15th Week after Pentecost. Tone five. Fast. Food with Oil
6The Universal Exaltation of the Precious and Life-giving Cross. 0Fast day. 1Repose of St. John Chrysostom (407). oNew Hieromartyr John priest (1918). oNew Hieromartyr Nicholas priest (1937). 0"Lesna" Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos (1696). oMartyr Papas of Lycaonia (305). oSt. Placilla the Empress (400), wife of Theodosius the Great. oSt. Maria of Tarsus (607). oNew Martyr Macarius of Thessalonica (Mt. Athos) (1527), disciple of St. Niphon, patriarch of Constantinople (Greek). oUncovering of the relics (2000) of Sts. Alexandra, Martha and Helen of Diveyevo. oHoly Fathers of the Seventh Ecumenical Council (Greek). oMartyr Theocles and Child-martyr Valerian (Greek).
2Great-martyr Nicetas the Goth (372). oNew Hieromartyr John priest and Virgin-martyr Eudocia (1918). oNew Hieromartyrs Andrew, Gregory, Gregory, John priests (1921). oVenerable Ignatius confessor (1932). oNew Hieromartyr Demetrius priest (1935). oNew Hieromartyrs John, Jacob, Peter priests and Nicholas deacon, Martyrs Mary and Ludmila (1937). 0Uncovering of the relics of St. Acacius the Confessor, bishop of Melitene (257). 0Martyrs Theodotus, Asclepiodotus, and Maximus of Adrianopolis (305-311). 0Martyr Porphyrius the Mime of Caesaria (361). 0Uncovering of the relics of the Holy Protomartyr and Archdeacon Stephen (415). 0Venerable Philotheus the Presbyter of Asia Minor (10th c.). 0St. Joseph, abbot, of Alaverdi in Georgia (570) (Georgia). 0"Novoniketas" Icon of the Mother of God (372). 0St. Symeon, archbishop of Thessalonica (1430). oSts. Bessarion I and Bessarion II (1540), metropolitans of Larissa (Greek). oNew Martyr John of Crete (1811) (Greek). oVenerable Gerasimus, abbot, of Sourvia (1740). oSt. Joseph the New of Partos, metropolitan of Timisoara (1656) (Romania). oSt. Mirin, abbot of Paisley.
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2Great-martyr Euphemia the All-praised, of Chalcedon (304). oNew Hieromartyr Gregory Raevsky priest (1937). oNew Hieromartyr Sergius priest (1942). oTranslation of the relics of St. Alexis of Moscow (2001). 0Repose of St. Cyprian, metropolitan of Kiev (1406). 0St. Photius, metropolitan of Kiev (1431). 0St. Kushka of Odessa confessor (1964). 0St. Sebastiana, disciple of St. Paul the Apostle, martyred at Heraclea (86). 0Martyr Melitina of Marcianopolis (2nd c.). 0Martyrs Victor and Sosthenes at Chalcedon (304). 0Venerable Dorotheus, hermit of Egypt (4th c.). 0Martyr Ludmilla (927), grandmother of St. Wenceslaus, prince of the Czechs. 0Venerable Procopius, abbot, of Sazava in Bohemia (1053). 0New Martyrs Isaac and Joseph, who suffered at Karnu, Georgia (808) (Georgia). 0The Icon of the Mother of God, named "Support of the Humble" (1420). oSt. Ninian, bishop of Whithorn (Candida Casa) ( 432) (Celtic & British). oVenerable Edith, nun, of Wilton, England (984) (Celtic & British). oVenerable Cyprian of Serbia (Serbia).
1Martyrs Sophia and her three daughters: Faith (Vera), Hope (Nadezhda), and Love (Lyubov), at Rome (137). oNew Hieromartyrs Paul, Theodosius, Nicodemus and Seraphim (1918). oVirgin-martyr Irene (1931). oMartyr John (1941). oVirgin-martyr Alexandra (1943). 0Martyr Theodota at Nicaea (230) and Agathoklea. 0156 Martyrs of Palestine, including bishops Peleus and Nilus, the presbyter Zeno, and the noblemen Patermuthius and Elias (310). 0St. Joachim, patriarch of Alexandria (1567). 0"Tsaregrad" (1071) and Makar'evsk "Directress" (1442) Icons of the Mother of God. oUncovering of the relics of St. John of Shanghai. oMartyrs Lucy, and her son Geminian of Rome (303). oHieromartyrs Heraclides and Myron, bishops of Cyprus (1st c.). oMartyrs Socrates and Stephen. oSt. Lambert, hieromartyr of Maastricht (704) (Neth.). o100 Martyrs of Egypt. (Greek). oVenerable Anastasius of Perioteron in Cyprus (12th c.) (Greek). oVenerable Eusipius of Cyprus (Greek). oMartyrs Charalampus, Panteleon and others (Greek).
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1Venerable Eumenes, bishop of Gortyna (7th c.). 0Glorification (1698) of Venerable Euphrosyne, nun, of Suzdal (1250). 0Venerable Hilarion of Optina (1873). oNew Hieromartyrs Alexis and Peter priests (1918). oNew Hieromartyrs Amphilius bishop of Krasnoiarsk, John, Boris, Michael, Vladimir, Benjamin, Constantine priests and Martyr Sergius (1937). 0Martyr Ariadne of Phrygia (2nd c.). 0Martyrs Sophia and Irene of Egypt (3rd c.). 0Martyr Castor of Alexandria. 0Great-martyr Prince Bidzini and Martyrs Prince Elizbar and Prince Shalva of Ksani, Georgia (1661) (Georgia). 0Synaxis of New Martyrs and Confessors of Vladimir region. 0Molchensk (1405), named the "Healer" (18th C) and Starorussk (returned in 1888) Icons of the Mother of God. oSt. Arcadius, bishop of Novgorod (1162).
