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  • Eudocia of Baalbek.
  • Domnina of Cyrrhus in Persia.
  • Antonina. Marcellus and Antony.
  • Sylvester and Sophrony.
  • Nestor the New.
  • Charis, Nicephorus and Agapius.
  • Agapius of Mount Athos.
  • David of Wales.
  • (2nd salutations).
  • Hesychius of Antioch.
  • Theodotus bishop of Cyprus.
  • Quintus the Wonderworker.
  • Nestor and Trepimus.
  • Truadius and his companions.
  • Attalia.
  • Arsenius bishop of Tver in Russia.
  • Sabba and Barsanuphius.
  • Sabatius and Aphrosinus of Tver in Russia.
  • The Saints Martyred under the Lombardians.
  • Chad
  • Bishop of Mercia in England.
  • Eutropius, Cleonicus and Basiliscus.
  • Theodoritus of Antioch.
  • Zeno and Zoilus.
  • Peamen the Egyptian.
  • The Girl of Alexandria (unknown name).
  • Marinus and Estarius.
  • 2nd of Lent, of Gregory Palamas.
  • Gerasimus of the Jordan.
  • Paul, Juliana and companions.
  • Gregory of Mount Athos.
  • Lucius the Roman.
  • Daniel of Moscow.
  • Basil and Joasaph of Pskov.
  • Gerasimus of Vologhda in Kiev
  • Conon of Isavria in Asia Minor.
  • Conon the Gardener of Nazareth.
  • Mark.
  • Eulogius The Palestinian.
  • Eulampius the Palestinian.
  • Archelaus and companions.
  • Mark the Athenian.
  • John the New of Bulgaria.
  • George the New of Tessalia in Greece.
  • Phocas of Antioch.
  • The 42 Martyrs of Amoria in Asia Minor.
  • Hesichius the Wonderworker of Asia
  • Minor.
  • Maximus.
  • Euphrosimus.
  • Arcadius of Cyprus.
  • Julian and Appolus.
  • Job of Moscow.
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  • The Bishops of Cherson by the Black Sea.
  • Arcadius and Nestor.
  • Paul the Simple.
  • Ephrem the Antiochan.
  • Laurentius of Salamina in Greece.
  • Emilian the Roman.
  • Theophylactus of Nicomedia in Asia Minor.
  • Paul the Confessor in Asia Minor.
  • Apostle Agapius of the Seventy.
  • Apostle Hermes. Dion.
  • Doomit.
  • Daniel.
  • (3rd Salutations).
  • The 40 Martyrs of Sebaste in Armenia.
  • Oriasian of Nicomedia
    in Asia Minor.
  • Caesarius.
  • Pasian of Barcelona.
  • Philoromus the Confessor.
  • AbdulMasih the Abbot of Mount Sinai Monastery.
  • Moses the Abbot of the Mother of God’s Monastery in Palestine
  • Codratus of Corinth in Greece and his companions.
  • Anastasia of Constantinople.
  • Codratus of Nicomedia and his companions.
  • Marcian.
  • Michael the New of Agrafa in Greece.
  • Aghaton.
  • 3rd of Lent, Veneration of the Holy Cross.
  • Sophronius of Jerusalem.
  • Pionius of Izmir in Asia Minor.
  • Trophymus and Thallis in Laodicea Asia Minor.
  • The Martyrs of Antioch.
  • Gregory of Sinai.
  • Gregory the New the Wonderworker.
  • Theodora the Empress of Eperia in Asia Minor.
  • Euthymius of Novgorod.
  • Euloge Metropolitan of Cortoba.
  • Gorgon and Firmius.
  • Theophanes the Confessor.
  • Gregory Pope of Rome.
  • Symeon the New Theologian.
  • Maximilian.
  • Nicodeme of Manula in Calabria.
  • Translation of Saint Nicephorus’s relics.
  • Christina the Persian.
  • Poplius bishop of Athens.
  • Africanus, Poplius and Terentius of Carthage in North Africa.
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  • Benedict of Nursia.
  • Alexander of Macedonia in Greece.
  • Eusphemonus of Lampsacus in Asia Minor.
  • Theognostus of Kiev and Moscow.
  • Agapius and his companions.
  • Apostle Aristobulus of the Seventy.
  • Nicander of Egypt.
  • Manuel of Crete.
  • Hesichius bishop of Vienna.
  • Tranquil de Dijon in France.
  • (4rth salutations).
  • Julian of Cilicia in Asia Minor.
  • Sabinas the Egyptian.
  • Papas of Lyconia in Asia Minor.
  • John of the Rufinian Monastery in Asia Minor.
  • Romanus of Ponte.
  • The Ten Martyrs of Tripoli in Lebanon.
  • Alexander bishop of Rome.
  • Anania the wonderworker.
  • Christodoulos the wonderworker.
  • Trophimus and Thallus the           Syrians.
  • Alexis the Man of God.
  • Marin.
  • Theosterictus.
