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Afterfeast of the Theophany of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ; Blessed Theosebia the Deaconess (385), sister of Ss. Basil the Great, Peter of Sebaste, and Gregory of Nyssa; Saint Gregory, Bishop of Nyssa; Venerable Ammon, monk at Scetis in Egypt (5th c.); Saint Marcian of Constantinople, Presbyter (471); Venerable Dometian of Melitene, Bishop of Melitene and Wonderworker (601); Saint Pétrone (Petronius), monk at Lérins Abbey, then Bishop of Die in France (463); Saint Diarmaid the Just (Dermot, Diarmis), spiritual father of St Kieran of Clonmacnois and Abbot of Inchcleraun 6th c.); Saint Tómméne (Thomian, Toimen), Archbishop of Armagh in Ireland (ca.660); Saint Sæthryth (Saethryda, Sethrid), Abbess of Faremoutier-en-Brie (ca.660); Saint John Camillus the Good, Bishop of Milan, worked against Arianism and Monothelitism (669); Saint Agatho, Pope of Rome (681); Saint Peter Urseolus (Pietro I Orseolo), Doge of Venice, and monk at Cuxa Monastery in Spain (987); Venerable Paul of Obnora in Vologda, Abbot (1429); Saint Macarius of Obnora in Vologda, disciple of Paul of Obnora, Abbot of Pisma Monastery (15th c.); Monk-martyr Ephraim, Elder of Obnora, and six monks of Obnora whose relics are incorrupt (1538); Venerable Antipas of Calapodeşti (Romania), of Mount Athos and of Valaam Monastery, Hiero-Schemamonk (1882); Venerable Theophan the Recluse, Bishop of Tambov (1894) - (see also January 6); New Hieromartyr Zenobius, Priest (1920); New Hieromartyr Peter Uspensky, Archpriest of Radushino (Zaraisk) (1930); New Hieromartyr Anatolius (Grisyuk), Metropolitan of Odessa (1938); New Martyr Arsenia (Dobronravova), Abbess of the Holy Resurrection-St. Theodore Convent (Shuisk) (1939).