0Saturday after the Universal Elevation of the Precious and Life-Creating Cross of the Lord 1Martyrs Trophimus, Sabbatius, and Dorymedon of Synnada (276). 3St. Theodore, prince of Smolensk and Yaroslav (1299), and his children Sts. David and Constantine. oNew Martyr Priest Constantine (Golubev) of Bogorodsk, and two others with him (1918). oNew Hieromartyr Nicholas priest (1919). oVenerable Alexis, Hieroschemamonk of Zosima Hermitage (1928). oNew Martyr Constantine priest (1937). oNew Martyr Nilus priest, Virgin-martyr Mary (1938). 0Martyr Zosimas, hermit of Cilicia (4th c.). 0Blessed George (Igor), Prince of Chernigov (1147). oHieromartyr Januarius, bishop of Benevento, and his companions: Sosius, Proclus and Festus, deacons, Gantiol, Eutychius, Acutius, and Desiderius, at Puzzuoli (305). oSt. Seguanos of Gaul (Gaul). oSt. Theodore of Tarsus, archbishop of Canterbury (690) (Celtic & British).
0Sunday after the Universal Elevation of the Precious and Life-Creating Cross of the Lord 2Great-martyr Eustathius (Eustace) Placidas, his wife Martyr Theopistes, and their children Martyrs Agapius and Theopistus, of Rome (118). 3Holy Martyr and Confessor Michael and his counselor Theodore, wonderworkers of Chernigov (1245). oNew Hieromartyr Anatole (Kamensky), archbishop of Irkutsk (1925). oNew Hieromartyrs Theoktist and Alexander priests (1937). 0Venerable Oleg, prince of Briansk (1285). 0Synaxis of All Saints of Briansk. oMartyr John the Confessor of Egypt, beheaded in Palestine, and with him 40 Martyrs (310). oNew Martyr Hilarion of Crete (Mt. Athos) (1804) (Greek). oVenerables Theodore and Euprepius and two named Anastasius, confessors and disciples of St. Maximus the Confessor (7th c.). oMartyrs Artemidorus and Thalos (Greek). oSt. Meletius of Crete (Greek). oVenerable Kyr John of Crete (Greek). oSt. Eustathius, archbishop of Thessalonica (1194).
3Apodosis of the Exaltation of the Cross. 1Apostle Quadratus of the Seventy (130). 4Uncovering of the relics (1752) of St. Demetrius, metropolitan of Rostov (1709). oNew Hieromartyrs Alexander, Alexis, Constantine, John priests (1918). oNew Hieromartyr Mavrikius and with him Martyr Basil and Vladimir (1937). oNew Hieromartyrs Valentin, Alexander, John, Andrew, Peter, John priests (1937). oNew Hieromartyr Theophan (Tuliakov), metropolitan of Lipetsk and Belo-Russia (1937). oNew Hieromartyr John priest (1938). oNew Hieromartyr Basil priest (1942). 0Venerable Daniel, abbot of Shugh Hill (Novgorod) (16th c.). 0Venerable Joseph of Zaonikiev Monastery (Vologda) (1612). 0Hieromartyr Hypatius, bishop of Ephesus, and his presbyter Andrew (730). 0Sts. Isaacius and Meletius, bishops of Cyprus. 0Martyr Eusebius of Phoenicia (2nd c.) and Martyr Priscus of Phrygia. oMartyrs Eusebius, Nestabus, Zeno, and Nestor the Confessor of Gaza (4th c.). oVenerable Jonah the Sabbaite (9th c.) (Greek). oSynaxis of All Saints of Uglich.
1Prophet Jonah (9th c. B.C.). 1Hieromartyr Phocas, bishop of Sinope (117). 1Venerable Jonah the Presbyter (9th c.), father of St. Theophanes the Hymnographer and St. Theodore Graptus. oBlessed Parasceve od Diveevo (1915). oNew Martyr Benjamin bishop of Romanovsk (1930). 0Venerable Jonah, abbot of Yash Lake (1589). 0Venerable Macarius, abbot of Zhabyn (1623). 0Synaxis of All Saints of Tula. 0Martyr Phocas the Gardener of Sinope (320). 0St. Peter the Tax-collector of Constantinople (6th c.). 0Hieromartyr Theodosius of Brazsk (1694) (Romania). oThe 26 Martyrs of Zographou Monastery, Mt. Athos, martyred by the Latins (1284) (Greek). oMartyrs Isaac and Martin. oVenerable Theophanes the Silent, recluse of the Kiev Caves. oVenerable Cosmas, desert-dweller of Zographou, Mt. Athos (1323) (Greek). oHieromartyr Emmeram, bishop in Gaul, martyred at Regensburg (690) (Bavaria).. oIcon of the Most Holy Theotokos "She Who is Quick to Hear" (14th C).
