Saints Patrobus, Hermes, Linus, Gaius, and Philologus, Apostles of the Seventy, preached the Gospel in various cities, each enduring various hardships in their service as bishops.
Saint Patrobus (Rom 16:14) was Bishop of Neopolis (now Naples) and Puteoli in Italy.
Saint Hermes was bishop in the city of Philippoplis where he died a martyr.
Saint Linus (2 Tim 4:21) was a successor to the Apostle Peter at Rome.
Saint Gaius (Rom 16:23), was Bishop of Ephesus after Saint Timothy.
The Apostle Andrew consecrated Saint Philologus (Rom 16:15) as bishop of the city of Sinope (in the Black Sea region).