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[[File:SymeonTheApostle.jpg|100px|Apostle Symeon]]
</div>[[Hieromartyr]] Symeon the kinsman of the [[Lord]], [[Bishop]] of Jerusalem; [[Saint]] Stephen, [[Abbot]] of the [[Monastery of the Kiev Caves|Kiev Caves]] and Bishop of Vladimir in Volhynia; Saint John, Abbot of Cathares [[Monastery]] at Constantinople; New-Martyr [[Elias Ardunis]] of [[Mount Athos]]; Saint [[Seraphim of Phanar|Seraphim]], Bishop of Phanar; Martyr Poplion; Saint [[Eulogius the Hospitable]] at Constantinople; [[Martyr]] [[Longinus the New]]; incineration of the [[relics]] of [[Sava of Serbia|Sabbas]], first [[Archbishop]] of Serbia, by Sinan Pasha
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Hieromartyr [[Apostle Symeon|Symeon the kinsman of the Lord]], Apostle of the [[Seventy Apostles|Seventy]] and [[Bishop]] of Jerusalem (107);  
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Martyr Anthimus of Nicomedia, Bishop (303);
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Martyr Poplionus (Poplion, Popllon);
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Martyr Lollionus the New (Longinus the New);
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Saint Pollion the Reader (Pollio), of Cibalis in Pannonia, burnt alive under Diocletian (306);
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Saint Eulogius the Hospitable of Constantinople (6th c.);
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Saint Nicon, abbot of the Monastery of St. Gerasimus (6th c.);
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Saint Simeon Stylites the Younger of Cilicia  (Symeon the New Stylite) (597), and his brother George;
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Saint John of Cathares, abbot of Cathares Monastery at Constantinople (839);
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Saint Liberalis of Treviso, priest from Ancona in Italy, worked for the conversion of the Arians and suffered much at their hands (400);
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Saint Theophilus, Bishop of Brescia (427);
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Saint Maughold {Machalus), Bishop of the Isle of Man (ca.488);
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Saint Assicus (Ascicus, Tassach), first bishop of Elphin, Ireland, converted to Christianity by Saint Patrick (490);
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Saint Tertullian, eighth Bishop of Bologna in Italy (490);
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Saint Enoder (Cynidr, Kenedr, Quidic) (6th c.);
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Saint Winewald, Abbot of Beverley in England (ca.731);
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Saint Floribert of Liège (746);
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Saint Stephen, [[Abbot]] of the [[Kiev Caves]] and Bishop of Vladimir in Volhynia (1094);
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New Hieromartyr [[Seraphim of Phanarion]], Bishop of [[Phanar]]ion and Neokhorion (1601);
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New Martyr Elias Ardunis of [[Mount Athos]] (1686)
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New Hieromartyrs Paul (Svetozarov), Protopresbyter (1922) and John (Rozhdestvensky), Priests of Ivanova (1922);
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New Martyrs: Peter (Yazikov), Nicholas (Malkov), Auxentius (Kalashnikov), Sergius (Mefodiev) and Virgin-martyr Anastasia, at Ivanova (1922);
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Virgin-martyr Mary (1938);
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New Hieromartyr John (Spassky), Priest of Tver (1941);
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'''Other Commemorations''':
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Incineration of the [[relics]] of [[Sava of Serbia|Saint Sabbas]], first Archbishop of Serbia, by [[w:Sinan Pasha|Sinan Pasha]] (1595);
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Glorification (1999) of New Hieromartyr Hilarion (Troitsky), Archbishop of Vereya (1929)
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Latest revision as of 20:50, August 29, 2012

Apostle Symeon

Hieromartyr Symeon the kinsman of the Lord, Apostle of the Seventy and Bishop of Jerusalem (107); Martyr Anthimus of Nicomedia, Bishop (303); Martyr Poplionus (Poplion, Popllon); Martyr Lollionus the New (Longinus the New); Saint Pollion the Reader (Pollio), of Cibalis in Pannonia, burnt alive under Diocletian (306); Saint Eulogius the Hospitable of Constantinople (6th c.); Saint Nicon, abbot of the Monastery of St. Gerasimus (6th c.); Saint Simeon Stylites the Younger of Cilicia (Symeon the New Stylite) (597), and his brother George; Saint John of Cathares, abbot of Cathares Monastery at Constantinople (839); Saint Liberalis of Treviso, priest from Ancona in Italy, worked for the conversion of the Arians and suffered much at their hands (400); Saint Theophilus, Bishop of Brescia (427); Saint Maughold {Machalus), Bishop of the Isle of Man (ca.488); Saint Assicus (Ascicus, Tassach), first bishop of Elphin, Ireland, converted to Christianity by Saint Patrick (490); Saint Tertullian, eighth Bishop of Bologna in Italy (490); Saint Enoder (Cynidr, Kenedr, Quidic) (6th c.); Saint Winewald, Abbot of Beverley in England (ca.731); Saint Floribert of Liège (746); Saint Stephen, Abbot of the Kiev Caves and Bishop of Vladimir in Volhynia (1094); New Hieromartyr Seraphim of Phanarion, Bishop of Phanarion and Neokhorion (1601); New Martyr Elias Ardunis of Mount Athos (1686) New Hieromartyrs Paul (Svetozarov), Protopresbyter (1922) and John (Rozhdestvensky), Priests of Ivanova (1922); New Martyrs: Peter (Yazikov), Nicholas (Malkov), Auxentius (Kalashnikov), Sergius (Mefodiev) and Virgin-martyr Anastasia, at Ivanova (1922); Virgin-martyr Mary (1938); New Hieromartyr John (Spassky), Priest of Tver (1941); Other Commemorations: Incineration of the relics of Saint Sabbas, first Archbishop of Serbia, by Sinan Pasha (1595); Glorification (1999) of New Hieromartyr Hilarion (Troitsky), Archbishop of Vereya (1929)

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