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[[Image:Pantokrator_of_Sinai.jpg|100px|Our Lord Jesus Christ]]
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[[Image:Edward the Martyr.jpg|100px|Saint Edward the Martyr]]<br>
</div>Our Father among the [[Saint]]s [[Cyril of Jerusalem]]; [[Edward the Martyr]], King of England; Egbert, [[monk of Ripon]]; Finan of Aberdeen, Disciple of Saint Kentigern; Frediano of Ireland, [[Bishop]] of Lucca, Italy
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[[File:15806010-2-.jpg|100px|St. Mary of Paris]]
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The 10,000 Martyrs of Nicomedia (''Myriads of Holy Martyrs''), by the sword;
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[[Martyr]]s Trophimus and Eucarpion, soldiers, at Nicomedia, and those with them (300);
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Saint [[Cyril of Jerusalem]], [[Patriarch]] of Jerusalem (386);
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Venerable Ananias the Wonderworker (''Aninas of the Euphrates''), Hieromonk;
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Saint Daniel, monk of Egypt (6th c.);
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Saints Narcissus and Felix, a Bishop and his Deacon honoured as martyrs in Gerona, Catalonia, Spain (ca.307);
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Saint Tetricus, Bishop of Langres in Gaul (572);
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Saint Frediano of Ireland (''Frigidanus, Frigdianus''), prince and hermit, and Bishop of Lucca (588);
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Saint Egbert of Ripon, [[monk]] (729);
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Saint [[Edward the Martyr]], King of England (978);
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Saint Cyril of Astrakhan (1576);
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New Hieromartyr Demetrius, Priest (1938);
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Virgin-martyr Natalia (1938);
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Saint [[Maria (Skobtsova)]] (''Elizabeth Pilenko''), nun, who suffered at Ravensbrück concentration camp (1945);
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'''Other Commemorations:'''
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Repose of Abbot Mark of [[Optina Monastery]] (1909);
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Repose of St. [[Nikolai Velimirovic|Nicholas of Zhicha]], at Libertyville, Illinois (1956).
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Latest revision as of 18:30, March 9, 2013

Saint Edward the Martyr
St. Mary of Paris

The 10,000 Martyrs of Nicomedia (Myriads of Holy Martyrs), by the sword; Martyrs Trophimus and Eucarpion, soldiers, at Nicomedia, and those with them (300); Saint Cyril of Jerusalem, Patriarch of Jerusalem (386); Venerable Ananias the Wonderworker (Aninas of the Euphrates), Hieromonk; Saint Daniel, monk of Egypt (6th c.); Saints Narcissus and Felix, a Bishop and his Deacon honoured as martyrs in Gerona, Catalonia, Spain (ca.307); Saint Tetricus, Bishop of Langres in Gaul (572); Saint Frediano of Ireland (Frigidanus, Frigdianus), prince and hermit, and Bishop of Lucca (588); Saint Egbert of Ripon, monk (729); Saint Edward the Martyr, King of England (978); Saint Cyril of Astrakhan (1576); New Hieromartyr Demetrius, Priest (1938); Virgin-martyr Natalia (1938); Saint Maria (Skobtsova) (Elizabeth Pilenko), nun, who suffered at Ravensbrück concentration camp (1945); Other Commemorations: Repose of Abbot Mark of Optina Monastery (1909); Repose of St. Nicholas of Zhicha, at Libertyville, Illinois (1956).

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