Nicander of Myra

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The holy, glorious and right-victorious Hieromartyr Nicander of Myra (also Nikandros) was the first Bishop of Myra.1 He, with his fellow martyr, the priest Hermas, were followers of Apostle Titus, who had ordained them. He shares a feast day with Hermas the priest on November 4.


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1 Saint Nicholas of Myra Bishop, Confessor c. 342 (Roman Catholic)

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