Today the Church honors an entire family. It commemorates Saint Xenophon and his family, that is, his wife Mary, and their two sons Sts. Arcadius and John.
Saint Xenophon lived under Emperor Justinian in the 6th century AD. He was a wealthy senator from Constantinople. He offered support along with his wife to the monastic brotherhoods. They were both modest and discreet. They also instilled the virtue of modesty in their children, who were sent for higher education in Beirut later on. God protected the two brothers, who were saved after a shipwreck. They fled to Palestinian monasteries, where they followed an ascetic way of life. When their parents searched for them in the Holy Land, they miraculously found both of them in Golgotha (Calvary), where they had gone on pilgrimage.
After that, they remained steadfast in their faith in the Lord. They gave all their wealth to the poor and to monasteries and lived the rest of their lives as ascetics until they reposed in the Lord.
Source: Church of Cyprus