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</div>[[Great-martyr]] [[Barbara of Heliopolis|Barbara]] and [[Martyr]] [[Juliana of Nicomedia|Juliana]] at Heliopolis in Syria; Hieromartyr [[John of Damascus]]; Saint John, [[Bishop]] of Polybotum; Gennadius, Archbishop of Novgorod; New Hieromartyr [[Seraphim of Phanarion|Seraphim]], Bishop of the [[Phanar]]; Hieromartyrs Damascene, Bishop of Glukhov and his father [[Priest]] Nicholas (Tsedrick); Martyrs Christodoula and Christodoulos; translation of the [[relics]] of Saint Nectan of Hartland (see [[June 17]]); [[Hieromartyr]] [[Alexander Hotovitzky]] of Russia, [[missionary]] to America; [[Icon]] of the [[Mother of God]] of Damascus
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Commemoration of the Twelve Prophets (Twelve Minor [[Prophet]]s); Apostle Crispus of the Seventy Apostles, Bishop of Chalcedon (1st c.); [[Great-martyr]] [[Barbara of Heliopolis|Barbara]], at Heliopolis in Syria (306); Martyr [[Juliana of Nicomedia|Juliana]], at Heliopolis in Syria (306); Martyrs Christodoulos and Christodoula, by the sword; Saint John the Wonderworker, Bishop of Polybotum, in Phrygia Salutaris (716); Saint [[John of Damascus]] (John Damascene), monk of [[Holy Lavra of St. Savas (Jerusalem)|St. Sabbas Monastery]] (749); Saint Felix of Bologna, a Deacon of the Church of Milan with St Ambrose, and later the fifth Bishop of Bologna (429); Saint Bertoara, Abbess of Notre-Dame-de-Sales in Bourges (614); Saint Ada, niece of Engebert, Bishop of Le Mans, she became a nun at Soissons, and Abbess in Le Mans (7th c.); Venerable Cassian the Martyr (Kassianos), one of the "300 Allemagne Saints" in Cyprus (late 12th c.); Saint Gennadius of Novgorod, Archbishop of Novgorod (1504); New Hieromartyr [[Seraphim of Phanarion]], Archbishop of Phanarion and Neochorion (1601); Hieromartyr Nicholas (Tsedrik), Priest (1917), and his son Hieromartyr Damascene (Tsedrik), Bishop of Glukhov (1935); New Martyrs of Perm (1918): Hieromartyrs Protopresbyters Alexis (Saburov) and John (Pyankov), Priests Alexander (Posokhin) and Nicholas (Yakhontov), Deacon Basil (Kashin) and with him 10 Martyrs; Hieromartyr Demetrius, Priest (1937); Virgin-martyrs Ecaterine and Cyra (1937); Hieromartyr [[Alexander Hotovitzky]] of Russia, Hieromartyr of the Bolshevik yoke, [[Missionary]] to America (1937); '''Other commemorations''': Icon of the [[Mother of God]] of Damascus ([[Panagia Tricherousa|Panayia Tricherousa]], "Three-handed Theotokos") (ca.717); Translation of the [[relics]] of Saint Nectan of Hartland (see [[June 17]]).
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St. John of Damascus

Commemoration of the Twelve Prophets (Twelve Minor Prophets); Apostle Crispus of the Seventy Apostles, Bishop of Chalcedon (1st c.); Great-martyr Barbara, at Heliopolis in Syria (306); Martyr Juliana, at Heliopolis in Syria (306); Martyrs Christodoulos and Christodoula, by the sword; Saint John the Wonderworker, Bishop of Polybotum, in Phrygia Salutaris (716); Saint John of Damascus (John Damascene), monk of St. Sabbas Monastery (749); Saint Felix of Bologna, a Deacon of the Church of Milan with St Ambrose, and later the fifth Bishop of Bologna (429); Saint Bertoara, Abbess of Notre-Dame-de-Sales in Bourges (614); Saint Ada, niece of Engebert, Bishop of Le Mans, she became a nun at Soissons, and Abbess in Le Mans (7th c.); Venerable Cassian the Martyr (Kassianos), one of the "300 Allemagne Saints" in Cyprus (late 12th c.); Saint Gennadius of Novgorod, Archbishop of Novgorod (1504); New Hieromartyr Seraphim of Phanarion, Archbishop of Phanarion and Neochorion (1601); Hieromartyr Nicholas (Tsedrik), Priest (1917), and his son Hieromartyr Damascene (Tsedrik), Bishop of Glukhov (1935); New Martyrs of Perm (1918): Hieromartyrs Protopresbyters Alexis (Saburov) and John (Pyankov), Priests Alexander (Posokhin) and Nicholas (Yakhontov), Deacon Basil (Kashin) and with him 10 Martyrs; Hieromartyr Demetrius, Priest (1937); Virgin-martyrs Ecaterine and Cyra (1937); Hieromartyr Alexander Hotovitzky of Russia, Hieromartyr of the Bolshevik yoke, Missionary to America (1937); Other commemorations: Icon of the Mother of God of Damascus (Panayia Tricherousa, "Three-handed Theotokos") (ca.717); Translation of the relics of Saint Nectan of Hartland (see June 17).

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