January 25

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St. Gregory the Theologian
Vladimir (Bogoyavlensky) of Kiev and Gallich
St. Elizabeth the New Martyr
Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos "Assuage My Sorrow"

Venerable Castinus of Byzantium, Bishop of Byzantium (240); Martyr Medula and her entourage; Venerable Apollo of the Thebaid, ascetic and wonderworker, reposed in peace (ca. 361-363); Saint Bretanion (Vetranion), Bishop of Tomis in Moesia, Confessor (ca. 380); Venerable Publius of Syria, ascetic of Euphratensis in Syria (380); Venerable Theodotos, Igumen of the "Monastery of St. Publius"; Saint Gregory the Theologian, Archbishop of Constantinople (390); Venerable Mares the Singer, of Omeros near Cyrrhus (430); Venerable Demetrius the Skevophylax ("Keeper of the Sacred Vessels") of Constantinople (8th century); Martyrs Felicitas of Rome and seven sons (c. 164): Januarius, Felix, Philip, Silvanus, Alexander, Vitalis, and Martial (see also November 23 in the West); Saint Artemas, a child martyr in Pozzuoli (Puteoli) in Italy; Saint Dwynwen, Virgin of Llandwyn (c. 460); Saint Eochod of Galloway, Apostle of the Picts of Galloway (597); Saint Maurus (584) and Saint Placidus (6th century), early disciples of St Benedict; Saint Sigeberht of East Anglia (Sigebert), the first Christian King of East Anglia in England (634); Saint Racho of Autun (Ragnobert), Bishop of Autun in France (c. 660); Hieromartyr Praejectus (Priest, Prest, Preils, Prix), Bishop of Clermont (676); Saint Amarinus, Abbot of a monastery in the Vosges in France, companion in martyrdom of St Praejectus (St Priest) (676); Saint Thorgyth (Tortgith), nun at the convent of Barking in England with St Ethelburgh (c. 700); Saint Poppo of Stavelot, Abbot of Stavelot-Malmédy in Belgium, renowned for miracles (1048); Saint Moses of Novgorod, Archbishop of Novgorod (1362); Saint Gregory of Golutvin (15th century); Saint Basian, Archbishop of Rostov (1516) (see also March 23); New Martyr Auxentius of Constantinople (1720); Saint Anatole I (Zertsalov) of Optina Monastery, Elder of Optina (1894); Saint Gabriel, Bishop of Imereti (Georgia) (1896); New Hieromartyr Vladimir (Bogoyavlensky), Metropolitan of Kiev, Protomartyr of the Communist yoke in Russia (1918); Venerable New Martyr St. Elizabeth Romanova (Princess Elisabeth of Hesse and by Rhine (1864–1918)) (1918); Venerable New Martyr Abbess Margaret (Gunaronulo) of Menzelino (1918); New Hieromartyr Peter (Zverev), Archbishop of Voronezh (1929); New Hieromartyr Basil (Zelentsov), Bishop of Priluki (1930); New Martyr Athanasia (Lepeshkin), Abbess of the Smolensk Hodigitria Convent, near Moscow (1931); New Hieromartyr Stephen Grachev, Priest (1938); New Martyr Boris Zavarin (1938); Holy New Martyrs and Confessors of Russia (celebrated on the Sunday nearest to January 25); Other Commemorations: Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos "Assuage My Sorrow" (1640); Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos "Unexpected Joy"; Repose of Archpriest Sergius Orlov of Akulovo (1975)

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