St. Felix of Nola is regarded as a martyr even though he was not put to death. He is regarded as a martyr because he endured everything for love of Jesus, especially much torture.
St. Paulinus of Nola once overheard a peasant praying at the tomb of St. Felix of Nola. He was praying because his oxen had been stolen and he wanted St. Felix to bring them back. "Restore these same animals. I shall not accept any others." When the peasant returned home he found all his oxen safely in their stalls. Since then he is venerated as the patron saint who finds and returns lost animals.
His feast day is January 14th.
From This Saint will change your life by Thomas Craughwell.