Roman Martyrology, March 30th

This Day, the Thirtieth Day of March

At Rome, on the Appian way, the martyrdom of blessed Quirinus, tribune, baptized with all his household, by Pope Saint Alexander, who was imprisoned in his house. Under the emperor Adrian, he was delivered to the judge Aurelian, and, as he persevered in the confession of the faith, his tongue was plucked out, he was stretched on the rack, his hands and feet were cut off, and the sword terminated the course of his martyrdom.

At Thessalonica, the birthday of the holy martyrs Domninus, Victor, and their companions.

At Constantinople, the commemoration of many holy martyrs of the Catholic communion, whom the heresiarch Macedonius, in the time of Constantius, put to death by unheard-of kinds of torments. For among other tortures, he cut off the breasts of Christian women by pressing them between the lids of chests, and seared the wounds with hot iron.

At Senlis, the demise of Saint Regulus, bishop of Aries.

At Orleans, in France, Saint Pastor, bishop.

At Syracuse, Saint Zosimus, bishop and confessor.

On Mount Sinai, Saint John Climacus, abbot.

At Aquino, Saint Clinius, confessor.

And elsewhere in divers places, many other holy martyrs, confessors, and holy virgins.

V: All ye Holy Martyrs, pray for us
R: Thanks be to God

– Roman Martyrology, 1914, revised edition with the imprimatur of Cardinal James Gibbons