  • Paul of Crete.
  • Macarius the wonder-Worker of Russia.
  • Patrick bishop of Armagh and his missionary.
  • Saints Martyrs of Alexandria in Egypt.
  • 4th of Lent ( of John the Ladder).
  • Cyril patriarch of Jerusalem.
  • Trophym and Eucarpion.
  • Aninus the wonderworker.
  • Chrysanthus, Daria and companions at Rome.
  • Pancharius of Austria.
  • Demetrius the New of Constantinople.
  • Innocent of Russia.
  • Pasa of Pskov in Russia.
  • John of Syria.
  • The Righteous who were martyred in the Monastery of Saint Sabbas near Jerusalem.       
  • Alexandra and her companions.
  • Niceta the confessor in Asia Minor.
  • Rodian.
  • Achile The Prefect.
  • Lulion.
  • Manuel.
  • Myron the new Martyr of Crete.
  • Aphrosimus of the Blue River in Russia.
  • Cuthbert of Lindisfarne in England.
  • Joseph and Luke of Antioch.
  • The Seven Syrians Martyrs
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  • James the confessor.
  • Thomas the 1rst of Constantinople.
  • Philemon and Domninus of Rome.
  • Beryllus of Antioch bishop of Catania in Sicily.
  • Serapion of Egypt.
  • Serapion Bishop of Tmuis in Egypt.
  • Serapion the Great of Egypt.
  • Serapion of Sydon  Phoenicia.
  • Basil presbyter of Ancyra in Asia Minor.
  • Drosis of Antioch.
  • Drosis of Rome and the 5        Virgins with her.
  • Callinice and Basilissa in Asia Minor.
  • Euthymius the New of        Constantinople.
  • Paul bishop of Narbonne in France.
  • Lea the widow.
  • Diogretia bishop of Carthage in North Africa.
  • Nicon the presbyter and his companions.
  • Domitian of Asia minor.
  • Luke the new martyr of Metelene in Asia Minor.
  • Nikon of Kiev.
  • Pachomius of Nerikta in Russia.
  • Basil of Siberia.
  • Victorianus and his companions of Carthage.
  • Forefast of the Annunciation.
  • Artemon of Pisidia in Asia Minor.
  • Zacharias of the Scetis in Egypt.
  • Artemon of Laodicea in Syria.
  • The fifty Martyrs of Caesarea in   Palestine.
  • Martin of Theba.
  • Parthenius the new of Constantinople.
  • Zacharius the Fastener of Kiev.
  • Stephen and Peter of Kazan in Russia
  • the 5th of Lent ( of Mary of Egypt).
  • The Annunciation of the Mother of God (fish).
  • Pelagie, Theodosia and Dula.
  • Sinuphius the wonderworker.
  • Tikhon patriarch of Moscow.
  • Timon of Antioch.
  • Parthenius of Kiev.
  • Archangel Gabriel (Synaxis).
  • Codratus, Theodore, Manuel and the other forty.
  • The 26 Gothic martyrs.
  • Stephen of Trighilia in Asia Minor.
  • Basil the New.
  • Abraham of Latros.
  • Nicephorus bishop of Milet in Asia Minor.
  • Malchus of Antioch
  • Matrona of Thessalonica in Greece.
  • The prophet Hanani.
  • Philitus and his companions.        
  • Eutichus the bishop.
  • Kiricos Apros of Thracia.
  • Paul of Corinth in Greece.
  • John of Assyout in Egypt.
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  • Hesychius presbyter of Jerusalem.
  • Hilarion the new of Asia Minor.
  • Dionysius the Merciful bishop of Lara in Greece.
  • Boyan the Bulgarian.
  • Eustratius of the Kiev Caves.
  • Priskes, Melches and Alexander of Caesarea in Palestine.
  • Castor and Dorotheus from        Tarsus.
  • Mark the confessor bishop of Arethusa, Cyril of Hierapolis, the servants and virgins in Gaza.
  • Jona, Barachisius and companions from Persia.
  • Diadochus bishop of Photiki in      Greece.
  • Eustachus of Chios in Asia Minor.
  • Jona and Marcus of Pskov in Russia.
  • New Russian Martyrs Paul venarski the presbyter, Paul and Alexios.
  • John of Sinai known “of the Ladder”.
  • The prophet Joel.
  • John the Silent of Cappadoce
    in Asia Minor.
  • John patriarch of Jerusalem.
  • Obula.
  • Zacharias the new of Corinth in    Greece.
  • Sophrony the Russian bishop of Irkuts.
  • Raising of Lazarus.
  • Hypatius the wonderworker of Gangra in Asia Minor.
  • Acacius the Confessor of Antioch.
  • Belasios of Phrygia in Asia Minor.
  • Menander.
  • Stephen the Wonderworker.
  • Hypatius the physician of Kiev.
  • Johnah metropolitan of Moscow.
  • Innocent  Metropolitan of Moscow, Alaska and Siberia.