March 7 Saints of the Day – Paul the Simple and Perpetua & Felicity

On this day in 1876, Alexander Graham Bell was granted a patent for the telephone. Sadly it never really took off, and only historians of arcane technology even remember it. Today’s eastern saint is Paul the Simple (d. ca. 339), a farmer in Egypt who at 60 years of age discovered his wife was unfaithful.… Continue reading March 7 Saints of the Day – Paul the Simple and Perpetua & Felicity