In the Roman Canon, after John, we find Thomas.
St. Thomas, called the Twin, was slow to believe in the Resurrection of the Lord; but he afterwards proved himself a fervent advocate and propagator of the faith among the Parthians in the East; on his way there he is said to have baptized the three Magi. He went as far as India, where, by the command of the king, he was killed by a stroke of the lance, or, according to another story, stoned and clubbed to death. As a spiritual architect, he is regarded as the patron of architecture and is, therefore, represented as holding a hewn stone or a square.
St. Thomas, pray for us!
For the Greater Glory of God,