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</div>[[Saint]] [[Symeon the New Stylite|Symeon]] Stylites (the Younger) of Wonderful Mountain; Saint Nicetas Stylites, [[Wonder-worker]] of Pereyaslavl-Zalesski; [[Martyr]]s Meletius Stratelates (the Commander), Stephen, John, and 1,218 soldiers with women and children, including: Serapion the Egyptian, Callinicus the magician, Theodore, Faustus, the women Marciana, Susanna, and Palladia, two children, Cyriacus and Christian, and twelve tribunes, Faustus, Festus, Marcellus, Theodore, Meletius, Sergius, Marcellinus, Felix, Photinus, Theodoriscus, Mercurius, and Didymus, all of whom suffered in Galatia; Saint Gregory, [[Archbishop]] of Novgorod; Saint Vincent of Lerins
 
</div>[[Saint]] [[Symeon the New Stylite|Symeon]] Stylites (the Younger) of Wonderful Mountain; Saint Nicetas Stylites, [[Wonder-worker]] of Pereyaslavl-Zalesski; [[Martyr]]s Meletius Stratelates (the Commander), Stephen, John, and 1,218 soldiers with women and children, including: Serapion the Egyptian, Callinicus the magician, Theodore, Faustus, the women Marciana, Susanna, and Palladia, two children, Cyriacus and Christian, and twelve tribunes, Faustus, Festus, Marcellus, Theodore, Meletius, Sergius, Marcellinus, Felix, Photinus, Theodoriscus, Mercurius, and Didymus, all of whom suffered in Galatia; Saint Gregory, [[Archbishop]] of Novgorod; Saint Vincent of Lerins
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Our Holy Lady Theotokos

Saint Symeon Stylites (the Younger) of Wonderful Mountain; Saint Nicetas Stylites, Wonder-worker of Pereyaslavl-Zalesski; Martyrs Meletius Stratelates (the Commander), Stephen, John, and 1,218 soldiers with women and children, including: Serapion the Egyptian, Callinicus the magician, Theodore, Faustus, the women Marciana, Susanna, and Palladia, two children, Cyriacus and Christian, and twelve tribunes, Faustus, Festus, Marcellus, Theodore, Meletius, Sergius, Marcellinus, Felix, Photinus, Theodoriscus, Mercurius, and Didymus, all of whom suffered in Galatia; Saint Gregory, Archbishop of Novgorod; Saint Vincent of Lerins

May 10

Apostle Simon the Zealot

Apostle Simon the Zealot; Martyr Hesychius the Palatine of Antioch (ca.304); Saint Isidora the Fool-for-Christ, of Tabennisi, Egypt (ca. 365); Saint Isidore of Alexandria (319-404), Hieromonk and Hospitaller (hospital administrator) (404); Venerable Passarion the Presbyter (Passarion of Palestine), Agapius and Philemon (mid 5th c.); Blessed Thais (Taisia) of Egypt (5th c.) (see also October 8); Saint Laurence of Egypt, monk (6th c.); Martyrs Calepodius, Palmatius, Simplicius, Felix, Blanda and Companions (ca.222-232); Martyrs Alphius, Philadelphus, Cyprian, at Lentini in Sicily (251); Martyrs Erasmus, Onesimus, and 14 other martyrs, in Sicily (251); Saint Aurelian of Limoges, Disciple of St Martial of Limoges in France (3rd c.); Martyrs Quartus and Quintus, two citizens of Capua who were condemned and executed in Rome; Saint Comgall, founder and abbot of Bangor (602); Saint Cataldus, born in Munster in Ireland, became a monk at Lismore, then Bishop of Taranto; renowned for miracles (7th c.); Virgin-martyr Solangia (Solange) (880); Saint Simeon the Bishop of Vladimir and Suzdal of the Kiev Near Caves (1226); Saint Laurence, monastic founder at Mt. Pelion in Volos (late 14th c.); Blessed Simon of Yurievits and Zharki, Fool-for-Christ (1584); Saint Eustathios of Crimea (1745-1759), martyred in Theodosia, Crimea (1759); Saint Synesius of Irkutsk (1787); Other Commemorations: Passage of the relics (1087) of St. Nicholas the Wonderworker through the island of Zakynthos, while on their way to Bari; Translation of the relics (1670) of the Blessed martyr Basil of Mangazea in Siberia (1602); "Kiev-Bratskaya" Icon of the Mother of God (1654); Repose of Eldress Taisia (Thaisia) of Voronezh (1840); Repose of Hieromonk Andrew (in schema Abramius) of Whitehoof Convent (1902).


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