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</div>[[Afterfeast]] of the [[Transfiguration]]; [[Martyr]]s Anicetus and Photius (Photinus) his nephew, of Nicomedia, and those with them; Martyrs Pamphilus and Capito; [[Hieromartyr]] Alexander, [[Bishop]] of Comana; [[Saint]] Pallamon of Egypt, instructor of St. Pachomius the Great; Saints Sergius and Stephen, [[monk]]s; Twelve soldier-martyrs of Crete; Martyrs Gerontius, Serapion, Herman, Bessarion, Michael, and Svimeoni of the St. David Gareji [[Monastery]] in Georgia; Saint Jambert, [[Archbishop of Canterbury]]; Saint Kastor; Saint Murtagh, Bishop of Killala; translation of the [[relics]] of Saint Edwold, [[Hermit]] of Cerne
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</div>[[Afterfeast]] of the [[Transfiguration]]; [[Martyr]]s [[Anicetus and Photius]] (Photinus) his nephew, of Nicomedia, and those with them; Martyrs Pamphilus and Capito; [[Hieromartyr]] Alexander, [[Bishop]] of Comana; [[Saint]] Pallamon of Egypt, instructor of St. Pachomius the Great; Saints Sergius and Stephen, [[monk]]s; Twelve soldier-martyrs of Crete; Martyrs Gerontius, Serapion, Herman, Bessarion, Michael, and Svimeoni of the St. David Gareji [[Monastery]] in Georgia; Saint Jambert, [[Archbishop of Canterbury]]; Saint Kastor; Saint Murtagh, Bishop of Killala; translation of the [[relics]] of Saint Edwold, [[Hermit]] of Cerne

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The Transfiguration of Christ

Afterfeast of the Transfiguration; Martyrs Anicetus and Photius (Photinus) his nephew, of Nicomedia, and those with them; Martyrs Pamphilus and Capito; Hieromartyr Alexander, Bishop of Comana; Saint Pallamon of Egypt, instructor of St. Pachomius the Great; Saints Sergius and Stephen, monks; Twelve soldier-martyrs of Crete; Martyrs Gerontius, Serapion, Herman, Bessarion, Michael, and Svimeoni of the St. David Gareji Monastery in Georgia; Saint Jambert, Archbishop of Canterbury; Saint Kastor; Saint Murtagh, Bishop of Killala; translation of the relics of Saint Edwold, Hermit of Cerne
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