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</div>[[Afterfeast|Third Day]] of the [[Feast]] of the [[Nativity]]; Holy [[Protomartyr]] and [[Archdeacon]] [[Stephen the Protomartyr|Stephen]]; [[Saint]] Theodore Graptus "the Branded", [[confessor]], brother of St. Theophanes the [[Hymnographer]] (see [[October 11]]); Saint Theodore, [[Archbishop]] of Constantinople; Saint Luke, [[monk]] of Tryglia; [[New-Martyr]]s Tikhon, Archbishop of Voronezh, and with him 160 martyred [[priest]]s; Saints Theophan and Poietus, brothers; martyrdom of Saint Maurice and 70 soldiers of the Theban Legion; '''Other events:''' repose of Athanasius of [[Grigoriou Monastery (Athos)|Grigoriou Monastery]], [[Mount Athos]]
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[[Afterfeast|Third Day]] of the [[Feast]] of the [[Nativity]];  
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Holy [[Protomartyr]] and [[Archdeacon]] [[Apostle Stephen the Protomartyr|Stephen]] (34);  
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Saint Maximus, Pope of Alexandria (282);
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Martyrs Maurice, with his son Photinus, and 70 soldiers, at [[w:Apamea Myrlea|Apamea]] (286-305);
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Saint Theodore, Patriarch of Constantinople (686);
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Venerable Theodore the Branded (Theodore Graptus), of Palestine and Bithynia, Confessor, brother of St. Theophanes the [[Hymnographer]] (840);
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Venerable Luke, Abbot of the Monastery of the Deep Stream in Triglia, in Bithynia;
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Saint Fabiola, a patrician in Rome who gave up all earthly pleasures and devoted herself to the practice of Christian asceticism and charitable work (399);
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Saint Svyatoslav II Yaroslavich, Prince of Chernihiv, son of St Yaroslav the Wise (1076);
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Venerable Abbot Boniface (Vinogradsky), founder of St. Panteleimon Monastery, Kiev (1871);
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New Hieromartyrs Tikhon (Nikanorov), Archbishop of Voronezh, and with him 160 martyred [[priest]]s (1919);
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Virgin-Martyr Antonina (1937);
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'''Other Commemorations:'''
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Uncovering of Relics (1514) of Venerable Pherapont (Therapont) of Mozhaisk, Luzhetsk (feast day [[May 27]]);
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Repose of Nicholas Ilminsky, Missionary to the Tatars (1891);
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Repose of Archimandrite Agathangelus of Svir and Valaam (1909);
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Repose of Helen Ivanovna Motovilova (1910);
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Repose of Abbot Athanasius of [[Grigoriou Monastery (Athos)|Grigoriou Monastery]], [[Mount Athos]] (1953);
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Repose of Archimandrite Seraphim (Rozenberg) of the [[Pskov-Caves Monastery]] (1993);
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Icon of the Mother of God "the Merciful".
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Latest revision as of 11:28, January 11, 2013

The Protomartyr Stephen

Third Day of the Feast of the Nativity; Holy Protomartyr and Archdeacon Stephen (34); Saint Maximus, Pope of Alexandria (282); Martyrs Maurice, with his son Photinus, and 70 soldiers, at Apamea (286-305); Saint Theodore, Patriarch of Constantinople (686); Venerable Theodore the Branded (Theodore Graptus), of Palestine and Bithynia, Confessor, brother of St. Theophanes the Hymnographer (840); Venerable Luke, Abbot of the Monastery of the Deep Stream in Triglia, in Bithynia; Saint Fabiola, a patrician in Rome who gave up all earthly pleasures and devoted herself to the practice of Christian asceticism and charitable work (399); Saint Svyatoslav II Yaroslavich, Prince of Chernihiv, son of St Yaroslav the Wise (1076); Venerable Abbot Boniface (Vinogradsky), founder of St. Panteleimon Monastery, Kiev (1871); New Hieromartyrs Tikhon (Nikanorov), Archbishop of Voronezh, and with him 160 martyred priests (1919); Virgin-Martyr Antonina (1937); Other Commemorations: Uncovering of Relics (1514) of Venerable Pherapont (Therapont) of Mozhaisk, Luzhetsk (feast day May 27); Repose of Nicholas Ilminsky, Missionary to the Tatars (1891); Repose of Archimandrite Agathangelus of Svir and Valaam (1909); Repose of Helen Ivanovna Motovilova (1910); Repose of Abbot Athanasius of Grigoriou Monastery, Mount Athos (1953); Repose of Archimandrite Seraphim (Rozenberg) of the Pskov-Caves Monastery (1993); Icon of the Mother of God "the Merciful".

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