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</div>The Placing of the Honorable Robe of the Most Holy [[Theotokos]] at Blachernae<!--- [Heb 9:1-7; Lk 10:38-42; 11:27-28] --->; [[Saint]] Juvenal, [[Patriarch]] of Jerusalem; Saint Photius, [[Metropolitan]] of Kiev; Saint [[Juvenal of Alaska|Juvenal]], [[Protomartyr]] of America and Alaska (see also [[September 24]] and [[December 12]]); Saint Monegunda of Chartres (Gaul); Saint Oudoceos, Bishop of Llandaff; Saint Swithun, Bishop of Winchester; [[Martyr]] Koïntos of Phyrgia; new-martyrs of Samothrace; repose of Saint Job, first [[Patriarch]] of Moscow (see also [[April 5]] and [[June 19]]); repose of Elder Zachariah of Moscow
 
</div>The Placing of the Honorable Robe of the Most Holy [[Theotokos]] at Blachernae<!--- [Heb 9:1-7; Lk 10:38-42; 11:27-28] --->; [[Saint]] Juvenal, [[Patriarch]] of Jerusalem; Saint Photius, [[Metropolitan]] of Kiev; Saint [[Juvenal of Alaska|Juvenal]], [[Protomartyr]] of America and Alaska (see also [[September 24]] and [[December 12]]); Saint Monegunda of Chartres (Gaul); Saint Oudoceos, Bishop of Llandaff; Saint Swithun, Bishop of Winchester; [[Martyr]] Koïntos of Phyrgia; new-martyrs of Samothrace; repose of Saint Job, first [[Patriarch]] of Moscow (see also [[April 5]] and [[June 19]]); repose of Elder Zachariah of Moscow

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St. Juvenaly of Alaska

The Placing of the Honorable Robe of the Most Holy Theotokos at Blachernae; Saint Juvenal, Patriarch of Jerusalem; Saint Photius, Metropolitan of Kiev; Saint Juvenal, Protomartyr of America and Alaska (see also September 24 and December 12); Saint Monegunda of Chartres (Gaul); Saint Oudoceos, Bishop of Llandaff; Saint Swithun, Bishop of Winchester; Martyr Koïntos of Phyrgia; new-martyrs of Samothrace; repose of Saint Job, first Patriarch of Moscow (see also April 5 and June 19); repose of Elder Zachariah of Moscow
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