Roman Martyrology-June 3rd- on this date in various years-
For 2012 The Feast of the most holy and undivided Trinity, and the Octave of Pentecost.
At Arezzo in Tuscany, during the persecution of Decius, under Governor Tiburtius, the holy martyrs Pergentinus and Laurentinus, brothers, who being as yet children, were put to the sword after they had endured cruel torments and performed many miracles.
At Constantinople, the holy martyrs Lucillian and four boys, Claudius, Hypatius, Paul, and Denis. Lucillian, formerly a pagan priest, but now a Christian, was cast with them into a furnace after undergoing many torments, but the flames were extinguished by the rain and all escaped injury. Finally their lives were ended under the governor Silvanus, Lucillian by crucifixion, the children by beheading.
At Cordova in Spain, blessed Isaac, a monk who was slain by the sword for the faith of Christ.
At Constantinople, St. Paula, virgin and martyr, who was arrested while gathering the blood of the martyrs just mentioned. She was beaten with rods and thrown into the fire, but was delivered from it. She was at length beheaded in the same place where St. Lucillian had been crucified.
At Carthage, St. Caecilius, the priest who converted St. Cyprian to the faith of Christ.
In the diocese of Orleans, St. Lifard, priest and confessor.
At Lucca in Tuscany, St. Davinus, confessor.
At Anagni, St. Olive, virgin.
At Paris, St. Clotilde, queen, by whose prayers her husband, King Clovis, was converted to the faith of Christ.
And elsewhere in divers places, many other holy martyrs, confessors, and holy virgins.
R. Thanks be to God.