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Martyr Isidore of Chios

Martyr Maximus, under Decius (250); Martyr Isidore of Chios (251); Saints Alexander, Barbaras, and Akolouthos (Acolouthus), martyred at the Church of St Irene (Holy Peace), near the sea in Constantinople; Martyrs Aristotle and Leandros; Hieromartyr Therapontus, Bishop of Cyprus (3rd c.); Saint Boniface of Tarsus, martyr (307); Venerable Serapion the Sindonite, monk of Egypt (5th c.); Martyrs Justa, Justina and Henedina, in Sardinia (c.130); Saint Pontius of Cimiez (Pons de Cimiez), martyred in Cimella (Cimiez) near Nice, whose relics gave his name to the town of Saint-Pons (ca.258); Saint Aprunculos (Apruncule), first bishop of Langres, later of Clermont, Gaul (ca. 488); Saint Boniface, Bishop of Ferentino in Tuscany (6th c.); Saint Carthage (Carthach Mochuda) the Younger, founder and first Abbot and Bishop of Lismore (637); Saint Erembert, Bishop of Toulouse (657); Saint Tuto (Totto), monk and Abbot of St Emmeram in Regensburg in Germany, where he later became bishop (930); Saint Hallvard of Norway, Of the royal family of Norway, Patron-saint of Oslo, martyr (1043); Saint Nicetas (Nikita), Bishop of Novgorod and recluse of the Kiev Caves (1108) (see also January 31 and April 30); Patriarch Leontius II of Jerusalem (1190); Saint Isidore of Rostov, Fool-for-Christ and Wonderworker (1474) New Martyr Mark of Crete, at Smyrna (1643); New Martyr John of Bulgaria (Raiko-John of Shumena), the goldsmith (1802); Saint Andrew, Abbot of Raphael (Tobolsk) (1820); New Hieromartyr Peter, priest (1939); Other Commemorations: Commemoration of the martyrdom by the Poles (1609) of: Abbot Anthony with 40 monks and 1,000 laymen of the St. Paisius of Uglich Monastery, and, Abbot Daniel with 30 monks and 200 laymen of the St. Nicholas Monastery (Kostroma); Commemoration of Victor Chornayiv, Archimandrite of the Annunciation Monastery at Nizhyn (1761); Synaxis of the Yaroslavsk (Pechersk) Icon of the Mother of God (1823); First uncovering of the relics (1846) of Saint Tikhon, Bishop of Voronezh, Wonderworker of Zadonsk (1783).

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