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</div>[[Martyr]]s Eustratius, Auxentius, Eugene, Mardarius, and Orestes at Sebaste; [[Virgin-Martyr]] Lucy of Syracuse; [[Saint]] Arsenius of Latros; [[Hieromartyr]] [[Gavrilo I of Pec|Gabriel]], [[Archbishop]] of Serbia; Saint Mardarius, [[recluse]] of the [[Kiev Caves]]; Saint Ares, [[monk]]; [[Schemamonk]] Pantileimon "the Resurrected" of Glinsk [[Hermitage]]; [[Venerable]] Arcadius of Novy Torg; Venerable Nicodemus the Romanian; Saint Nicodemus of Serbia; Saint Judoc, Hermit of Ponthieu; Saint Ares, monk; Saint Edburga, [[Abbess]] of Minster; repose of Venerable [[Herman of Alaska]], [[Wonder-worker]] of All America
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[[File:Aa-StLucy.jpg|100px|St. Lucy of Syracuse.]]<br>
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[[Image:Herman of Alaska.jpg|100px|St. Herman of Alaska]]<br>
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[[File:Lozina Lozinsky 1928.jpg|100px|New Hieromartyr Protopresbyter Vladimir Lozina-Lozinsky.]]
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[[Martyr]]s Eustratius, Auxentius, Eugene, Mardarius, and Orestes, at [[w:Sivas|Sebaste]] (284-305);
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Venerable Ares, [[monk]] in the Egyptian desert;
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Venerable Arsenius the Ascetic of [[w:Beşparmak Mountains|Mt. Latros]] (ca.8th-10th c.);
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Martyr Antiochus of Sulcis, under Emperor Hadrian (ca.110);
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[[Virgin-Martyr]] [[Lucy of Syracuse]] (Lucia) (304);  
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Saint Columba of Terryglass and Holy Island on [[w:Lough Derg (Shannon)|Lough Derg]], Ireland (549) (see also [[December 12]]);
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Saint Judoc (Judocus, Judganoc, Josse), a Priest, brother of King Judicäel of Brittany, became a hermit in Villiers-[[w:Saint-Josse|Saint-Josse]] ([[w:Ponthieu|Ponthieu]]) (ca.668);
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Saint Aubert, Bishop of Cambrai-Arras in France, founded monasteries including [[w:Abbey of St. Vaast|Saint Vaast Abbey]] in Arras (669);
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Saint Odilia of Alsace (Otilia, Othilia) (ca.720);
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Saint Edburga of Minster-in-Thanet, a disciple of St Mildred, whom she probably succeeded as [[Abbess]] of [[w:Minster-in-Thanet|Minster-in-Thanet]] in 716 (751);
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Saint Tassio, Duke of Bavaria and a great monastic benefactor, became a monk at [[w:Jumièges Abbey|Jumièges Abbey]], reposed at [[w:Jumièges Abbey|Lorsch Abbey]] (ca.794);
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Saints Einhildis and Roswinda, nuns at [[w:Mont Sainte-Odile Abbey|Hohenburg Abbey]] in Alsace in France with St Ottilia (8th c.);
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Saint Wilfrid (Wiffred), a monk and Abbot of the [[w:Abbey of St. Victor, Marseille|Monastery of St Victor]] in Marseilles, France (1021);
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[[Venerable]] Arcadius of Novy Torg, Monk of Novotorzhok, disciple of St. Ephrem (1077);
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Saints Neophytos, Ignatius, Procopius and Neilos, founders of the Holy [[w:Machairas Monastery|Monastery of Machaira]], Cyprus (1145, 1172);
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Saint Mardarius, [[Recluse]] of the [[Kiev Caves]] (13th c.);
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Hieromartyr [[Gabriel I of Pec]], [[Archbishop]] of Serbia (1659);
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Saint Dositheus, Metropolitan of Moldavia (Romania) (1693);
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Venerable Nicodemus of Romania;
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Repose of Venerable [[Herman of Alaska]], [[Wonder-worker]] of All America (1836) (see also [[December 12]] - [[Akolouthia|Service]] sung; and [[August 9]] - feast day);
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New Hieromartyr Alexander, Priest, and Martyr John (1920);
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New Hieromartyr [[Vladimir Lozina-Lozinsky]], [[Protopresbyter]] of St. Petersburg (1937);
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New Hieromartyrs Alexander and Jacob, Priests (1937);
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New Hieromartyr Nicholas (Amasisky), Priest of Alma-Ata (1938);
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New Hieromartyrs Emilian and Basil, Priests (1941);
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'''Other Commemorations''':
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[[Synaxis]] of the First Martyrs of the American land: Hieromartyr [[Juvenaly of Alaska|Juvenaly]] (1796) and [[Peter the Aleut]] (ca.1815) (see also [[September 24]] - Synaxis of All Saints of Alaska);
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Repose of [[Schemamonk]] Panteleimon “the Resurrected,” of Glinsk [[Hermitage]] (1895);
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Repose of Blessed Maximus of Ustiug (1906);
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Repose of Bishop Theodore, [[Wonderworker]] of Trolov Convent in Kiev (1924);
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Repose of Hieromonk Joel of [[Valaam Monastery|Valaam]] (1937).
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Latest revision as of 18:26, October 16, 2012

