February 25

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The Holy Trinity

Martyrs Alexanders and Hypatius, at Marcianopolis in Thracia (c. 305); Martyr Anthony, burned alive; Saint Theodore, Fool-for-Christ; Hieromartyr Reginos of Skopelos, Bishop of the isle of Skopelos (355); Saint Markellos, Bishop of Aipeia in Cyprus (389) (see also August 14); Venerables Erasmus and Paphnutius of Kephala, monks, contemporaries of St. Anthony the Great (4th century); Saint Tarasius of Constantinople, Patriarch of Constantinople (806); Saints Donatus, Justus, Herena and Companions, a group of fifty martyrs who suffered in North Africa under Decius (3rd century); Saint Ethelbert, King of Kent (616); Saint Aldetrudis (Adeltrudis) of Maubeuge Abbey (c. 696) Saint Walburga the Myrrh-Giver, Abbess of Heidenheim (779) (see also May 1 - Translation); Saint Victor of St. Gall, monk at St Gall in Switzerland, became a hermit in the Vosges in France (995); New Hieromartyr Alexander Vinogradov, Priest (1938); Virgin-Martyr Mstislava Fokinoi (1938); New Hieromartyr Leo Korobczuk, Priest, of Laskov (Chełm and Podlasie), Poland (1944); New Hieromartyr Nicholas Troitsky, Priest (1945); Other Commemorations: Repose of Blessed Pashenka of Nizhny Novgorod (1934).

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