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</div>[[Xenia of Rome]], [[martyr]], and with her two female slaves; [[Xenia of Petersburg]], [[Holy Fools|fool for Christ]]
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</div>[[Martyr]] Xenia, [[deaconess]] of Rome, and her two female slaves; [[Saint]] Macedonius, [[hermit]] of Syria; Martyrs Babylas of Sicily and his two [[disciple]]s, Timothy and Agapius; Martyrs Paul, Pausirius, and Theodotian, of Egypt; Saint Philo, [[Bishop]] of Kolpasteia, Crete; Martyrs Philippicus the [[presbyter]] with Barsimaeus of Syria and his two brothers; Saint Zosimas, Bishop of Babylon in Egypt; [[Venerable]] Philotheus, founder of [[Philotheou Monastery (Athos)|Philotheou Monastery]] on [[Mount Athos]]; Venerable Dionysius of Olympus and Platina (and Philotheou [[Monastery]] of Mount Athos); Martyr John of Kazan; Saint Gerasimos, Bishop of Perm; Saint Felician, Bishop of Foligno in Umbria, Italy; Martyrs Hermogenes and Mamas (or Menas); Saint Neophytos, the recluse of Cyprus; Saint Helladios; translation of the [[relics]] of Saint Anastasius the Persian.  '''Other events:''' repose of [[Abbess]] Sophia of Shamordina Convent and Bishop Nektary of Seattle
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St. Xenia of Rome

Martyr Xenia, deaconess of Rome, and her two female slaves; Saint Macedonius, hermit of Syria; Martyrs Babylas of Sicily and his two disciples, Timothy and Agapius; Martyrs Paul, Pausirius, and Theodotian, of Egypt; Saint Philo, Bishop of Kolpasteia, Crete; Martyrs Philippicus the presbyter with Barsimaeus of Syria and his two brothers; Saint Zosimas, Bishop of Babylon in Egypt; Venerable Philotheus, founder of Philotheou Monastery on Mount Athos; Venerable Dionysius of Olympus and Platina (and Philotheou Monastery of Mount Athos); Martyr John of Kazan; Saint Gerasimos, Bishop of Perm; Saint Felician, Bishop of Foligno in Umbria, Italy; Martyrs Hermogenes and Mamas (or Menas); Saint Neophytos, the recluse of Cyprus; Saint Helladios; translation of the relics of Saint Anastasius the Persian. Other events: repose of Abbess Sophia of Shamordina Convent and Bishop Nektary of Seattle
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