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Holy Equal of the Apostles and Teacher of the Slavs Cyril and Methodius
St. Rostislav the Prince of Great Moravia, Confessor of the Faith

Martyr Evellius, under Nero (66); Martyrs Maximus, Bassus, and Fabius (284-305); Hieromartyr Mocius (Mucius), presbyter of Amphipolis in Macedonia, beheaded in Byzantium (288); Martyr Armodius; Martyr Acacius of Lower Moesia; Holy Equals-to-the-Apostles Cyril and Methodius, Enlighteners of the Slavs (869, 885); Saints Clement of Ohrid, Sabbas, Angelarius, Gorazd, and Naum of Preslav — Disciples of Saints Cyril and Methodius and missionaries of the Slavs, Wonderworkers and Equal-to-the-Apostles (9th c.) (see also July 27 - Slavonic); Saint Rostislav the Prince of Great Moravia, Confessor of the Faith (870); Hieromartyr Anthimus of Rome, and his disciples martyrs Sisinius the deacon with Diocletius and Florentius (284-305); Saint Principia of Rome, a holy virgin in Rome and disciple of St Marcella (420); Saint Mammertus, Archbishop of Vienne (475); Saint Possessor of Verdun, Bishop of Verdun (ca.486); Saint Tudy (Tudinus, Tegwin, Thetgo), a disciple of St Brioc in Brittany (5th c.); Saint Credan of Cornwall, hogherd; Saint Gangulphus (760); Saint Fremund of Dunstable, Anglo-Saxon hermit (866); Martyr Wiborada, anchoress of St. Gallen Abbey in Germany (926) (see also May 2); Saint Odo of Cluny, the second Abbot of Cluny (942); Saint Mayeul (Majolus, Maieul), Abbot of Cluny (994); Saint Odilo of Cluny (1049); Martyrs Olympia, abbess of Mytilene, and nun Euphrosyne (1235); Venerable Sophronius, recluse of the Kiev Caves (13th c.); Saint Nicodemus of Pec, Archbishop of Serbia (1324); Hieromartyr Joseph of Astrakhan, first Metropolitan of Astrakhan (1672); New Martyrs Dioscorus (Dioscorides) and Argyrus (Argyrus, Argyres) of Thessalonica (1806/1808); Blessed Christopher of Georgia (Christesias), monk at the Monastery of St. John the Baptist, at the David Gareja monastery complex, "The Thebaid of Georgia" (1771/1871); Saint Theophylact, bishop of Stavropol and Ekaterinodar (1872); New Hieromartyr Michael, priest (1920); New Hieromartyr Alexander (Petrovsky), Archbishop of Kharkov (1940); Other Commemorations: Commemoration of the Founding of Constantinople (330) as Capital of the Roman Empire; Consecration of the Saint Sophia Cathedral in Kiev.

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