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3The Conception of the Honorable, Glorious Prophet, Forerunner and Baptist John. 1Canonization (1977) of St. Innocent Metropolitan of Moscow. oNew Hieromartyr John priest (1937). oNew Hieromartyr Arsenius archbishop (1937). 0Venerables Xanthippa and Polyxena (109), disciples of the Apostles, who died in Spain. 0Virgin-martyr Irais (Rhais) of Alexandria (308). 0Martyrs Andrew, John, Peter, and Antoninus of Syracuse, martyred in Africa (886). 0"Slovensk" Icon of the Mother of God (1635). 0"Hawaiian" Myrrh-streaming Iveron Ikon of the Theotokos (2007). oNew Martyr Nicholas Pantopolis at Constantinople (1672) (Greek). oNew Martyr John of Epirus (1814). oVenerable Adamnan, abbot of Iona, biographer of St. Columba (704) (Celtic & British).
2Holy Protomartyr and Equal-to-the-Apostles Thecla of Iconium (1st c.). oSt. Gabriel, of Pskov-Eleazar Monastery and Kazan (1915). oNew Hieromartyr Basil deacon (1918). oNew Hieromartyrs Andrew and Paul priests, Hieromartyr Vitaly and Martyrs Basil, Sergius and Spiridon (1937). oNew Hieromartyr Nicander priest (1939). 0Venerable Nicander, hermit of Pskov (1581). 0Martyrdom of St. Galacteon, monk of Vologda (1612). 0Venerable Coprius of Palestine (530). 0Saint Vladislav of Serbia (1239). 0Icons of the Most Holy Theotokos of "Mirozh" and "Of the Myrtle Tree" (1198). oVenerable Abramius, abbot of Mirozh (Pskov) (1158). oVenerables Stephen the First-Crowned (in monasticism Simon) (1224), David, and Vladislav (1239), of Serbia. oRighteous Euphrosyne, daughter of St. Paphnutius of Egypt. oVenerable Dorothea of Kashin (1629). oArrival in America of the first Orthodox Mission: Sts. Herman, Juvenaly, and others (1794). oSt. Isarnus of Marseilles (1043).
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1Venerable Euphrosyne, nun, of Alexandria (445). 4Repose of Venerable Sergius, abbot, of Radonezh (1392). oSt. Nicholas confessor, priest (1941). oUncovering of the relics of New Hieromartyrs Alexander Smirnov and Theodore Remizov priests (1985). 0Venerable Euphrosyne, nun, of Suzdal (1250). 0Translation of the relics of St. Herman, archbishop of Kazan (1595). 0Venerable Dosithea the Recluse of Kiev (1776). 0Martyr Paphnutius and 546 companions in Egypt (3rd c.). oCommemoration of the earthquake in Constantinople in 447, when a boy was lifted to heaven and heard the "Trisagion". oSt. Finbar (Barry), bishop of Cork (Ireland) (Celtic & British). oSt. Cadoc of Llancarfan (Wales) (577) (Celtic & British). oMartyrs Paul and Tatta and their children Sabinian, Maximus, Rufus, and Eugene of Damascus (Greek). oSt. Arsenius the Great, Catholicos of Georgia (887).
5Repose of the Holy Apostle and Evangelist John the Theologian. 4Canonization of St. Tikhon, Patriarch of Moscow (1989). oNew Hieromartyrs Athanasius, Alexander, Demetrius priests, martyrs John, Nicholas (1937). oNew Hieromartyr Vladimir priest (1939). 0Venerable Ephraim, abbot of Perekop, wonderworker of Novgorod (1492). 0Righteous Gideon, judge of Israel. 0Neagoe, prince of Wallachia (1521) (Romania). oVenerable Nilus of Rossano (Calabria) (1044). oArrival of the Iveron Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos in Georgia (1989) (Georgia).
0Synaxis of All Saints Who Shone Forth in the Spanish and Portuguese Lands (movable holiday on the Sunday before September 29th). 1Martyr Callistratus and his company (49 Martyrs) of Carthage (304). 3Venerable Sabbatius, wonderworker of Solovki (1435). oNew Hieromartyr Demetrius priest (1918). oNew Hieromartyrs Herman bishop of Volsk and Michael priest (1919). 3Hieromartyr Peter, metropolitan of Krutitsa (1937). oNew Hieromartyr Theodore priest (1937). 0Apostles Mark, Aristarchus, and Zenas of the Seventy. 0Martyr Epicharis of Rome (284). 0Venerable Ignatius, abbot of the monastery of the Deep Stream (970). 0Saint Anthimus of Iberia, metropolitan of Wallachia (1716) (Romania). oVenerables Sergius (1392) and Nikon (1426) abbots of Radonezh. oNew Martyr Aquilina of Thessalonica (1764) (Greek). oSt. Flavian, Archbishop of Antioch (381-404). oSt. Rachel, schemanun of Borodino Convent (1928). oSt. Sigebert, king of the East Angles, martyr (635) (Celtic & British). oSt. Barry, disciple of St. Cadoc. oMartyr Fortunatus and Hieromartyr Philemon (Greek). oMartyr Gaiana (Greek). o25 Martyrs drowned in the sea (Greek).
