- Peter Tuy Le
Studied at the seminary in Vinh-Tri in the apostolic vicariate of West Tonkin (in modern Vietnam). Parish priest in Dong-Thanh, Chan-Loc, Nam-Duong and Thanh-Trai. Arrested for his faith in the persecutions of Emperor Minh Mang while minstering to a sick prishioner in Thanh-Trai. Local Christians tried to free him, failed, and to prevent further problems, Father Phêrô was sent to Hanoi. He was held there for three months and repeatedly ordered to renounce his faith and his priesthood; he refused. Martyr.
- beheaded on 11 October 1833 in Quan Ban, Vietnam
- relics enshrined at the seminary of the Foreign Missions of Paris
- “Saint Phêrô Lê Tùy“. CatholicSaints.Info. 11 October 2016. Web. 27 February 2017. <>