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Feastday: May 2

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Martyr with Cyriacus, Theodolus, and Zoe, sometimes listed as Hesperius. They were a family of slaves owned by a pagan in Pamphylia. Zoe was Exuperius' wife, and Cyriacus and Theodolus were his sons. All of them were martyred for refusing to participate in pagan rites conducted by a Roman, Catulus. He had them roasted to death in a furnace.


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