November 29

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The Holy Trinity
St. Philoumenos (Hasapis) of Jacob's Well

Venerable Nicholas, Archbishop of Thessaloniki (c. 160); Hieromartyr Dionysius, Bishop of Corinth (182); Martyr Paramon and 370 others, at Bithynia (250); Martyr Philoumenos of Ancyra (274); Martyr Valerian, by the sword (274); Martyr Phaedrus, by pouring hot resin over him (274); Hieromartyr John, in Persia (4th century); Holy 6 Martyrs; Venerable Pitirim of Egypt (4th century), disciple of St. Anthony the Great; Saint Tiridates, King of Armenia (4th century); Saint Acacius of Sinai (6th century), mentioned in The Ladder (see also November 26); Hieromartyr Abibus, Bishop of Nekresi, Georgia (6th century); Saint Urban, Bishop of Macedonia; Venerable Pankosmios, monk; Venerable Mark; Hieromartyr Saturninus, venerated as the first Bishop of Toulouse (c. 257); Saint Blaise and Demetrius, martyrs in Veroli in central Italy; Hieromartyrs Saturninus and Sisinius (c. 309); Saint Illuminata, a virgin in Todi in Italy (c. 320); Saint Brendan of Birr (571); Saint Sadwrn (Sadwen), hermit, brother of St Illtyd and disciple of St Cadfan (6th century); Saint Hardoin, Bishop of St Pol-de-Léon in Brittany (7th century); Saint Æthelwine of Athelney (Egelwine, Aylwine), a prince of the house of Wessex who lived as a hermit at Athelney in Somerset (7th century); Saint Walderic, founder of the monastery of Murrhardt in Germany (c. 817); Saint Radboud of Utrecht, Bishop of Utrecht (917); Saint Gulstan (Gustan, Constans), a monk at St Gildas of Rhuys in Brittany (c. 1010); Saint Nectarius the Obedient, of the Kiev Caves (12th century); New Hieromartyr Sergius Kochurov, Priest (1941); New Hieromartyr Philoumenos (Hasapis) of Jacob's Well (1979) (see also November 16); Other Commemorations: Consecration of the Church of the Holy Martyrs Sergius and Bacchus; Repose of Blessed Abel "the Prophet", of Valaam Monastery (1831).

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