoduni in Gallia Lugdunensi, sancti Symphoriani, martyris, quem, dum ad supplicium ducebatur, de muro urbis mater commonuit dicens: “Nate, nate, Symphoriane, in mente habe Deum vivum. Hodei tibi vita non tollitur, sed mutatur in melius”.
The phrase “vita mutatur non tollitur” is in the Preface for Masses for the Dead. “Life is changed, not ended.” I am sure this is from St. Augustine, though I can’t remember where off the top of my head and I can’t look it up right now.