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</div>[[Synaxis]] of the [[saint]]s of Smolensk; [[Martyr]]s Trophimus, Theophilus, and 13 others in Lycia; [[Hieromartyr]] Apollinarios and Vitalios, [[Bishop]]s of Ravenna; [[Righteous]] Anna (Hannah), mother of the [[Prophet]] Samuel; New-Martyr Nectarius (Trezvinsky), Bishop of Yaransk; Hieromartyr Apollonios; 250 killed by Bulgarians during the reign of Emperor Nicephorus; eight martyrs of Carthage; Saint Anna of Constantinople; Martyr Phocas, Bishop of Sinope; Prophet Ezekiel (see also [[July 21]]); Righteous Pelagia of Tinos; Saint Anna of Levkadio; translation of the [[relics]] of Saint Herman (Germanus), [[Archbishop]] of Kazan; commemoration of the miraculous appearance of the [[Theotokos]] at Pochaev, which saved the monastery from the assault of the Tatars and Turks (1675); [[Icon]] of the Most Holy Theotokos "The Joy of All Who Sorrow" (with coins) in Petersburg; Pochaev Icon of the Theotokos
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</div>[[Synaxis]] of the [[saint]]s of Smolensk; [[Martyr]]s Trophimus, Theophilus, and 13 others in Lycia; [[Hieromartyr]] Apollinarios and Vitalios, [[Bishop]]s of Ravenna; [[Righteous]] Anna (Hannah), mother of the [[Prophet]] [[Samuel]]; New-Martyr Nectarius (Trezvinsky), Bishop of Yaransk; Hieromartyr Apollonios; 250 killed by Bulgarians during the reign of Emperor Nicephorus; eight martyrs of Carthage; Saint Anna of Constantinople; Martyr Phocas, Bishop of Sinope; Prophet Ezekiel (see also [[July 21]]); Righteous Pelagia of Tinos; Saint Anna of Levkadio; translation of the [[relics]] of Saint Herman (Germanus), [[Archbishop]] of Kazan; commemoration of the miraculous appearance of the [[Theotokos]] at Pochaev, which saved the monastery from the assault of the Tatars and Turks (1675); [[Icon]] of the Most Holy Theotokos "[[Mother of God Joy of All Who Sorrow|The Joy of All Who Sorrow (with coins)]];" in Petersburg; Pochaev Icon of the Theotokos
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The Holy Trinity

Synaxis of the saints of Smolensk; Martyrs Trophimus, Theophilus, and 13 others in Lycia; Hieromartyr Apollinarios and Vitalios, Bishops of Ravenna; Righteous Anna (Hannah), mother of the Prophet Samuel; New-Martyr Nectarius (Trezvinsky), Bishop of Yaransk; Hieromartyr Apollonios; 250 killed by Bulgarians during the reign of Emperor Nicephorus; eight martyrs of Carthage; Saint Anna of Constantinople; Martyr Phocas, Bishop of Sinope; Prophet Ezekiel (see also July 21); Righteous Pelagia of Tinos; Saint Anna of Levkadio; translation of the relics of Saint Herman (Germanus), Archbishop of Kazan; commemoration of the miraculous appearance of the Theotokos at Pochaev, which saved the monastery from the assault of the Tatars and Turks (1675); Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos "The Joy of All Who Sorrow (with coins);" in Petersburg; Pochaev Icon of the Theotokos
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