4Venerable Chariton the Confessor, abbot of Palestine (350). 3Venerables Cyril, schemamonk and Maria, schemanun (1337) (parents of St. Sergius of Radonezh). oUncovering of the relics of St. Elizabeth Romanov (1918). oMartyress Anna (1925). oNew Martyr Hilarion, Virgin-martyr Michaela (1937). oVirgin-martyr Tatiana (1942). 0 Synaxis of the Saints of the Kievan Caves Monastery, venerated in the near caves of Venerable Anthony: Anthony the Founder (1073) - Prochorus the Gardener and Wonderworker (1107) - John the Faster (12th c.) - Juliana the Virgin, Princess of Ol'shansk (c.1550) - Monkmartyrs Basil and Theodore (1098) - Polycarp, Archimandrite of the Kievan Caves (1182) - Varlaam, Abbot of the Kievan Caves (1065) - Damian the Presbyter and Healer (1071) - Nicodemus the Prosphora-baker (12th c.) - Lawrence the Hermit, Bishop of Turov (12th C) - Athanasius the Hermit (c.1176) - Gerasim the Black-Robed (12th c.) - Luke, Steward of the Kievan Caves (13th c.) - Agapit the Unmercenary Physician (c.1095) - Theophilus the Clear-sighted and John the God-pleasing (12th c.) - Nectarios (12th c.) - Gregory the Iconographer (12th c.) - Hieromartyr Kuksha, Enlightener of the Vyati (12th c.) - Alexis the Hermit (13th c.) - Sava the God-pleasing (13th c.) - Sergius the Obedient (13th c.) - Mercurius, Bishop of Smolensk (1239) - Pimen the Muchailing (1110) - Nestor the Chronicler (c.1114) - Monkmartyr Evstratius (1097) - Elladius the Hermit (12th-13th c.) - Jeremiah the Clairvoyant (11th c.) - Monkmartyr Moses the Hungarian (c.1031-1043) - John the Much-ailing (1160) - Mark the Grave-Digger (12th c.) - Nikola Svyatosha, Prince of Chernigov (1143) - Martyr Gregory the Wonderworker (1093) - Onysimus the Hermit (12th-13th c.) - Matthew the Clairvoyant (11th c.) - Isaiah the Wonderworker (1115) - Abraham the Lover of Labor (12th-13th c.) - Niphont, Bishop of Novgorod (1156) - Sylvester the Wonderworker (12th c.) - Pimen the Faster (12th c.) - Onuphrius the Silent (12th c.) - Anatolius the Hermit (12th c.) - Alipy the Iconographer (1114) - Sisois the Hermit (12th-13th c.) - Theophilus the Hermit (12th-13th c.) - Arethas the Hermit (c.1195) - Spiridon the Prosphora-baker (12th c.) - Onysiphorus the Confessor (1148) - Simon, Bishop of Suzdal (12th c.) - Nikon, Abbot of Kievan Caves (1088) - Theophan the Faster (12th c.) - Macarius (12th c.) - Monkmartyr Anastasius the Deacon (12th c.) - 12 Master Architects (11th c.) - Abraham the Hermit (12th-13th c.) - Isaac the Hermit (c.1190) - Martyr John the Infant (11th-12th c.) - Elias of Murom (c.1188) - Nikon the Lean (12th c.) - Ephraim, Bishop of Pereyaslavl' (c.1098) - Tito the Hieromonk (1190). 0Venerable Chariton, monk, of Syanzhema Lake (Vologda) (1509). 0Venerable Herodion, abbot, of Iloezersk (1541). 0Prophet Baruch (6th c. B.C.). 0Martyrs Alexander, Alphius, Zosimas, Mark, Nicon, Neon, Heliodorus, and 24 others in Pisidia and Phrygia (4th c.). 0Martyrdom of St. Wenceslaus, prince of the Czechs (935). oSt. Juliana, Princess of Olshansk. oMartyr Eustace of Rome (Greek). oSt. Faustus, bishop of Riez (495). oSt. Leoba, abbess of Bischofsheim, English missionary to Germany (779). oSt. Alkison, bishop of Nicopolis (Preveza) in Epirus (561). oSt. Auxentius the Alaman, Wonderworker of Cyprus (12th c.). oSt. Neophytus the Recluse of Cyprus (1214) (Cypriote). oSt. Machan, disciple of St. Cadoc.
2Venerable Cyriacus the Hermit of Palestine (556). oNew Hieromartyr John, archbishop of Riga in Latvia (1934). 0Martyrs Dada, Gabdelas, and Casdoe (Casdoa) of Persia (4th c.). 0Venerable Theophanes the Merciful of Gaza. oUncovering of the relics of St. John of Shanghai and San Francisco the Wonderworker (ROCOR) oHoly Martyr Gudelia of Persia (4th c.). oVenerable Cyprian, abbot, of Ustiug (Vologda) (1276). oThe Eighty Holy Martyrs of Byzantium (4th c.). oMartyrs Tryphon, Trophimus, and Dorymedon, and 150 Martyrs m Palestine (Greek). oTranslation of the relics of Venerable Neophytus the Recluse of Cyprus (1214) (Greek). oSt. Auxentius the Wonderworker (Greek). oNew Monk-martyr Malachias of Rhodes (1500). oSt. Onuphrius the Wonderworker of Garesja, Georgia (18th c.).
6The Protection of Our Most Holy Lady the Theotokos and Ever-Virgin Mary. 1Apostle Ananias of the Seventy (1st c.). 1Venerable Romanus the Melodist of Constantinople (556). 3Venerable Sabbas, abbot of Vishera (Novgorod) (1461). oNew Hieromartyr Alexis priest (1918). oNew Hieromartyr Michael priest (1920). oNew Hieromartyrs Alexander, Gregory, Nicholas priests, Martyr John (1937). oNew Hieromartyr Archpriest Ismael Rozhdestvensky, of Strelna (St. Petersburg) (1938). oNew Hieromartyr Theodore (1940). 0Martyr Domninus of Thessalonica (4th c.). 0Martyr Michael, abbot in Armenia, and 36 Fathers with him (790). 0Miracle of the Pillar with the Robe of the Lord under it at Mtskheta (330) (Georgia). 0Synaxis of All Saints of Moldova. 0 Liublinsk, Pskov-Protection, Kasperovsk, Brailovsk, Gerbovetsk and Barsk Icons of the Mother of God. oVenerable John Kukuzelis the Singer of Mt. Athos (ca. 1341) (Greek). oVenerable Gregory the Singer of Mt. Athos (1355) (Greek). oVenerable Bavo of Haarlem (659) (Neth.). oSt. Remigius of Rheims, apostle to the Franks (533). oKing Mirian and Queen Nana of Mtskheta, St. Abiathar of Mtskheta, and St. Sidonia, disciple of St. Nina (4th c.). oSt. Melchizedek, catholicos-patriarch of Georgia (11th c.). oMartyr-prince Mylor of Brittany.
