Roman Martyrology-March 22nd-on this date in various years-
At Narbonne in France, the birthday of the bishop St. Paul, a disciple of the apostles. He is said to have been the proconsul Sergius Paulus, who was baptized by the blessed apostle Paul, and left at Narbonne, where he was raised to the episcopal dignity when the apostle went to Spain. Having zealously discharged the office of preaching and having performed miracles, he departed to heaven.
At Terracina, St. Epaphroditus, a disciple of the apostles, who was consecrated bishop of that city by the blessed apostle Peter.
At Ancyra, under Julian the Apostate, St. Basil, priest and martyr, who gave up his soul to God after having endured grievous torments.
At Carthage, the archdeacon St. Octavian, and many thousands of martyrs, who were slain by the Vandals for the Catholic faith.
In Africa, the holy martyrs Saturninus and nine others.
In Galatia, the birthday of the holy martyrs Callinica and Basilissa.
At Rome, the birthday of Pope St. Zachary, who governed the Church of God with vigilance, and at last, renowned for miracles, rested in peace.
At Carthage, St. Deogratias, bishop of Carthage, who ransomed many captives taken from that city by the Vandals, and who performed many other good works, after which he went to rest in the Lord.
At Osimo, in Piceno, the bishop St. Benvenuto.
At Rome, the widow St. Lea, whose virtues and happy death are related by St. Jerome.
And elsewhere in divers places, many other holy martyrs, confessors, and holy virgins.
R. Thanks be to God.