(June 1) (Saints) Martyrs (3rd century) Saint Reverianus, a Bishop, and Saint Paul, a priest, Italians by birth, appear to have been sent into Gaul as missionaries by Pope Saint Felix I, and to have been evangelising Autun and its neighbourhood at the time when the Emperor Aurelian vanquished the usurper Tetricus at Chalons (A.D. 272). Aurelian was a fierce persecutor of Christians, and by his orders, Reverianus, Paul, and ten others of the Faithful were put to the torture and afterwards beheaded.
- Monks of Ramsgate. “Reverianus, Paul and Others”. , 1921. CatholicSaints.Info. 8 April 2017. Web. 28 April 2017. <>