June 27 – Sampson the Hospitable; Cyril of Alexandria

Sampson the Hospitable (d. ca. 530), born of high-placed parents in Rome, studied as a doctor in Rome, and served for a time in that city, providing his services without charge (or cash or check). When his folks died he gave away all their money, set the slaves free, and caught a ship leaving Rome… Continue reading June 27 – Sampson the Hospitable; Cyril of Alexandria