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*[[Synaxis]] of Ss. [[Simeon the God-receiver|Simeon]] and [[Anna the Prophetess|Anna]]. Post-feast of the Meeting of the Lord
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*[[Ansgar]], Apostle of the North and Enlightener of Denmark
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*[[Nicholas of Japan|Nicholas]], equal to the Apostles and enlightener of [[Church of Japan|Japan]]
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Revision as of 19:09, February 2, 2005

Feasts

The Presentation

St. Simeon the God-receiver

St. Nicholas of Japan

Synaxis of Ss. Simeon and Anna; Postfeast of the Meeting of the Lord; Saint Ansgar, Bishop of Hamburg, Apostle of the North, and Enlightener of Denmark and Sweden; Nicholas, Equal-to-the-Apostles, Archbishop and Enlightener of Japan; Prophet Azarias; Martyrs Adrian and Eubulus at Caesaria in Cappadocia; Saint Symeon, first Bishop of Tver; Saint Romanus, prince of Uglich; New-Martyrs Stamatius and John, brothers, and Nicholas, their companion; Saint James (or Jacob), Archbishop of Serbia; Martyrs Papias, Diodorus, and Claudanus at Perge in Pamphylia; Martyr Blaise of Caesaria in Cappadocia; Saint Arsenius Ikaltoeli; Saint Ia, virgin of St. Ives; Saint Werburga, Abbess of Hanbury; Saint Lawrence, Archbishop of Canterbury (see also February 2); Saint Vlasios, the Cowherd; Martyrs Paul and Simon; Saint Claudios. Other events: repose of Schemamonk Paul of Simonov Monastery, disciple of St. Paisius Velichkovsky, and Hieromonk Isidore of Gethsemane Skete, Moscow
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