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</div>Holy [[Equal-to-the-Apostles|Equals-to-the-Apostles]] [[Cyril and Methodius|Methodius and Cyril]], [[Enlightener]]s of the Slavs; [[Hieromartyr]] Mocius (Mucius), [[presbyter]] of Amphipolis in Macedonia <!--- [II Tim 2:1-10; Jn 15:9-16] --->; commemoration of the founding of Constantinople; [[Saint]] [[Nicodemus of Serbia|Nicodemus]], [[Archbishop]] of Serbia; [[Venerable]] Sophronius, recluse of the [[Monastery of the Kiev Caves|Kiev Caves]]; [[Martyr]] [[Joseph of Astrakhan|Joseph]], [[Metropolitan]] of Astrakhan; New-Martyrs Dioscorus and Argyrus; Saint [[Bessarion of Larissa|Bessarion]], Archbishop of Larissa; Martyr Acacius of Lower Moesia; Saint [[Rastislav of Moravia|Rostislav the Prince of Great Moravia]]; Saint Theopemptos the Martyr and his companions; Venerable-martyr Olympia; Saint Tudy, [[Abbot]] of Ile Tudy; Saint Comgall, Bishop and founder of Bangor [[Monastery]]; Saint Wiro; Saint Bassos; Martyr Wiborada, anchoress of St. Gallen in Germany (see also [[May 2]])
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[[File:11 may rostislav prince of great moravia.jpg|100px|St. Rostislav the Prince of Great Moravia, Confessor of the Faith]]
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Martyr Evellius, under Nero (66);
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Martyrs Maximus, Bassus, and Fabius (284-305);
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Hieromartyr Mocius (Mucius), [[presbyter]] of Amphipolis in Macedonia<!--- [II Tim 2:1-10; Jn 15:9-16] --->, beheaded in Byzantium (288);
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Martyr Armodius;
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Martyr Acacius of Lower Moesia;
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Holy [[Equal-to-the-Apostles|Equals-to-the-Apostles]] '''[[Cyril and Methodius]]''', [[Enlightener]]s of the Slavs (869, 885);
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Saints Clement of Ohrid, Sabbas, Angelarius, Gorazd, and [[Naum of Preslav]] — Disciples of Saints Cyril and Methodius and missionaries of the Slavs, Wonderworkers and [[Equal-to-the-Apostles]] (9th c.) (see also [[July 27]] - Slavonic);
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Saint [[Rastislav of Moravia|Rostislav the Prince of Great Moravia]], Confessor of the Faith (870);
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Hieromartyr Anthimus of Rome, and his disciples martyrs Sisinius the deacon with Diocletius and Florentius (284-305);
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Saint Principia of Rome, a holy virgin in Rome and disciple of St Marcella (420);
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Saint Mammertus, Archbishop of Vienne (475);
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Saint Possessor of Verdun, Bishop of Verdun (ca.486);
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Saint Tudy (Tudinus, Tegwin, Thetgo), a disciple of St Brioc in Brittany (5th c.);
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Saint Credan of Cornwall, hogherd;
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Saint Gangulphus (760);
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Saint Fremund of Dunstable, Anglo-Saxon hermit (866);
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Martyr Wiborada, anchoress of St. Gallen Abbey in Germany (926) (see also [[May 2]]);
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Saint Odo of Cluny, the second Abbot of Cluny (942);
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Saint Mayeul (Majolus, Maieul), Abbot of Cluny (994);
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Saint Odilo of Cluny (1049);
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Martyrs Olympia, abbess of [[Metropolis of Mytiline|Mytilene]], and [[nun]] Euphrosyne (1235);
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[[Venerable]] Sophronius, recluse of the [[Monastery of the Kiev Caves|Kiev Caves]] (13th c.);
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Saint [[Nikodemus I of Pec|Nicodemus of Pec]], Archbishop of Serbia (1324);
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Hieromartyr Joseph of Astrakhan, first Metropolitan of Astrakhan (1672);
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New Martyrs Dioscorus (Dioscorides) and Argyrus (Argyrus, Argyres) of Thessalonica (1806/1808);
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Blessed Christopher of Georgia (Christesias), monk at the Monastery of St. John the Baptist, at the [[w:David Gareja monastery complex|David Gareja monastery complex]], ''"The Thebaid of Georgia"'' (1771/1871);
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Saint Theophylact, bishop of Stavropol and Ekaterinodar (1872);
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New Hieromartyr Michael, priest (1920);
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New Hieromartyr Alexander (Petrovsky), Archbishop of Kharkov (1940);
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'''Other Commemorations''':
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Commemoration of the Founding of [[Constantinople]] (330) as Capital of the Roman Empire;
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[[Consecration of a church|Consecration]] of the [[St Sophia Cathedral (Kiev)|Saint Sophia Cathedral in Kiev]].
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Latest revision as of 09:02, August 31, 2012

Holy Equal of the Apostles and Teacher of the Slavs Cyril and Methodius
St. Rostislav the Prince of Great Moravia, Confessor of the Faith

Martyr Evellius, under Nero (66); Martyrs Maximus, Bassus, and Fabius (284-305); Hieromartyr Mocius (Mucius), presbyter of Amphipolis in Macedonia, beheaded in Byzantium (288); Martyr Armodius; Martyr Acacius of Lower Moesia; Holy Equals-to-the-Apostles Cyril and Methodius, Enlighteners of the Slavs (869, 885); Saints Clement of Ohrid, Sabbas, Angelarius, Gorazd, and Naum of Preslav — Disciples of Saints Cyril and Methodius and missionaries of the Slavs, Wonderworkers and Equal-to-the-Apostles (9th c.) (see also July 27 - Slavonic); Saint Rostislav the Prince of Great Moravia, Confessor of the Faith (870); Hieromartyr Anthimus of Rome, and his disciples martyrs Sisinius the deacon with Diocletius and Florentius (284-305); Saint Principia of Rome, a holy virgin in Rome and disciple of St Marcella (420); Saint Mammertus, Archbishop of Vienne (475); Saint Possessor of Verdun, Bishop of Verdun (ca.486); Saint Tudy (Tudinus, Tegwin, Thetgo), a disciple of St Brioc in Brittany (5th c.); Saint Credan of Cornwall, hogherd; Saint Gangulphus (760); Saint Fremund of Dunstable, Anglo-Saxon hermit (866); Martyr Wiborada, anchoress of St. Gallen Abbey in Germany (926) (see also May 2); Saint Odo of Cluny, the second Abbot of Cluny (942); Saint Mayeul (Majolus, Maieul), Abbot of Cluny (994); Saint Odilo of Cluny (1049); Martyrs Olympia, abbess of Mytilene, and nun Euphrosyne (1235); Venerable Sophronius, recluse of the Kiev Caves (13th c.); Saint Nicodemus of Pec, Archbishop of Serbia (1324); Hieromartyr Joseph of Astrakhan, first Metropolitan of Astrakhan (1672); New Martyrs Dioscorus (Dioscorides) and Argyrus (Argyrus, Argyres) of Thessalonica (1806/1808); Blessed Christopher of Georgia (Christesias), monk at the Monastery of St. John the Baptist, at the David Gareja monastery complex, "The Thebaid of Georgia" (1771/1871); Saint Theophylact, bishop of Stavropol and Ekaterinodar (1872); New Hieromartyr Michael, priest (1920); New Hieromartyr Alexander (Petrovsky), Archbishop of Kharkov (1940); Other Commemorations: Commemoration of the Founding of Constantinople (330) as Capital of the Roman Empire; Consecration of the Saint Sophia Cathedral in Kiev.

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