As a lover of sub-Roman and Anglo-Saxon Britain, I’ve developed a great respect for several saints of the Isles… to name a few:
St. Dunstan (May 19)
St. Columba (June 9)
St. Alban (June 20)
St. Aidan of Lindisfarne (Aug. 31)
St. Paulinus of York (Oct. 10)
St. Wilfrid of York (Oct. 12)
St. Edward the Confessor (Oct. 13)
None of these dates impede memorials or feasts in the Universal Calendar.
I would like to commemorate them liturgically in my Liturgy of the Hours. I’m just wondering if it’s liturgically licit to do such a thing outside of the country that has those saints in the local calendar (England, in this case).