Book of Saints – Macrobius and Julian


(Saints) Martyrs (September 13) (4th century) Two Christians who suffered under the Emperor Licinius (A.D. 321); but in different places. Saint Macrobius, a Cappadocian, was (say the Greeks), on account of his intellectual abilities, strong character and physical beauty, a favourite of the Emperor. Disgraced on account of his religion, he was banished with other Christians into Scythia, and finally burned at the stake at Tomis on the Black Sea. Saint Julian, a priest in Galatia, was after torture beheaded.

MLA Citation

  • Monks of Ramsgate. “Macrobius and Julian”. Book of Saints, 1921. CatholicSaints.Info. 13 November 2014. Web. 20 January 2019. <>