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[[Martyr]] [[Eudokia of Heliopolis]] (107); Martyrs Nestor and Tribimius of Pamphylia (ca.249-251); Martyrs Marcellus and Anthony of Pamphylia (ca.249-251); [[New-Martyr]] [[Abbess]] [[Antonina of Nicea]] (ca.286-305); [[Virgin-martyr]] [[Domnina of Syria]] (ca.460); Martyrs Sylvester and Sophronius, Nestorian, Cartios, Nicephoros, and Agapios; [[Saint]] [[David of Wales]], [[Bishop]] of Menevia, Confounder of Pelagians (ca.589); Saint Marnoc, [[Bishop]] of Annandale (ca.625); Saint Suitbert (Swithbert), "Apostle of the Frisians" (713); Saint Monan, [[Archdeacon]] of Saint Andrew's (874); [[Venerable]] Luke of Sicily (''Leo Luke''), Abbot of Corleone in Sicily, Wonderworker (ca.900); Martyrs Gervasius and Leo (''Léon I, Leo of Rouen''), brothers (St. Leo was the "Apostle of the Basques" and Bishop of Bayonne (ca.900)); Venerable Agapius of the [[Vatopedi Monastery (Athos)|Vatopedi Monastery]] on [[Mount Athos]] (13th c.); Saint Synesius, ascetic of Lysos, Cyprus; Venerable [[Martyrius of Zelenetsk]], [[monk]] (1603); New martyr Parascevas of Trebizond (1659); [[Hieromartyr]] Methodius (1920); New martyr Antonina of Kizliar, Abbess (1924); New Hieromartyr Olga (1937); Saint [[Anastasia Andretevna]], [[Fool-for-Christ]]; New Hieromartyr Alexander, priest (1942); New Hieromartyr Basil, priest (1943); 1000 martyrs of Saboreia;  
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[[Martyr]] [[Eudokia of Heliopolis]] (107); Martyrs Nestor and Tribimius of Pamphylia (ca.249-251); Martyrs Marcellus and Anthony of Pamphylia (ca.249-251); [[New-Martyr]] [[Abbess]] [[Antonina of Nicea]] (ca.286-305); [[Virgin-martyr]] [[Domnina of Syria]] (ca.460); Martyrs Sylvester and Sophronius, Nestorian, Cartios, Nicephoros, and Agapios; [[Saint]] [[David of Wales]], [[Bishop]] of Menevia, Confounder of Pelagians (ca.589); Saint Marnoc, [[Bishop]] of Annandale (ca.625); Saint Suitbert (Swithbert), "Apostle of the Frisians" (713); Saint Monan, [[Archdeacon]] of Saint Andrew's (874); Martyrs Gervasius and Leo (''Léon I, Leo of Rouen''), brothers (St. Leo was the "Apostle of the Basques" and Bishop of Bayonne (ca.900)); Venerable [[Luke of Sicily]] (''Leo Luke''), Abbot and Wonderworker of the Monastery of Mount Mula in Calabria (ca.915); Venerable Agapius of the [[Vatopedi Monastery (Athos)|Vatopedi Monastery]] on [[Mount Athos]] (13th c.); Saint Synesius, ascetic of Lysos, Cyprus; Venerable [[Martyrius of Zelenetsk]], [[monk]] (1603); New martyr Parascevas of Trebizond (1659); [[Hieromartyr]] Methodius (1920); New martyr Antonina of Kizliar, Abbess (1924); New Hieromartyr Olga (1937); Saint [[Anastasia Andretevna]], [[Fool-for-Christ]]; New Hieromartyr Alexander, priest (1942); New Hieromartyr Basil, priest (1943); 1000 martyrs of Saboreia;  
  
 
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St. Eudokia of Heliopolis

Martyr Eudokia of Heliopolis (107); Martyrs Nestor and Tribimius of Pamphylia (ca.249-251); Martyrs Marcellus and Anthony of Pamphylia (ca.249-251); New-Martyr Abbess Antonina of Nicea (ca.286-305); Virgin-martyr Domnina of Syria (ca.460); Martyrs Sylvester and Sophronius, Nestorian, Cartios, Nicephoros, and Agapios; Saint David of Wales, Bishop of Menevia, Confounder of Pelagians (ca.589); Saint Marnoc, Bishop of Annandale (ca.625); Saint Suitbert (Swithbert), "Apostle of the Frisians" (713); Saint Monan, Archdeacon of Saint Andrew's (874); Martyrs Gervasius and Leo (Léon I, Leo of Rouen), brothers (St. Leo was the "Apostle of the Basques" and Bishop of Bayonne (ca.900)); Venerable Luke of Sicily (Leo Luke), Abbot and Wonderworker of the Monastery of Mount Mula in Calabria (ca.915); Venerable Agapius of the Vatopedi Monastery on Mount Athos (13th c.); Saint Synesius, ascetic of Lysos, Cyprus; Venerable Martyrius of Zelenetsk, monk (1603); New martyr Parascevas of Trebizond (1659); Hieromartyr Methodius (1920); New martyr Antonina of Kizliar, Abbess (1924); New Hieromartyr Olga (1937); Saint Anastasia Andretevna, Fool-for-Christ; New Hieromartyr Alexander, priest (1942); New Hieromartyr Basil, priest (1943); 1000 martyrs of Saboreia;

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