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</div>[[Martyr]] [[Justin Martyr|Justin the Philosopher]] and those with him at Rome: Martyrs Justin, Chariton and his wife Charita, Euelpistus, Hierax, Peon, Valerian and Justus; [[Saint]] Dionysius, [[Abbot]] of Glushetsk (Vologda); Saint Agapitus, [[unmercenary]] physician of the [[Monastery of the Kiev Caves|Kiev Caves]]; Saint Metrius the Farmer; Martyr Neon; [[Hieromartyr]] Pyrrhus the virgin; Martyr Firmus of Magus; Martyr Thespesius of Cappadocia; Holy Fathers martyred by the Dagestanians; Martyr Shio of Akhakalakhi in Georgia; Martyrs David, Gabriel, and Paul of the St. David Gareji [[Monastery]] in Georgia; Saint Gwen Teirbron of Brittany, mother of Winwaloe of Landevennec; Saint Ronan, [[Hermit]] of Locronan
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Martyr Justin the Philosopher ([[Justin Martyr]]) at Rome (166);
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Martyrs Chariton, Charita, Euelpistus, Hierax, Peonus, Valerian (Liberianus), and Justus, with Justin Martyr (166);
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Martyr Neon, by beheading;
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Saint Pyrrus, Bishop, reposed in peace;
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Hieromartyr Phyrrhus the Virgin;
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Martyr Thespesius of Cappadocia (222);
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Martyrs Ischyrion, a military officer, and five other soldiers, in Egypt (250);
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Martyr Gerasimos;
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The holy Ten thousand Martyrs, in Antiochia (249-251);
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Martyr Firmus, under the eparch Magus (299);
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St. Metrius the Farmer of Myra in Lycia (912);
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Martyrs Felinus and Gratinianus (250);
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Hieromartyrs Reverianus (Bishop) and Paul (priest), with ten others, at Autun (272);
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Martyr Crescentian, in Saldo near Città di Castello in Italy (287);
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Martyr Juventius, in Rome;
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Martyr Proclus, at Bologna (304);
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Martyr Secundus, at Amelia in Umbria, when thrown into the Tiber (304);
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Martyr Clarus of Acquitaine, a Bishop believed to have been sent to evangelize Aquitaine, France;
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Saint Fortunatus of Spoleto the [[Wonderworker]] (400);
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Saint Caprasius of Lérins, Abbot (430);
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Saint Ronan of Locronan (Ronan of Cornwall), early bishop of Cornish origin who preached in Cornwall and Brittany (6th c.);
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Saint Wite, a female Dorset saint martyred by the Danes, buried at [[w:Whitchurch Canonicorum|Whitchurch Canonicorum]] (ca.831);
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Saint Wigstan (Wystan, Wistan, Winston), of the royal house of Mercia in England (849);
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Saint Gaudentius of Ossero, Bishop of Ossero in Istria (1044);
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Saint Atto, a monk at [[w:Oña|Oña]] in Spain with St. Enneco, who later became Bishop of Oca-Valpuesta (ca.1044);
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Saint Agapetus of the Kiev Caves, [[Unmercenary]] physician of the Kiev Near Caves (1095);
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Saint Dionysius of Glushetsk in Vologda, [[Abbot]], [[Wonderworker]] (1437);
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Martyr Shio the New (Shio of Akhakalakhi) in Georgia (1696);
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Synaxis of the Holy Martyrs of Georgia (''Holy Fathers martyred by the Dagestanians''): David, Gabriel, and Paul of the St. [[w:David Gareja monastery complex|David Gareji Monastery]] (1696-1700);
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New Hieromartyr Onuphrius (Gagalyuk), Bishop of Kharkov (1938);
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New Hieromartyr Basil, priest (1940);
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Virgin-martyr Vera (1940);
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Saint [[Justin Popovich|Justin Popovic]], Archimandrite of [[w:Ćelije Monastery|Ćelije Monastery]] in Serbia (1979);
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'''Other Commemorations''':
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Commemoration of the deliverance of the island of [[w:Lefkada|Lefkada]] from the plague through the intercession of Saint Bessarion (†1540), [[Metropolis of Larisa and Tyrnavos|Archbishop of Larissa]] (ca. 1743);
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Repose of Elder Philaret of Kapsala, Mt. Athos (1975);
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Glorification (1990) of Righteous [[John of Kronstadt]] (1908).
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St. Justin Martyr the Philosopher

Martyr Justin the Philosopher (Justin Martyr) at Rome (166); Martyrs Chariton, Charita, Euelpistus, Hierax, Peonus, Valerian (Liberianus), and Justus, with Justin Martyr (166); Martyr Neon, by beheading; Saint Pyrrus, Bishop, reposed in peace; Hieromartyr Phyrrhus the Virgin; Martyr Thespesius of Cappadocia (222); Martyrs Ischyrion, a military officer, and five other soldiers, in Egypt (250); Martyr Gerasimos; The holy Ten thousand Martyrs, in Antiochia (249-251); Martyr Firmus, under the eparch Magus (299); St. Metrius the Farmer of Myra in Lycia (912); Martyrs Felinus and Gratinianus (250); Hieromartyrs Reverianus (Bishop) and Paul (priest), with ten others, at Autun (272); Martyr Crescentian, in Saldo near Città di Castello in Italy (287); Martyr Juventius, in Rome; Martyr Proclus, at Bologna (304); Martyr Secundus, at Amelia in Umbria, when thrown into the Tiber (304); Martyr Clarus of Acquitaine, a Bishop believed to have been sent to evangelize Aquitaine, France; Saint Fortunatus of Spoleto the Wonderworker (400); Saint Caprasius of Lérins, Abbot (430); Saint Ronan of Locronan (Ronan of Cornwall), early bishop of Cornish origin who preached in Cornwall and Brittany (6th c.); Saint Wite, a female Dorset saint martyred by the Danes, buried at Whitchurch Canonicorum (ca.831); Saint Wigstan (Wystan, Wistan, Winston), of the royal house of Mercia in England (849); Saint Gaudentius of Ossero, Bishop of Ossero in Istria (1044); Saint Atto, a monk at Oña in Spain with St. Enneco, who later became Bishop of Oca-Valpuesta (ca.1044); Saint Agapetus of the Kiev Caves, Unmercenary physician of the Kiev Near Caves (1095); Saint Dionysius of Glushetsk in Vologda, Abbot, Wonderworker (1437); Martyr Shio the New (Shio of Akhakalakhi) in Georgia (1696); Synaxis of the Holy Martyrs of Georgia (Holy Fathers martyred by the Dagestanians): David, Gabriel, and Paul of the St. David Gareji Monastery (1696-1700); New Hieromartyr Onuphrius (Gagalyuk), Bishop of Kharkov (1938); New Hieromartyr Basil, priest (1940); Virgin-martyr Vera (1940); Saint Justin Popovic, Archimandrite of Ćelije Monastery in Serbia (1979); Other Commemorations: Commemoration of the deliverance of the island of Lefkada from the plague through the intercession of Saint Bessarion (†1540), Archbishop of Larissa (ca. 1743); Repose of Elder Philaret of Kapsala, Mt. Athos (1975); Glorification (1990) of Righteous John of Kronstadt (1908).

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