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Hieromartyr Januarius, Bishop of Benevento, and his companions: Festus, Proculus, and Sosius (deacons), Desiderius (reader), and Eutychius and Acutius (laymen) at Pozzuoli; Hieromartyr Theodore of Perge in Pamphylia, his mother Philippa, and Martyrs Dioscorus, Socrates, and Dionysius; Martyr Alexandra the Empress (see also April 23); Martyrs Isaacius, Apollo, and Codratus of Nicomedia; Saint Maximian, Patriarch of Constantinople (see also November 17); Saint Niphont, Bishop of Novgorod (Kiev Caves); Saint Beuno, Abbot of Clynnog Fawr; Saint Ethilwald, hermit of Farne; Saint Maelrubba, Abbot of Applecross; repose of Schemamonk Nicetas of Valaam



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Holy Apostles of the Seventy: Herodion, Agabus, Asyncritus, Rufus, Phlegon, Hermes, and those with them; Saint Celestine, Pope of Rome; Martyr Pausilippus of Heraclea in Thrace; Saint Niphon, Bishop of Novgorod; Venerable Rufus the Obedient of the Kiev Caves; New-Martyr John Naukliros ("the Skipper") in Thessaly; Iberian ("Spanish") Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos; repose of Righteous Helen Voronova, disciple of Elder Barsanuphius of Optina


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