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</div>[[Afterfeast]] of the [[Theophany]] of Our Lord and Savior [[Jesus|Jesus Christ]]; [[Polyeuctus of Meletine|Polyeuctus]] the [[Martyr]] of Meletine in Armenia; [[Philip of Moscow|Philip]], [[Metropolitan]] of Moscow and all Russia, [[priest]]-[[martyr]]; [[Eustratius the Wonder-worker]]; [[Peter of Sebaste|Peter]], [[Bishop]] of Sebaste, brother of [[Basil the Great]] and [[Gregory of Nyssa]]
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[[Afterfeast]] of the [[Theophany]] of Our Lord and Savior [[Jesus|Jesus Christ]];  
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[[Prophet]] Shemaiah (''Samaia, Semeias''), III Kings 12:22, (10th c. BC) - (''see also [[January 8]] - Greek'');
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[[Martyr]] Polyeuctus of Melitene in Armenia (259);
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Martyr Antonina of Nicomedia, martyred at sea;
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Martyr Lawrence, martyred in the arena;
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[[Saint]] Peter of Sebaste, [[Bishop]] of Sebaste in Armenia, brother of Ss. [[Basil the Great]] and [[Gregory of Nyssa]] (ca. 395);
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Saint Eustratius the [[Wonderworker]], of Tarsus (821);
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Venerable Basil and Gregory the Wonderworkers, uncles of Saint Eustratius (9th c.);
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Virgin-Martyr Paschasia, venerated from ancient times in Dijon in France (ca.178);
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Epictetus, Jucundus, Secundus, Vitalis, Felix and seven other Companions - Twelve martyrs in North Africa, under Decian (ca.250);
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Virgin-martyr Marciana of Mauretania (ca.303);
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Saint Marcellinus of Ancona, Bishop of Ancona (566);
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Saint Waningus (''Vaneng''), Benedictine abbot (ca.686);
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Saint Maurontus (''Maurontius, Mauruntius''), founder of the monastery of Saint-Florent-le-Vieil on the Loire in France (ca.700);
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Saint Adrian, [[Abbot]] of Sts Peter and Paul, later called St Augustine's, in Canterbury (710);
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Saint Brithwald (''Brihtwald''), a monk and then the Abbot of Reculver in Kent, and in 693 becoming the ninth [[Archbishop of Canterbury]] (731);
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Saint Foellan (''Foilan, Fillan''), son of St [[Caintigern of Loch Lomond|Kentigerna]], Abbot of Strathfillan (8th c.);
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New Martyr Parthena of [[Metropolis of Edessa and Pella|Edessa]], in Macedonia (1375);
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[[Hieromartyr]] [[Philip II of Moscow|Philip]], [[Metropolitan]] of Moscow and Wonderworker of all Russia (1569);
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Saint Jonah (Miroshnichenko), (Peter in Schema), founder of [[w:Trinity Monastery of St. Jonas|Holy Trinity Monastery in Kiev]], Wonderworker (1902);
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New Hieromartyr Paul (Florensky), Priest (1943);
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'''Other Commemorations:'''
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Commemoration of the great earthquake at Constantinople (869);
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Translation of the [[relics]] (903) of St. Judoc, [[hermit]] of Ponthieu;
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Commemoration of Stefan Yavorsky, Metropolitan of Ryazan and Murom (1722), defender of Orthodoxy;
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Commemoration of Schema-Archimandrite Gabriel (Starodub), Native of Poltava (2010), and of his spiritual Father, Schema-Archimandrite Vitaly (Sidorenko).
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Latest revision as of 14:43, February 24, 2013

The Baptism of Christ

Afterfeast of the Theophany of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ; Prophet Shemaiah (Samaia, Semeias), III Kings 12:22, (10th c. BC) - (see also January 8 - Greek); Martyr Polyeuctus of Melitene in Armenia (259); Martyr Antonina of Nicomedia, martyred at sea; Martyr Lawrence, martyred in the arena; Saint Peter of Sebaste, Bishop of Sebaste in Armenia, brother of Ss. Basil the Great and Gregory of Nyssa (ca. 395); Saint Eustratius the Wonderworker, of Tarsus (821); Venerable Basil and Gregory the Wonderworkers, uncles of Saint Eustratius (9th c.); Virgin-Martyr Paschasia, venerated from ancient times in Dijon in France (ca.178); Epictetus, Jucundus, Secundus, Vitalis, Felix and seven other Companions - Twelve martyrs in North Africa, under Decian (ca.250); Virgin-martyr Marciana of Mauretania (ca.303); Saint Marcellinus of Ancona, Bishop of Ancona (566); Saint Waningus (Vaneng), Benedictine abbot (ca.686); Saint Maurontus (Maurontius, Mauruntius), founder of the monastery of Saint-Florent-le-Vieil on the Loire in France (ca.700); Saint Adrian, Abbot of Sts Peter and Paul, later called St Augustine's, in Canterbury (710); Saint Brithwald (Brihtwald), a monk and then the Abbot of Reculver in Kent, and in 693 becoming the ninth Archbishop of Canterbury (731); Saint Foellan (Foilan, Fillan), son of St Kentigerna, Abbot of Strathfillan (8th c.); New Martyr Parthena of Edessa, in Macedonia (1375); Hieromartyr Philip, Metropolitan of Moscow and Wonderworker of all Russia (1569); Saint Jonah (Miroshnichenko), (Peter in Schema), founder of Holy Trinity Monastery in Kiev, Wonderworker (1902); New Hieromartyr Paul (Florensky), Priest (1943); Other Commemorations: Commemoration of the great earthquake at Constantinople (869); Translation of the relics (903) of St. Judoc, hermit of Ponthieu; Commemoration of Stefan Yavorsky, Metropolitan of Ryazan and Murom (1722), defender of Orthodoxy; Commemoration of Schema-Archimandrite Gabriel (Starodub), Native of Poltava (2010), and of his spiritual Father, Schema-Archimandrite Vitaly (Sidorenko).

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