St. Luke

Saint Luke is the patron of goldsmiths, brewers, surgeons, artists, and bachelors. He was one of the earliest converts to Christianity and a skilled physician. St. Luke is well-known for writing the Gospel, According to Luke and the Acts of the Apostles. Saint Luke spent most of his life evangelizing Greece and Rome with Saint Paul the Apostle. Some stories say that he was martyred but others argue that he perished of natural death. St. Luke's feast day is October 18th.