Where are they now?
Both readings are the ends of their books, the Acts of the Apostles and the Gospel of John. Both end with narratives focusing on Apostles: in Acts, it's Paul; in John's Gospel, it's that unnamed Apostle everyone surmises to be... John.
Both inspire the question, what happened to that Apostle? In fact, it's in the Gospel passage: "Lord, what about him?"
Both readings give the same answer: they preached the Good News; they "taught about the Lord Jesus Christ;" they testified "to these things."
That summarized their lives perfectly.
Does that summarize our lives?