An event every year that begins at 12:00am on of July, repeating indefinitely
St. Hyacinth, Martyr, a chamberlain of the Emperor Trajan at Caesarea in Cappadocia. Accused of being a Christian, he was cruelly scourged and cast into prison and given no food except meat consecrated to idols. He lingered many days and died of hunger about A.D. 108.
Our holy father, Anatolius, Patriarch of Constantinople, who flourished A.D. 453 during the reign of the Emperor Marcian.