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2Hieromartyr Cyprian, Virgin-martyr Justina and Martyr Theoctist of Nicomedia (304). 1Blessed Andrew, fool-for-Christ at Constantinople (911). 0St. Theodore of Sanaskar (Ushakov), admiral of the Russian Navy (1817). oVirgin-martyr Alexandra (1938). 0Venerable Anna of Kashin (1338). 0Venerable Cassian, monk, of Uglich (1504). 0Martyrs David and Constantine, princes of Argveti, Georgia (740) (Georgia). oBlessed Cyprian of Suzdal, fool-for-Christ (1622). oNew Martyr George of Philadelphia in Asia Minor (Mt. Athos) (1794) (Greek). oVenerable Damaris of Athens (1st c.) (Greek). oGreat-martyr Theodore (Gavra) of Atran in Chaldia of Pontus (1180) (Greek). oVenerable Theophilus the Confessor (Greek).
2Hieromartyr Dionysius (Dennys) the Areopagite, and with him Martyrs Rusticus and Eleutherius (96). oNew Hiero-confessor Agathangelus (Preobrazhensky), metropolitan of Yaroslavl (1928). oFinding of the relics (1988) of Venerable Ambrose of Optina (1911). oSt. Jerome of Aegina (1966). 0Venerable Dionysius, recluse of the Kiev Caves (15th c.). 0Venerable John the Chozebite, bishop of Caesarea in Palestine (532). 0Blessed Hesychius the Silent of Mt. Horeb (6thc.). 0Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos "Trubchevsk" (1765). oHieromartyr Dionysius, archbishop of Alexandria and eight martyrs with him (257-8). oSt. Leger of Autun (679) (Gaul). oHieromartyrs Hewald the White and Hewald the Black, at Cologne. oMartyr Theoctistus (Greek). oMartyr Theagenes (Greek).
1Hieromartyr Hierotheus, bishop of Athens (1st c.). 3Uncovering of the relics (1595) of St. Gurias, first archbishop of Kazan (1563) and St. Barsanuphius, bishop of Tver (1576). 1Synaxis of All Saints of Kazan. oNew Hieromartyr Demetrius priest (1918). oNew Hieromartyrs Demetrius priest Nicholas, Micael, Jacob and Tikhon priests, Martyr Basil (1937). oSt. Khionia confessor (1945). 0St. Vladimir Yaroslavich, prince of Novgorod (1052), and his mother, St. Anna of Novgorod (1050). 0Venerables Helladius and Onesimus of the Near Caves in Kiev (12th-13th c.). 0Venerable Ammon of the Far Caves in Kiev (13th c.). 0Martyrs Gaius, Faustus, Eusebius, and Chaeremon of Alexandria (3rd c.). 0Venerable Peter of Capitolia, bishop of Bostra (715). 0Martyrs Domnina and her daughters Berenice (Bernice) and Prosdoce, of Syria (4th c.). 0Venerable Paul the Simple (340) and Venerable Ammon (350), of Egypt, disciples of St. Anthony the Great. 0Martyr Adauctus and his daughter St. Callisthene, of Ephesus (4th c.). 0Martyr Stephen (Stiljanovich) of Serbia (1515) and his wife, St. Elena (Serbia). oBlessed Elizabeth of Serbia (Greek). oSt. Theodore the Wonderworker, bishop of Tamassos in Cyprus (2nd. c.). oSt. John (Lampadistes) of Cyprus (10th c.). oSts. Jonah and Nectarius of Kazan, monks (16th c.). oMartyr Evdemoz the Catholicos of Georgia (1642). oVenerable Peor recluse of the Kiev Caves (13 c.). oSt. Peter (Michurin) of Siberia (1820).
4Holy and Glorious Apostle Thomas (1st c.). oNew Hieromartyr John priest (1937). oVirgin-martyr Eroteis of Cappadocia. oNew Martyr Macarius at Kion in Bithynia (Mt. Athos) (1590) (Greek). oIcon of the Most Holy Theotokos "O All-Hymned Mother". oVenerable Cindeus of Cyprus, monk (Greek).
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2Martyrs Sergius and Bacchus in Syria (290-303). oSt. Jonah, bishop of Manchuria (1925). oNew Hieromartyr Priest Valentine Sventsitsky of Moscow (1931) and Priest Nicholas Kazansky (1931). oNew Hieromartyr Nicholas priest (1942). 0Venerable Sergius the Obedient of the Kiev Caves (13th c.). 0Venerable Sergius, abbot of Nurma (Vologda) (1412) , disciple of Venerable Sergius of Radonezh. 0Uncovering of the relics (1514) of Venerable Martinian, abbot of Byelozersk (White Lake) (1483). 0Martyrs Julian, presbyter, and Caesarius, deacon, at Terracina (1st c.). 0Virgin-martyr Pelagia of Tarsus (287). 0Martyr Polychronius of Gamphanitus (4th c.). 0Pskov Icon of the Mother of God named "Tenderness" (1524). oMartyrs Eusebius and Felix at Terracina. oSt. Dubtach, bishop of Armagh (Scotland) (513) (Celtic & British). oHoly Martyr Princess Osyth of Chich (England) (ca. 700) (Celtic & British). o99 Fathers of Crete (Greek). oSt. Leontius the Governor (Greek). oVenerable Joseph, elder of Mokhevi, wonderworker of Georgia (1763) (Georgia).
