Saint Erastus ~ A Patron For Treasurers and City Officials

Gulf of Corinth
Saint Erastus is first mentioned in the Bible in the Book of Acts … in the midst of Paul’s Third Missionary Journey.  Paul was in Ephesus and Erastus was with him.  Erastus was sent ahead to Macedonia and later to Corinth, where he served as a treasurer.  There is a bit of ancient sidewalk  remnant in Corinth with an inscription sharing that a city official named Erastus laid the pavement at his own expense.

Click here to see some neat photos of Corinth, including one of the piece of sidewalk with the name "Erastus" engraved in it. 
Feast Day:  July 26