Saint John and Paul - Martyrs (362).
Saint John and Paul were brothers and were officers of the Roman army in the days of Constantine the Great. They served in the house of the daughter of Constantine, who was consecrated to God, and their virtues and services to her father rendered them very dear to her. They would soon glorify God by a great moral victory, after despising the honors of the world, they triumphed by their martyrdom over its threats and torments.
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