1Venerable Pelagia the Penitent of the Mount of Olives (457). oNew Hieromartyrs Demetrius archbishop of Mozhaysk and with him John deacon, Hieromartyr Ambrosius and Pakhomius, Virgin-martyr Tatiana, Martyr Nicholas, Virgin-martyrs Mary and Nadezhda (1937). oNew Hieromartyr Jonah bishop of Velizhsk, Hieromartyr Seraphim, New Hieromartyrs Peter, Basil, Paul, Peter, Vladimir priests, Martyrs Victor, John, Nicholas and Virgin-martyr Elizabeth (1937). oNew Hieromartyr Barlaam (end of 1930th). 0Venerable Dositheus, abbot of Verkneostrov (Pskov) (1482). 0Venerable Tryphon, abbot, of Vyatka (1612). 0Synaxis of All Saints of Vyatka. 0Venerable Thais (Taisia) of Egypt (4th c.). 0Virgin-martyr Pelagia of Antioch (303). oNew Monk-martyr Ignatius of Bulgaria and Mt. Athos (1814). oSt. Anthony, bishop of Novgorod (1232). oSt. Keyene, hermitess of Cornwall. oSt. Iwi, hierodeacon of Lindisfarne. oTranslation of the relics of St. Aidan, bishop of Lindisfarne and enlightener of Northumbria. oTranslation of the relics of St. Ceolfrith, abbot of Wearmouth and Jarrow. oSt. Triduana, nun of Restalrig.
18th Week after Pentecost. Tone eight. Fast. Food with Oil
4Holy Apostle James, son of Alphaeus (1st c.). 1Venerable Andronicus and his wife Venerable Athanasia of Egypt (500). oNew Hieromartyrs Constantine and Peter priests (1918). oNew Hieromartyr Constantine priest (1937). oUncovering of the relics of Venerable Sebastian Fomin (1997). 0Righteous Forefather Abraham (2000 B.C.) and his nephew Righteous Lot. 0Martyrs Juventius and Maximus at Antioch (4th c.). 0St. Publia the Confessor of Antioch (360). 0Venerable Peter of Galatia (9th c.). 0Icons of the Most Holy Theotokos "Korsun" (Cherson) and "Assuage My Sorrow". oSt. Stephen the New of Serbia (1427) (Serbia). oSt. Demetrius, patriarch of Alexandria (231). oHieromartyr Dionysius (Denis, Denys) of Paris, bishop (258) (Celtic & British). oVenerable Stephen the Blind, king of Serbia (1468).
1Martyrs Eulampius and Eulampia at Nicomedia and 200 Martyrs with them (296). 1St. Innocent, bishop of Penza (1819). 4Venerable Ambrose of Optina (1891). oNew Hieromartyr Theodore (Pozdeev) archbishop of Volokolamsk (1937). 0Saint Amphylochius, Bishop of Vladimir-Volyn (1122). 0Synaxis of the seven Saints of Volhynia: Sts. Stephen and Amphilocius (1122), bishops of Vladimir in Volhynia; St. Theodore (in monasticism Theodosius), prince of Ostrog (1483); St. Juliana Olshanskaya (1540); Venerable Job of Pochaev (1651); Hieromartyr Macarius, archimandrite of Kanev (1678); and St. Yaropolk-Peter, prince of Vladimir in Volhynia (1086). 0Blessed Andrew of Totma, fool-for-Christ (1673). 0Martyr Theotecnus of Antioch (4th c.). 0Venerable Bassian of Constantinople (ca. 458). 0Venerable Theophilus the Confessor of Bulgaria (716). oMartyrdom of the 26 Martyrs of Zographou Monastery on Mt. Athos by the Latins: Abbot Thomas, monks Barsanuphius, Cyril, Micah, Simon, Hilarion, Job, James, Cyprian, Sabbas, James, Martinian, Cosmas, Sergius, Paul, Menas, Ioasaph, Ioannicius, Anthony, Euthymius, Dometian, Parthenius, and four laymen (1284). oSt. Paulinus, archbishop of York (644) (Celtic & British). oSt. Pinytus, bishop of Knossos in Crete (2nd. c.). oZographou Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos "Of the Akathist". 4Synaxis of the Saints of Optina: Leo (1841), Macarius (1894), Moses (1862), Anthony (1865), Hilarion (1873), Ambrose (1891), Anatolius (1894), Isaacius (1894), Joseph (1911), Barsanuphius (1913), Anatolius (1922), Nectarius (1928), Nicon (1931), and Isaacius (1936). oMartyrs of the Theban Legion along the Rhine: Sts. Cassius and Florentius at Bonn, Sts. Gereon and Companions at Cologne, and Sts. Victor and Companions at Xanten (Germany) (304).
