Saints for 7 June
The Carmelite Order keeps the feast of Bl Anne of St Bartholomew today. She was the constant companion and secretary of S Teresa of Avila. After S Teresa's death, Bl Anne was the foundress of the Discalced Order in both France and Belgium. The good old Catholic Encyclopædia has the names, places, and dates here. (I know the headline says "Anne Garcia". But it's the same person. Really.)
There used to be a page based on the old second nocturn giving far more interesting stories but it seems to have vanished. At any rate, the old link is broken. The Carmelite Sisters of Ireland have a bit more on her life here.
Her collect in the old rite:
"Deus, qui beatam Annam Virginem tuam, eximium humilitatis exemplar effecisti : concede nobis, famulis tuis, ut illius vestigia sequentes, promissa humilibus praemia consequi valeamus. Per Dominum Nostrum Iesum Christum. Amen."
My own translation (which you are welcome to criticize; I make no claim to proficiency):
Oh, God who didst make Blessed Anne, Thy virgin an exceptional exemplar of humility, grant to us Thy servants that following in her footsteps, we may be able to receive the reward promised to the humble. Through Our Lord Jesus Christ. Amen.
It's also the feast in England and in the Benedictine and Cistercian Orders of St Robert of Newminster. The good old Catholic Encyclopædia gives a vita here. Wikipedia has something on him also. It seems to be taken largely, if not exclusively, from the Catholic Encyclopædia. If you want to check, it's here.