“These two men were disciples of Saint Paul, and Paul's letters to them are found in the New Testament. Timothy was a close friend of Paul, working with Paul in his ministry, including serving time in prison alongside his mentor. Eventually, Timothy was consecrated as the bishop of Ephesus. He was stoned to death in 67 AD for denouncing pagan worship.
Paul named Titus the bishop of Crete. He is said to have delighted in the innate goodness of others and drew people to him for his kindness. Titus is said to have died of age. Timothy is the patron saint of stomach and intestinal disorders, while Titus is the patron saint of Crete.”
– Living With Christ, Novalis.