Template:February 19

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</div>[[Apostles]] [[Apostle Archippus|Archippos]], [[Apostle Philemon|Philemon]], and [[Apostle Apphia|Apphias]] of the Seventy; Venerable-martyr Philothea of Athens; [[New-Martyr]] Nikita the New of Epiros; Odran of Ireland, Saint [[Patrick of Ireland|Patrick]]'s chariot driver, slain in an attempt on Patrick's life
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</div>[[Apostles]] [[Apostle Archippus|Archippos]], [[Apostle Philemon|Philemon]], and [[Apostle Apphia|Apphias]] of the Seventy; [[Saint]] Dositheus of Palestine, [[disciple]] of St. Abba Dorotheus (see [[June 5]]); Saint Rabulas of Samosata; Saints Eugene and Macarius, [[presbyter]]s, [[confessor]]s at Antioch; [[Martyr]]s Maximus, Theodotus, Hesychius, and Asclepiodota of Adrianopolis; Saint Conon, [[Abbot]] of the Pethukla [[Monastery]] in Palestine; New [[Hieromartyr]] Nikita of Epirus; [[Venerable]] [[Hieromonk]] Theodore of Sanaxar Monastery; [[Monastic]] [[Martyr]] [[Philothei of Athens]] the [[Righteous]] [[nun]]; Odran of Ireland, St.[[Patrick of Ireland|Patrick]]'s chariot driver
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Our Lord Jesus Christ

Apostles Archippos, Philemon, and Apphias of the Seventy; Saint Dositheus of Palestine, disciple of St. Abba Dorotheus (see June 5); Saint Rabulas of Samosata; Saints Eugene and Macarius, presbyters, confessors at Antioch; Martyrs Maximus, Theodotus, Hesychius, and Asclepiodota of Adrianopolis; Saint Conon, Abbot of the Pethukla Monastery in Palestine; New Hieromartyr Nikita of Epirus; Venerable Hieromonk Theodore of Sanaxar Monastery; Monastic Martyr Philothei of Athens the Righteous nun; Odran of Ireland, St.Patrick's chariot driver
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