1Commemoration of the Holy Fathers of the Seventh Ecumenical Council (787). 1Holy Apostle Philip of the Seventy, one of the seven deacons (1st c.). 1Venerable Theophanes the Confessor and Hymnographer, bishop of Nicaea (850). 0Venerable Leonid of Optina (1841). 1Synaxis of the Saints of Optina: St. Leonid (repose) (1841), St. Macarius (1860), St. Moses (1862), St. Anthony (1865), St. Hilarion (1873), St. Ambrose (1891), St. Anatole (the "Elder") (1894), St. Isaac I (1894), St. Joseph (1911), St. Barsanuphius (1913), St. Anatole (the "Younger") (1922), St. Nektary (1928), St. Nikon the Confessor (1931), New Hieromartyr Archimandrite Isaac II (1937). oNew Hieromartyrs Philaret and Alexander priests (1918). oNew Hieromartyr Juvenalius (Maslovsky) bishop of Riazan (1937). 0Venerable Theophanes, faster of the Kiev Caves (12th c.). 0Martyrs Zenaida (Zenais) and Philonilla of Tarsus in Cilicia (1st c.). oSts. Nectarius (397), Arcadius (405), and Sinisius (427), patriarchs of Constantinople. oSt. Gommar, patron of Lier (775) (Neth.). oVenerable Ethelburga, abbess of the monastery of Barking (England) (676) (Celtic & British.). oVenerable Cainnech (Kenneth), abbot of Aghaboe (Ireland) (600) (Celtic & British). oSt. Philotheus (Kokkinos) of Mt. Athos, patriarch of Constantinople (1379). oCommemoration of the miracle from the Icon of Our Lord Jesus Christ in Beirut of Phonecia.
1Martyrs Probus, Tarachus, and Andronicus at Tarsus in Cilicia (304). 1Venerable Cosmas the Hymnographer, bishop of Maiuma (787). oSt. Euphrosyne (Mezenova) the Faster, schema-abbess of Siberia (1918). oNew Hieromartyr John (1930). oNew Hieromartyr John (Pommer) bishop of Riga (1934). oVenerable Laurence (1937). oNew Hieromartyr Nicholas confessor mitropoliten of Alma-Ata (1955). oNew Hieromartyr Alexander priest (1940). 0Venerables Amphilochius (1452), Macarius, and Tarasius, abbots, and Theodosius, monk, of Glushitsa Monastery (Vologda). 0Martyr Domnina of Anazarbus (286). 0St. Martin the Merciful, bishop of Tours (397). 0Translation from Malta to Gatchina of a part of the Life-Creating Cross of the Lord, together with the Philermia Icon of the Mother of God, and the right hand of Saint John the Baptist (1799). 0"Jerusalem" (48), "Yaroslav-Smolensk" (1642), "Rudensk" (1687) and "Kaluga" (1748) Icons of the Mother of God. oSt. Mobhi of Glasnevin (544) (Celtic & British). oSt. Edwin, king and martyr (633) (Celtic & British). oSt. Wilfrid, archbishop of York (709) (Celtic & British). oVenerable Anastasia of Rome (250) (Greek). oSt. Theodotus, bishop of Ephesus (Greek). oSt. Jason, bishop of Damascus (Greek). oVenerable Symeon the New Theologian (1021) (Greek). oVenerable Theosebius the God-bearer of Arsinoe in Cyprus (Greek). oMartyrs Malfethos and Anthea (Greek). oHieromartyr Maximilian, bishop of Noricum (284).
4Translation into Moscow of the Iveron Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos (1648). 1Martyrs Carpus, bishop at Thyateira, Papylus the deacon, Agathadorus, and Agathonica at Pergamus (251). oNew Hieromartyrs Innocent and Nicholas priests (1937). oReturning of the relics Venerable and God-bearing Father Sabbas the Sanctified (439-532) to the monastery of Massaba in Jordan on October 24, 1965. oUncovering of the relics of Hieromartyr Thaddeus, archbishop of Tver (1993). 0Venerable Benjamin of the Kiev Caves (14th c.). 0Martyr Florentius of Thessalonica (1st-2nd c.). 0Martyr Benjamin, deacon, of Persia (ca. 424). 0Venerable Nicetas the Confessor of Paphlagonia (838). 0St. Meletius, archbishop of Alexandria (1601). 0Great Martyr Zlata (Chryse) of Meglin, Bulgaria and Serbia (1795) (Bulgaria and Serbia). 0Kazan "Of the Seven Lakes" Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos (17th c.). oSt. Vanantius of Tours (400) (Gaul). oSt. Anthony Metropolitan of Chkondidi and his disciple Hieromonk Jacob the Elder (18th-19th c.) (Georgia). oSt. Cogman, abbot of Lochalsh.
19th Week after Pentecost. Tone one. Fast. Food with Oil
1Martyrs Nazarius, Gervase, Protase, and Celsus of Milan (1st c.). 3Venerable Parasceva (Petka) of Epibatima, Thrace, whose relics are in Iasi, Romania (11th c.). oNew Hieromartyr Michael priest (1921). oSt. Ambrose, bishop of Kamenets-Podolsk (1932). oNew Hieromartyr Peter priest (1937). oNew Hieromartyr Maximilian (1938). 0Venerable Nikola Sviatosha, prince of Chernigov and wonderworker of the Kiev Caves (1143). 0Hieromartyr Silvanus of Gaza (311). 0"Yakhrom" (15th c.) Icon of the Mother of God. oVenerable Cosmas, abbot of Yakhroma (1494). oVenerable Euthymius the New of Thessalonica, confessor (889) (Greek). oSt. Ignatius, metropolitan of Mithymna (1566) (Greek). oMartyr Peter Apselamus of Eleutheropolis in Palestine (309). oSt. Burchard, first bishop of Wurzburg, English missionary to Germany (754). oSt. Cosmas the Hymnographer, bishop of Maiuma (787) (Greek). oVenerable Manacca, abbess of Cornwall.
