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Saints and Feasts:

Venerable Athanasia the Wonderworker, Abbess of Aegina

John the New Martyr of Epiros

Holy Father John the Righteous Hesychast, disciple of St. Gregory of Decapolis

Euthemius the Wonderworker

Cosmas, Bishop of Calcydon and his fellow-ascetic Auxentius

Martyrs Victor, Zoticus, Zeno, Acindynus, and Severian, of Nicomedia

Martyr Sabbas the Goth (Stratelates), at Buzau in Wallachia

Acacius II, Bishop of Melitene

Venerable Naucratius, Abbot of the Studion

Venerable Matthias, acquaintance of St. Athanasia the Wonderworker

Martyr Corebus, prefect of Messina in Sicily

Martyr Calocerus, officer of the Emperor Hadrian in Brescia in Italy

Apollonius the Apologist, a Roman senator

Bitheus and Genocus of Ireland

Laserian (Molaisse), Founder of Leighlin in Ireland

Deicola, Preacher of England in Norfolk and in Sussex

Agia (Austregildis), wife of St Hidulf of Hainault in Belgium

Wicterp (Wicho), Abbot of Ellwangen Abbey in Germany and Bishop of Augsburg

Cogitosus of Kildare in Ireland who wrote the Life of St Brigid

Hieromartyr Perfectus in Cordoba in Spain, martyred by Muslims on Easter Sunday

Venerable Basil Ratishvili the Georgian, Wonderworker of Iveron Monastery, Mt. Athos

Venerable Euthymius the Enlightener of Karelia and Finland, and righteous laymen Anthony and Felix of Karelia

Arkady Dorohobuzhsky, disciple of St Harasym of Pereyaslavl-Zalisski

New Martyr John the Tailor of Ioannina, at Constantinople

Venerable new martyr John Koulikas

Martyr Tunom, Arab Emir who confessed Christ on seeing the Holy Fire in Jerusalem

Hieromartyr Cyril VI, Patriarch of Constantinople

New Hieromartyr Bessarion Selinin (1918)

New Hieromartyr Alexis Krontenkov of Ekaterinburg (1930)

New Hieromartyrs Nicholas (1937) and Basil Derzhavin (1930) and martyred lay people of the city of Gorodets (Nizhni-Novgorod)

New Martyr Tamara Satsi, Abbess, of Cheboksara (1942)

Icon of the Mother of God of St Maximus (Maximovsk Icon)

Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos “Glykophylousa” (“Sweet-kissing”)

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