Saint Jude Thaddeus Apostle
Jude, nicknamed Thaddeus, is that apostle who asked the Lord why he manifested to his disciples and not to the world at the last supper. He is the author of one of the letters of the New Testament. As Simon Apostle, he preached the Gospel in Asia and was martyred.
Feast of Saints Simon and Jude, Apostles, the first surnamed Canaanites or Zelotas, and the second, son of Jacob, also called Thaddeus, that at the last supper asked the Lord about their manifestation, getting this answer: who loves me, will observe my word, and my Father will love him, and we will come to him and we will make our mansion in them. Roman martyrology