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St. Ephrem the Syrian
St. Isaac the Syrian

Venerable Ephraim the Syrian (373); Venerable Palladius the Hermit of Antioch, Wonderworker (4th century) The Holy Two Martyrs, mother and daughter, by the sword; Martyr Charita; Saint Isaac the Syrian, Bishop of Nineveh and ascetic writer (7th century); Venerable James the Ascetic, of Porphyreon (Porphyrianos) in Palestine; Saint George the Martyr (1015); Venerable Ephraim of Novotorzhsk, Abbot and Wonderworker of the Sts. Boris and Gleb Monastery, Novotorzhok (1053) Saint Flavian, a deputy-prefect of Rome, martyred in Civita Vecchia in Italy under Diocletian (c. 304); Saint Valerius, Bishop of Saragossa in Spain, with whom St Vincent served as deacon (315); Cannera (Cainder, Kinnera), Virgin on the Isle of Inniscathy, Bantry Bay, Ireland (c. 530); Saint John of Reomans (John of Reomay (Réomé)), in Gaul (544); Saints Brigid and Maura, daughters of a Scottish Chieftain, Martyrs in Picardy while on pilgrimage to Rome; Saint Antimus, one of the first Abbots of Brantôme in France (8th century); Saint Glastian, patron saint of Kinglassie in Fife in Scotland (830); Saint Odo of Beauvais, Bishop of Beauvais (880); Venerable Ephraim of the Kiev Caves, Bishop of Pereyaslavl (c. 1098); Venerable Theodosius, founder of Totma Monastery, Vologda (1568); Saint Theodore, Spanish presbyter, Confessor (1933); New Hiero-confessor Arsenius (Stadnitsky), Metropolitan of Tashkent and Turkestan (1936); New Hieromartyr Ignatius (Sadkovsky), Bishop of Skopin (1938); New Hieromartyr Vladimir Pishchulin, Priest, at Simferopol (1938); New Hieromartyr Bartholomew (Ratnykh), Hieromonk, at Feodosia, Crimea (1938); Virgin-martyr Olga (1938); New Hiero-confessor Archimandrite Leontius (Stasevich) of Jablechna (Poland), who reposed at Mikhailovsk, Ivanovo, Russia (1972); Other Commemorations: "Sumorin Totma" Icon of the Mother of God (16th century).

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