Template:February 16

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</div>[[Martyr]]s Pamphilus the [[presbyter]], Valens the [[deacon]], Paul, Seleucus, Porphyrius, Julian, Theodulus, Elias, Jeremiah, Isaiah, Samuel and Daniel, at Caesaria in Palestine; [[Saint]] Maruthas, [[Bishop]] of Martyropolis in Mesopotamia, and the Persians martyred with him; Martyr Romanus of [[Mount Athos]]; [[New-Martyr]]s [[Priest]] Elias and Priest Peter Lagov; Saint Flavian the [[hermit]]; Saint Flavian, [[Archbishop]] of Antioch; Saint [[Flavian the Confessor]], [[Patriarch]] of Constantinople; Saint Romanos the Younger; [[Virgin-Martyr]] Juliana of Naples. '''Other events:''' repose of [[Metropolitan]] Macarius of Moscow, [[Apostle]] to the Altai
 
</div>[[Martyr]]s Pamphilus the [[presbyter]], Valens the [[deacon]], Paul, Seleucus, Porphyrius, Julian, Theodulus, Elias, Jeremiah, Isaiah, Samuel and Daniel, at Caesaria in Palestine; [[Saint]] Maruthas, [[Bishop]] of Martyropolis in Mesopotamia, and the Persians martyred with him; Martyr Romanus of [[Mount Athos]]; [[New-Martyr]]s [[Priest]] Elias and Priest Peter Lagov; Saint Flavian the [[hermit]]; Saint Flavian, [[Archbishop]] of Antioch; Saint [[Flavian the Confessor]], [[Patriarch]] of Constantinople; Saint Romanos the Younger; [[Virgin-Martyr]] Juliana of Naples. '''Other events:''' repose of [[Metropolitan]] Macarius of Moscow, [[Apostle]] to the Altai
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Our Lord Jesus Christ

Martyrs Pamphilus the presbyter, Valens the deacon, Paul, Seleucus, Porphyrius, Julian, Theodulus, Elias, Jeremiah, Isaiah, Samuel and Daniel, at Caesaria in Palestine; Saint Maruthas, Bishop of Martyropolis in Mesopotamia, and the Persians martyred with him; Martyr Romanus of Mount Athos; New-Martyrs Priest Elias and Priest Peter Lagov; Saint Flavian the hermit; Saint Flavian, Archbishop of Antioch; Saint Flavian the Confessor, Patriarch of Constantinople; Saint Romanos the Younger; Virgin-Martyr Juliana of Naples. Other events: repose of Metropolitan Macarius of Moscow, Apostle to the Altai
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