January 14

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*Leavetaking of the [[Theophany]] of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ
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*The Holy Fathers slain at Sinai and Raitho
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*Agnes the Virgin-martyr
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*Savas I, Archbishop of Serbia
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Latest revision as of 05:00, August 12, 2006

Feasts

The Baptism of Christ

St. Agnes

Leavetaking (Apodosis) of the Theophany of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ; Virgin-martyr Agnes, in dark solitary confinement; Saint Nina (Nino), Equal-to-the-Apostles, Enlightener of Georgia (335); Saint Joseph Analytinus of Raithu Monastery (4th c.); The Holy Fathers slain at Mt. Sinai and Raithu (4th-5th c.), including the Holy 38 Fathers slain at Mt. Sinai, and the Holy 33 Fathers slain at Raithu: Hieromartyrs Isaiah, Sabbas, Moses and his disciple Moses, Jeremiah, Paul, Adam, Sergius, Domnus, Proclus, Hypatius, Isaac, Macarius, Mark, Benjamin, Eusebius, Elias, and others; Saint Theodoulos, son of St. Nilus of Sinai (5th c.); Venerable Stephen, Abbot of Chenolakkos Monastery in Triglia, near Chalcedon (716); Saint Felix of Nola, Confessor of Nola in Italy (ca.250); Saint Euphrasius, a bishop martyred in North Africa by the Arian Vandals; Saint Dacius (Datius), Bishop of Milan, exorcist (552); Saint Kentigern (Kentigern Mungo, Kentigern of Glasgow), first Bishop of Strathclyde (Glasgow), Scotland (614) - (see also January 13 - Greek and Western); Saint Sava I of Hilandar Monastery on Mount Athos, Enlightener and First Archbishop of Serbia (1235) - (see also January 12 - Russian); Saint Joannicius of Tarnovo, Metropolitan of Tarnovo in Bulgaria (13th c.); Saint Acacius, Bishop of Tver (1567) - (see also June 29); Saint Meletius (Yakimov), Bishop of Ryazan, Missionary to Yakutia (1900); New Hiero-Confessor John (Kevroletin), Hiero-Schemamonk, of Verkhoturye (1961); New Martyrs slain at Raithu Monastery near Kazan (ca. 1933); New Hieromartyr Ambrose (Gudko), Bishop of Sarapul and Yelabug (1918); New-Martyr Platon (Kulbush), Archbishop of Reval (Estonia) (1919) - (see also January 1); Other Commemorations: Repose of Nicholas Motovilov (1879), disciple of St. Seraphim of Sarov; Repose of Hieromonk Cosmas of Grigoriou, Missionary to Zaire (1989).

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