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[[Image:Pantokrator of Sinai.jpg|100px|Our Lord Jesus Christ]]
 
[[Image:Pantokrator of Sinai.jpg|100px|Our Lord Jesus Christ]]
 
</div>[[Virgin-Martyr]] Glykeria at Heraklea; [[Martyr]] Laodicius, jailer of [[Saint]] Glykeria; Martyr Alexander of Rome; Saint George the [[Confessor]] of Constantinople, with his wife Irene and their children; Saint Pausicacius, [[Bishop]] of Synnada; Saint Euthymius the New, founder of Iveron [[Monastery]], and his fellow Georgian saints of [[Mount Athos]]: his father John, his cousin George, and Gabriel who took the Holy [[Icon]] "Portaitissa" from the sea; Saint Euthymius of Athos the translator; [[monk]]s of Iveron martyred by the Latins in the 13th century; [[Righteous]] Virgin Glykeria of Novgorod; Saint Macarius, [[Abbot]] of Glushets (Vologda); Saint Sergius Georgius the Confessor of Constantinople; Saint Nikephoros, [[priest]] of the Monastery of Ephapsios; [[Hieromartyr]] Alexander of Tiverias; Saint Servatios (a Syrian who served in the Netherlands); Saint Leander of Seville; translation of the [[relics]] of Saint Macarius, [[archimandrite]] of Obruch (Kanev); repose of Righteous Priest Alexis of Bartsumany, [[disciple]] of Saint Seraphim and Ryasofor-monk John of Saint Nilus of Sora Monastery
 
</div>[[Virgin-Martyr]] Glykeria at Heraklea; [[Martyr]] Laodicius, jailer of [[Saint]] Glykeria; Martyr Alexander of Rome; Saint George the [[Confessor]] of Constantinople, with his wife Irene and their children; Saint Pausicacius, [[Bishop]] of Synnada; Saint Euthymius the New, founder of Iveron [[Monastery]], and his fellow Georgian saints of [[Mount Athos]]: his father John, his cousin George, and Gabriel who took the Holy [[Icon]] "Portaitissa" from the sea; Saint Euthymius of Athos the translator; [[monk]]s of Iveron martyred by the Latins in the 13th century; [[Righteous]] Virgin Glykeria of Novgorod; Saint Macarius, [[Abbot]] of Glushets (Vologda); Saint Sergius Georgius the Confessor of Constantinople; Saint Nikephoros, [[priest]] of the Monastery of Ephapsios; [[Hieromartyr]] Alexander of Tiverias; Saint Servatios (a Syrian who served in the Netherlands); Saint Leander of Seville; translation of the [[relics]] of Saint Macarius, [[archimandrite]] of Obruch (Kanev); repose of Righteous Priest Alexis of Bartsumany, [[disciple]] of Saint Seraphim and Ryasofor-monk John of Saint Nilus of Sora Monastery
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Our Lord Jesus Christ

Virgin-Martyr Glykeria at Heraklea; Martyr Laodicius, jailer of Saint Glykeria; Martyr Alexander of Rome; Saint George the Confessor of Constantinople, with his wife Irene and their children; Saint Pausicacius, Bishop of Synnada; Saint Euthymius the New, founder of Iveron Monastery, and his fellow Georgian saints of Mount Athos: his father John, his cousin George, and Gabriel who took the Holy Icon "Portaitissa" from the sea; Saint Euthymius of Athos the translator; monks of Iveron martyred by the Latins in the 13th century; Righteous Virgin Glykeria of Novgorod; Saint Macarius, Abbot of Glushets (Vologda); Saint Sergius Georgius the Confessor of Constantinople; Saint Nikephoros, priest of the Monastery of Ephapsios; Hieromartyr Alexander of Tiverias; Saint Servatios (a Syrian who served in the Netherlands); Saint Leander of Seville; translation of the relics of Saint Macarius, archimandrite of Obruch (Kanev); repose of Righteous Priest Alexis of Bartsumany, disciple of Saint Seraphim and Ryasofor-monk John of Saint Nilus of Sora Monastery
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