The martyrdom of Eustratius, Auxentius, Eugene, Mardarius and Orestes.
St. Lucy of Syracuse.
St. Herman of Alaska
New Hieromartyr Protopresbyter Vladimir Lozina-Lozinsky.

Martyrs Eustratius, Auxentius, Eugene, Mardarius, and Orestes, at Sebaste (284-305); Venerable Ares, monk in the Egyptian desert; Venerable Arsenius the Ascetic of Mt. Latros (ca.8th-10th c.); Martyr Antiochus of Sulcis, under Emperor Hadrian (ca.110); Virgin-Martyr Lucy of Syracuse (Lucia) (304); Saint Columba of Terryglass and Holy Island on Lough Derg, Ireland (549) (see also December 12); Saint Judoc (Judocus, Judganoc, Josse), a Priest, brother of King Judicäel of Brittany, became a hermit in Villiers-Saint-Josse (Ponthieu) (ca.668); Saint Aubert, Bishop of Cambrai-Arras in France, founded monasteries including Saint Vaast Abbey in Arras (669); Saint Odilia of Alsace (Otilia, Othilia) (ca.720); Saint Edburga of Minster-in-Thanet, a disciple of St Mildred, whom she probably succeeded as Abbess of Minster-in-Thanet in 716 (751); Saint Tassio, Duke of Bavaria and a great monastic benefactor, became a monk at Jumièges Abbey, reposed at Lorsch Abbey (ca.794); Saints Einhildis and Roswinda, nuns at Hohenburg Abbey in Alsace in France with St Ottilia (8th c.); Saint Wilfrid (Wiffred), a monk and Abbot of the Monastery of St Victor in Marseilles, France (1021); Venerable Arcadius of Novy Torg, Monk of Novotorzhok, disciple of St. Ephrem (1077); Saints Neophytos, Ignatius, Procopius and Neilos, founders of the Holy Monastery of Machaira, Cyprus (1145, 1172); Saint Mardarius, Recluse of the Kiev Caves (13th c.); Hieromartyr Gabriel I of Pec, Archbishop of Serbia (1659); Saint Dositheus, Metropolitan of Moldavia (Romania) (1693); Venerable Nicodemus of Romania; Repose of Venerable Herman of Alaska, Wonder-worker of All America (1836) (see also December 12 - Service sung; and August 9 - feast day); New Hieromartyr Alexander, Priest, and Martyr John (1920); New Hieromartyr Vladimir Lozina-Lozinsky, Protopresbyter of St. Petersburg (1937); New Hieromartyrs Alexander and Jacob, Priests (1937); New Hieromartyr Nicholas (Amasisky), Priest of Alma-Ata (1938); New Hieromartyrs Emilian and Basil, Priests (1941); Other Commemorations: Synaxis of the First Martyrs of the American land: Hieromartyr Juvenaly (1796) and Peter the Aleut (ca.1815) (see also September 24 - Synaxis of All Saints of Alaska); Repose of Schemamonk Panteleimon “the Resurrected,” of Glinsk Hermitage (1895); Repose of Blessed Maximus of Ustiug (1906); Repose of Bishop Theodore, Wonderworker of Trolov Convent in Kiev (1924); Repose of Hieromonk Joel of Valaam (1937).

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