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</div>[[Apostle]] [[Apostle Aquila|Aquila]] of the Seventy, and [[Saint]] Priscilla; Saint Ellius (Hellius) of Egypt; Saint Onesimus, [[monk]] of Magnesia; [[Venerable]] Nicodemus the Hagiorite; Saint Stephen, [[Abbot]] of Makhrishche, Vologda; [[Martyr]] Justus at Rome; Saint Nicodemus the Righteous of [[Mount Athos]] (spiritual writer); Martyrs Aquila, Hilary, Peter the New, and Heraclius; Saint Joseph the [[Confessor]], [[Archbishop]] of Thessaloniki, brother of Saint [[Theodore the Studite]] (see [[November 11]]); Saint Peter, [[Bishop]] of Crete; Saint Deusdedit, [[Archbishop of Canterbury]]
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</div>[[Apostle]] [[Apostle Aquila|Aquila]] of the Seventy, and [[Saint]] Priscilla; Saint Ellius (Hellius) of Egypt; Saint Onesimus, [[monk]] of Magnesia; [[Venerable]] [[Nicodemus of the Holy Mountain|Nicodemus the Hagiorite]]; Saint Stephen, [[Abbot]] of Makhrishche, Vologda; [[Martyr]] Justus at Rome; Martyrs Aquila, Hilary, Peter the New, and Heraclius; Saint Joseph the [[Confessor]], [[Archbishop]] of Thessaloniki, brother of Saint [[Theodore the Studite]] (see [[November 11]]); Saint Peter, [[Bishop]] of Crete; Saint Deusdedit, [[Archbishop of Canterbury]]
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Our Lord Jesus Christ

Apostle Aquila of the Seventy, and Saint Priscilla; Saint Ellius (Hellius) of Egypt; Saint Onesimus, monk of Magnesia; Venerable Nicodemus the Hagiorite; Saint Stephen, Abbot of Makhrishche, Vologda; Martyr Justus at Rome; Martyrs Aquila, Hilary, Peter the New, and Heraclius; Saint Joseph the Confessor, Archbishop of Thessaloniki, brother of Saint Theodore the Studite (see November 11); Saint Peter, Bishop of Crete; Saint Deusdedit, Archbishop of Canterbury
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