1Venerable Euthymius the New of Thessalonica, monk of Mt. Athos (889). 1Martyr Lucian, presbyter of Greater Antioch (312). oNew Hieromartyr Simeon priest (1918). oNew Hieromartyr Valerian Novitsky, priest of Telyadovich (1930). oNew Hieromartyr Demetrius priest (1942). oSt. Athanasius (Sakharov) the Confessor, bishop of Kovrov (1962). oSynaxis of Twenty-three New Martyrs of Belorussia: archbishop Seraphim (Shakhmut), archpriest Alexander Shalay, archpriest Vladimir Zubkov, archpriest Vladimir Izmajlov, archpriest Vladimir Pasternatsky, archpriest Vladimir Khirasko, archpriest Demetrius Pavsky, archpriest John Voronec, archpriest Leonod Biriukovich, archpriest Matthew Kritsuk, archpriest Michael Novitsky, archpriest Michael Polishevsky, archpriest Porfiry Rubanovich, archpriest Sergius Rodakovsky, priest Valerian Novitsky, priest Vladimir Taliush, priest Vladimir Khrischanovich, priest Demetrius Polyshevsky, priest John Vecherko, priest John Pankratovich, priest Nicholas Matskevich, priest Peter Grudinsky and deacon Nicholas Vasiukovich. 0St. John, bishop of Suzdal (1385). 0Hieromartyr Lucian, presbyter of the Kiev Caves (1243). 0Martyrs Sarbelus and Bebai (Barbea) of Edessa (2nd c.). 0St. Sabinus, bishop of Catania (760). 0Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos "She Who Ripens the Grain" (19th c.). oSt. Dionysius, archbishop of Suzdal (1373). oSt. Barses the Confessor, bishop of Edessa (378). oSt. Thecla, abbess of Ochsenfurt ( 790) (Germany). oSt. Aurelia of Strasburg (Alsace) (383) (Gaul).
19th Week after Pentecost. Tone one. Fast. By Monastic Charter: Strict Fast (Bread, Vegetables, Fruits)
1Venerable Longinus the Centurion, who stood at the Cross of the Lord (1st c.). oSt. Gregory confessor, priest (1931). oNew Hieromartyr Eugene priest (1918). oNew Hieromartyr Alexis priest (1938). oNew Hieromartyr John priest (1942). 0Venerable Longinus the Gate-keeper of the Kiev Caves (13th c.). 0St. Longinus of Yaranga (1544). oVenerable Longinus, monk, of Koryazhemka (Vologda) (1540). oVenerable Eupraxia, abbess, before tonsure Princess Euphrosyne of Pskov (1243). oVenerable Malus the Hermit. oVenerable Gall, Irish monk and enlightener of Switzerland (646) (Celtic & British). oVenerable Sabinus, monk (Greek). oMartyrs Isaurus and Aphrodisius, who suffered with St. Longinus (1st. c.). oSt. Domna, fool-for-Christ of Tomsk (1872).
1Prophet Hosea (Osee) (820 B.C.). 1Monk-martyr Andrew of Crete (767). oNew Hieromartyr Neophit and Anatolius priests, Martyrs Hyacinth and Callistus (1918). oNew Hieromartyr Archbishop Alexander (Shchukin) of Semipalatinsk (1937). 0Venerable Anthony, abbot, of Leokhonov (Novgorod) (1611). 0Holy Martyrs and Unmercenaries Cosmas and Damian in Cilicia (4th c.), and their brothers Leontius, Anthimus, and Eutropius. 0Translation of the relics (898) of St. Lazarus "Of the Four Days" (in the tomb), bishop of Kition on Cyprus. 0"Before Birth and After Birth the Virgin" (1827) and "Deliverer" (1889) Icons of the Mother of God. oMartyr Queen Shushaniki (Susanna) of Georgia (475) (Georgia). oSt. Joseph the Wonderworker, Catholicos of Georgia (1770) (Georgia). oHoly Martyr Kozman (Georgia). oMartyrs Ethelred and Ethelbert, princes of Kent (England) (ca. 640) (Celtic & British). oTranslation of the relics of St. Ethelreda, abbess of Ely. (Celtic & British).
4Holy Apostle and Evangelist Luke (1st c.). 1Translation of the relics (2001) of Venerable Joseph of Volokolamsk (1515). oNew Hieromartyrs Andrew, Sergius, Nicholas and Sergius priests, Virgin-martyr Elizabeth (1937). oRepose of Jose Munoz-Cortez who met with a martyric death (1997). 0Martyr Marinus the Elder at Anazarbus (4th c.). 0Venerable Julian the Hermit of Mesopotamia (4th c.) and Venerable Didymus the Blind. 0Martyr Chrysa (Zlata or Golda) of Bulgaria (1795). oVenerable David, abbot, of Serpukhov (1520). oHieromartyr Mnason, bishop of Cyprus (1st c.) (Greek). oNew Martyrs Gabriel and Cirmidol of Egypt (1522) (Greek). oVenerables Symeon, Theodore (monks), and Euphrosyne, who found the Icon of the Mother of God in the Great Cave of Peloponnesus (9th c.) (Greek). oSt. Peter of Cetinje, metropolitan of Montenegro, Serbia (1830) (Serbia). oSts. Gwen and Selevan, martyred Welsh missionaries, in Brittany. (Celtic & British).