Saint Zoe of Rome was a noblewoman married to a Roman official/jailer during the reign of Diocletian. She had been mute for 6 years and was healed, then baptized by St. Sebastian. Her healing helped convert her family and the prisoners that her husband was in charge of, who were then baptized by St. Polycarp. While praying at the tomb of St. Peter the Apostle, Zoe was arrested then martyred. St. Zoe appeared to St. Sebastian before his martyrdom in 288.