St. Jude Apostle
An event every year that begins at 12:00am on of June, repeating indefinitely
St. Jude, Apostle, brother of St. James, the Less, and thus related to our Lord Jesus, was one of the Twelve, called also Thaddaeus, preached in Mesopotamia and with St. Simon in Persia. Both suffered martyrdom together in Persia.
St. Zosimus, Martyr, was beheaded for the Faith at Spoleto in Italy under Trajan, Emperor about A.D. 110.