The 2005 Martyrologium Romanum (which I will remind you is a liturgical book, and is therefore required to be translated according to the norms of Liturgiam authenticam) might have a short, dense entry for the far more famous St. Nicholas, but there is a long and interesting entry for these quite unfamous African martyrs.
Perhaps some of you WDTPRSers can work up your own flawless and fluent English versions.
3. In Africa, commemoratio sanctorum martyrum, tempore vandalicae persecutionis sub Hunnerico rege ariano, gravissimis et innumeris suppliciis pro catholicae fidei defensione excruciatorum; ex quorum turma  Dionysia et filius eius Maioricus laudantur, qui, cum adulescentulus adhuc esset ac tormenta pavesceret, matris obtutibus verbisque corroboratus, ceteris fortior factus in tormentis animam reddit.
 Inter quos: sancti Aemilius medicus, Dativa, Leontia, Tertius, Bonifatius Sibidensis, Servius, Victrix.
We certainly live in difficult times for our faith in the public square.
This is not new for the life of the Church.
The Lord promised that the attacks of hell would not in the end prevail, He would.
But the Lord did not promise that the Church would survive in the USA or in Europe.
Consider the Church in North Africa and how it grew in the period after the Imperial persecutions until it was overrun by the Vandals and then Islam.
There is no Church to speak of in North Africa now, is there.
Do not be complacent.
You have a sacred obligation to shape the world around you according to your particular vocation.
How’s it going?
Are you ready were things to go very bad very quickly?