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Feasts

St. Anthony the Great

Venerable and God-bearing father Anthony the Great, father of monasticism; Martyr Jonilla and her infant son Turbo (ca. 161-180) - (see also: January 16); Saint Theodosius the Great, Emperor of Rome (395); Venerable Achilles the Confessor, hermit of Egypt (5th c.); Venerable Anthony the New Wonderworker, of Veria in Greece, near the Haliacmon river (11th c.); Saints Genulfus and Genitus, two monks who lived in Celle-sur-Naton in France (ca.3rd c.); Venerable Antony, Merulus and John, three monks at St Andrew's on the Coelian Hill in Rome (6th c.); Saint Nennius (Ninnidh), disciple of St Finian of Clonard, reckoned as one of the 'Twelve Apostles of Ireland' (6th c.); Saint Sulpicius II Pius (Severus the Pious), Bishop of Bourges (647); Saint Mildgyth, Abbess of Minster (ca.676); Saint Richimirus, founder of the monastery later called Saint-Rigomer-des-Bois (715); Saint Joseph of Freising, Bishop of Freising (764); Saint Anthony the Roman of Novgorod, Abbot (1147); Saint Anthony, Abbot of Dymsk in Novgorod (1224); Saint Anthony of Chernoezersk (Anthony of Black Lake), monk (ca.14th c.); Saint Anthony of Krasny Kholm, monk (1481); Venerable Anthony of Meteora (Anthony Kantakouzènos), founder and Abbot of the Monastery of St. Stephen at Meteora (15th c.); Venerable Philotheos of Meteora, second founder of the Monastery of St. Stephen at Meteora (16th c.); Saint Macarius (Kalogeras), Hierodeacon, of Patmos (1737); New Martyr George of Ioannina (1838); New Hieromartyr Victor, Priest (1931); New Hieromartyr Paul, Priest (1938); Other Commemorations: Repose of St. Anthony, Bishop of Vologda (1588) - (feast day October 26); Repose of Schema-abbot Herman of Zosima Hermitage (1923); Repose of Archimandrite Tikhon (Bogoslovtsev) of Inkerman (1950); Repose of Bishop Sava (Sarachevich) of Edmonton (1973).

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