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</div>[[Afterfeast]] of the [[Nativity]] of [[Christ]]; the 20,000 [[martyr]]s of Nicomedia, including: Glycerius, Zeno, Theophilus, Dorotheus, Mardonius, Migdonius, Indes, Gorgonius, Peter, Euthymius, and the virgins Agape, Domna, and Theophila; [[Apostle]] [[Apostle Nicanor|Nicanor]] the [[Deacon]]; [[Saint]] Ignatius, [[monk]] of Lomsk (Vologda); Saint Simon the [[Myrrh-gusher]], founder of [[Simonopetra Monastery (Athos)|Simonopetra Monastery]] on [[Mount Athos]]; Saint Babylas of Tarsus in Cilicia; [[New-Martyr]] Nikodim, [[Bishop]] of Belgorod; Martyr Secundus; repose of Blessed Cornelius, monk of Krypets [[Monastery]] in Pskov
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[[Afterfeast]] of the [[Nativity]] of [[Christ]];  
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Apostle [[Apostle Nicanor|Nicanor]] the [[Deacon]], one of the Seven Deacons, and one of the Seventy (34);
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Martyr Secundus, an Enlightener of Spain, sent by the Apostles to Spain to preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ (1st c.);
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The 20,000 Martyrs of Nicomedia (302), including: Hieromartyr Glycerius the priest, Deacons Theophilus and Migdonius, Martyrs Zeno, Dorotheus, Mardonius, Indes, Gorgonius, Peter, and Euthymius, and Virgin-martyrs Agape, Domna (the former pagan priestess), Theophila, and others;
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Martyr Ploutodoros;
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Venerable Babylas of Tarsus in Cilicia;
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Venerable Stephen the Wonderworker;
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Martyrs Castor, Victor and Rogatian, in North Africa;
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Saint Domnio (Domnion), a righteous priest in Rome;
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Saint Romulus and Conindrus, two of the first people to preach Orthodoxy on the Isle of Man, contemporaries of St Patrick (ca.450);
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Saint Maughold (Maccaldus), sent by St. Patrick to the Isle of Man, where his episcopate was very fruitful (ca.488);
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Saint Antony of Lérins (Anthony the Hermit), renowned for miracles (ca.520);
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Saint Simon the [[Myrrh-gusher]], founder of [[Simonopetra Monastery (Athos)|Simonopetra Monastery]] on [[Mount Athos]] (1287);
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Saint Ignatius, Monk of Loma (Vologda) (''Ignatii of Lomsk and Yaroslavsk'') (1591);
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Saint Cornelius, monk of Krypetsk Monastery ([[Pskov]]) (1903);
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Hieromonk St Pakhomij (Petin–1985);
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New Hieromartyr Nikodim (Kononov), Bishop of Belgorod, at Solovki (1918);
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New Hieromartyr Arcadius Reshetnikov, Deacon (1918);
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New Hieromartyr Alexander, Priest (1920);
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New Hieromartyrs Theoctistus, and Leonid, Priests (1937);
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New Hieromartyr Aretha, Priest (1938);
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'''Other Commemorations:'''
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Repose of Joseph the Hesychast (Romania) (1828).
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Latest revision as of 07:50, January 12, 2013

The Nativity of Christ
The 20,000 Martyrs of Nicomedia

Afterfeast of the Nativity of Christ; Apostle Nicanor the Deacon, one of the Seven Deacons, and one of the Seventy (34); Martyr Secundus, an Enlightener of Spain, sent by the Apostles to Spain to preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ (1st c.); The 20,000 Martyrs of Nicomedia (302), including: Hieromartyr Glycerius the priest, Deacons Theophilus and Migdonius, Martyrs Zeno, Dorotheus, Mardonius, Indes, Gorgonius, Peter, and Euthymius, and Virgin-martyrs Agape, Domna (the former pagan priestess), Theophila, and others; Martyr Ploutodoros; Venerable Babylas of Tarsus in Cilicia; Venerable Stephen the Wonderworker; Martyrs Castor, Victor and Rogatian, in North Africa; Saint Domnio (Domnion), a righteous priest in Rome; Saint Romulus and Conindrus, two of the first people to preach Orthodoxy on the Isle of Man, contemporaries of St Patrick (ca.450); Saint Maughold (Maccaldus), sent by St. Patrick to the Isle of Man, where his episcopate was very fruitful (ca.488); Saint Antony of Lérins (Anthony the Hermit), renowned for miracles (ca.520); Saint Simon the Myrrh-gusher, founder of Simonopetra Monastery on Mount Athos (1287); Saint Ignatius, Monk of Loma (Vologda) (Ignatii of Lomsk and Yaroslavsk) (1591); Saint Cornelius, monk of Krypetsk Monastery (Pskov) (1903); Hieromonk St Pakhomij (Petin–1985); New Hieromartyr Nikodim (Kononov), Bishop of Belgorod, at Solovki (1918); New Hieromartyr Arcadius Reshetnikov, Deacon (1918); New Hieromartyr Alexander, Priest (1920); New Hieromartyrs Theoctistus, and Leonid, Priests (1937); New Hieromartyr Aretha, Priest (1938); Other Commemorations: Repose of Joseph the Hesychast (Romania) (1828).

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