St. Peter Tu
A native Vietnamese martyr, he became a Dominican and priest in his own country. He was beheaded.
Pope John Paul 11 canonized him in 1988.
The Vatican has estimated that between 130,000 to 300,000 Vietnamese were martyrs.
Pope John Paul II recognized this martyrdom.
Saint Marinus was born on an island off the coast of Dalmatia, Croatia. A stonemason, he went to Rimini, Italy, with St. Leo and was possibly made bishop there. He was a bishop and a hermit. He died as a hermit in (now) modern San Marino, named in his honor. (4th c.)
Saint Sabina & Saint Seraphia
Sabina was converted to Christianity by her Syrain servant Seraphia. Martyred for her faith during the persecution of Emperor Hodrian.
Seraphia was declared a witch and beheaded. Sabina recovered her body and brought it to her own family’s mausoleum. She was then denounced for her faith by Elipedio the perfect and martyred in 125 AD in Vendena in the State of Umbrio in Italy. The Basilica on Adventine in Rome is dedicated to her. She was canonized a Saint . In 430 relics from the Basilica were sent to The Sainta Sabina which is built at the site of her home.