(Saint) Bishop, Martyr (June 7) (4th century) A celebrated Archbishop of Constantinople, strenuous upholder of the Catholic Faith against the Arians, and in the end victim to the bigotry of the Emperor Constantius. Saint Paul was ever true to the infallible guidance of the Roman Church and was held in high esteem by Pope Saint Julius and by the great Saint Athanasius. Banished to a forsaken little town in Cappadocia, he was there left without food for six days and then strangled (A.D. 350).
- Monks of Ramsgate. “Paul”. , 1921. CatholicSaints.Info. 23 August 2016. Web. 24 January 2017. <>