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July 4 2015:

Saint Andrew of Crete

Saint Andrew, Archbishop of Crete, author of the Great Canon; Venerable Martha, mother of Saint Symeon Stylites the Younger; Holy Royal Martyrs of Russia: Tsar Nicholas II, Tsaritsa Alexandra, Crown Prince Alexis, and Grand-duchesses Olga, Tatiana, Maria, and Anastasia, and those martyred with them; Hieromartyr Theodore, Bishop of Cyrene in Libya, and with him Martyrs Cyprilla, Aroa, and Lucia; Martyrs Theodotus and Theodota at Caesarea in Cappadocia; Saints Tikhon, Basil, and Nicon, monks of Solovki; Saint Andrew the Russian of Cairo; Saint Andrew Rublev, iconographer; New-Martyr Hieromonk Nilus of Poltava; Saint Asclepias the Wonder-worker; Hieromartyr Theophilus; Saint Menignus, monk; Hieromartyr Theodotus; Saint Donatus of Libya, Bishop; Hieromartyr Sava of Gornji Karlovac; Saint Ulric, Bishop of Augsburg; repose of Schema-hieromonk John, founder of Sarov Monastery; opening of the relics of Saint Euthymius, archimandrite of Suzdal; burial of Saint Andrew, prince of Bogoliubsk; translation of the relics of Saint Martin of Tours



( June 21 2015: Julian Calendar )

Our Lord Jesus Christ

Martyr Julian of Tarsus in Cilicia; Hieromartyr Terence (Tertius), Bishop of Iconium; Saint Julius, presbyter of Novara, and his brother Saint Julian the deacon; New-Martyr Nicetas of Nisyros near Rhodes; Martyrs Archil II and Luarsab II, kings of Georgia; Martyr Aphrodisius in Cilicia; Martyr Julian of Libya; Venerable Anastasia of Serbia, mother of Saint Sabbas of Serbia (see January 12); Saint Mewan, Abbot of Saint Meen; Saint Leofrid, Abbot of La-Croix-Saint-Leufroy; Hieromartyr Anthony, Anastasius who was raised from the dead, Celsius and his mother Vasilissa, 20 prison guards and 7 brothers, martyred with Saint Julian; finding the relics of the Venerable Maximus the Greek


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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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