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Apostles and martyrs Aquila and his wife Priscilla (1st century); Holy Two Martyrs, father and son, by crucifixion; Saint Timothy, Archbishop of Alexandria (385); Righteous Martinian of Caesarea in Palestine (5th century); Venerable Zoe of Bethlehem, and the Virgin Photini (5th century) Venerable Eulogius of Alexandria, Patriarch of Alexandria (608) Righteous Martin the Merciful; Martyrs Fusca and Maura, two martyrs in Ravenna under Decius (c. 250); Saint Julian of Lyons, a martyr venerated in Lyons in France; Saint Benignus of Todi, a priest in Todi in Umbria in Italy martyred under Diocletian (c. 303); Saint Castor of Karden, hieromonk and missionary in Germany (c. 400); Saint Stephen of Lyons, Bishop of Lyons, active in converting the Arian Burgundians to Orthodoxy, Confessor (512); Saint Modomnoc, Bishop of Ossory in Ireland (c. 550); Saint Stephen of Rieti, an Abbot in Rieti in Italy (c. 590); Saint Licinius of Angers (Lezin), Bishop of Angers (c. 618); Saint Huna of Thorney, priest-monk of Huneia (c. 690); Saint Dyfnog, born in Wales, was much venerated in Clwyd (7th century); Saint Ermenilda of Ely (Ermengild, Ermenilda), Abbess of Ely and Queen of Mercia (c. 700); Saint Aimo (Aimonius), founder of the convent of St Victor in Meda in the north of Italy (c. 790); Saint Gosbert, fourth Bishop of Osnabruck in Germany and a disciple of St Ansgar (c. 859); Saint Fulcran, Bishop of Lodève in Languedoc, famous for his asceticism (1006); Venerable Symeon the Myrrh-gusher (Stefan Nemanja), Grand Prince of Serbia, founder of Hilandar Monastery on Mount Athos (1200); Saint Joseph of Volokolamsk, founder of Volokolamsk (Volotsk) Monastery (1515) Saint George Konnissky (Yurij Konissky), Archbishop of Mogilev in Belorussia (1795) New Hieromartyrs Basil and Gabriel, Priests (1919); New Hieromartyr Sylvester (Olshevsky), Archbishop of Omsk and Pavlodar (1920); New Hieromartyrs Zosimas, Nicholas, Basil, John, Leontius, Vladimir, Parthenius, John, John, Michael priests and Eugine deacon, and Martyr Paul, Virgin-martyrs Anna, Vera and Irina (1938); Other Commemorations: Consecration of the Church of the Theotokos and Saint Thekla, on Mount Posaleos; Translation of the relics of Saint Edward the Martyr, King of England; Icon of the Theotokos 'Dolinsky'; Repose of Abbess Seraphima of Sezenovo (1877); Repose of Archbishop Seraphim (Sobolev) of Bogucharsk, Bulgaria, Vicar of Poltava, Bishop of Lubensk (1950)
The Episcopal Assembly of North and Central America, founded in 2010, consists of all the active Orthodox bishops of North and Central America, representing multiple jurisdictions. It is the successor to SCOBA, and it is not, properly speaking, a synod. The Episcopal Assembly of North and Central America is one of several such bodies around the world which operate in the so-called "diaspora."
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