Book of Saints – Mark, Mucianus, Paul and Another


(Saints) Martyrs (July 3) (Date unknown) Greek Martyrs, as would appear from the Oriental Menologies. Mark and Mucian were beheaded like so many other Christians; but what has helped to preserve their memory is the bravery of the little Christian boy Paul, who persisted in crying out in the Court in which they were tried that he too was a Christian. The judge at first contented himself with ordering the child to be whipped. But the boy persisted in exclaiming against idols and idolaters, until the judge, losing patience with him, ordered him to be handed over to the executioner together with another among those present who kept crying shame on the proceedings. No clue to the date or place of this martyrdom has so far been discovered.

MLA Citation

  • Monks of Ramsgate. “Mark, Mucianus, Paul and Another”. Book of Saints, 1921. CatholicSaints.Info. 24 November 2014. Web. 20 February 2019. <>