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</div>[[Apostle]]s [[Apostle Carpus|Carpus]] and [[Apostle Alphaeus|Alphaeus]] of the Seventy; [[Martyr]]s Abercius and Helen, children of Apostle Alphaeus; Great-Martyr [[George the New]] at Sofia, Bulgaria; [[Saint]] John Psichaita the Confessor of Constantinople; Saint [[Augustine of Canterbury]], [[Evangelizer]] of England; Queen Bertha, Apostle to the Anglo-Saxons at Kent; Saint Edmund, King of England; Martyr Priscos of Auxerre; New-Martyr Alexander of Thessaloniki, who suffered at Smyrna; opening of the [[relics]] of Saint Macarius, [[Abbot]] of Kolyazin
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[[Apostle]]s [[Apostle Carpus|Carpus]] and [[Apostle Alphaeus|Alphaeus]] of the [[Seventy Apostles|Seventy]] (1st c.);
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[[Martyr]]s Abercius and Helen, children of Apostle Alphaeus (1st c.);
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Martyr Julius, Roman soldier, by beheading, at Dorostolum in [[w:Mysia|Mysia]] (Asia Minor) (302);
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Saint Synesius, Bishop of [[w:Karpasia (town)|Karpasia]] in Cyprus, [[Wonderworker]] (ca.5th c.);
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Venerable John of Psichaita the Confessor, of Constantinople (ca.825) (see also [[May 7]] - Greek);
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Hieromartyr Zacharias, Bishop of Vienne, suffered under Trajan (106);
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Hieromartyr Simitrius priest, and 22 other martyrs, who suffered under Antoninus Pius, at Rome (159);
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Saint [[Eleutherius of Rome]], [[Pope]] of Rome (189);
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Saints Fugatius (Fagan) and Damian (Deruvianus, Dyfan), sent by Pope Eleutherius to England to preach the Gospel (2nd c.);
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Martyr Priscus, a Roman legionary officer, and a great multitude of other Christians of [[w:Besançon|Besançon]], near Auxerre (272);
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Martyrs Felicissimus, Heraclius, and Paulinus, at Todi in Umbria (303);
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Martyr Quadratus, a martyr in North Africa;
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Saint Bécán, a hermit near Cork in Ireland in the time of St Columba; founder of [[w:Kilbeggan|Kilbeggan]], Westmeath, worked in a monastery there (6th c.);
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Saint [[Augustine of Canterbury]], Evangelizer of England (605);
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Saint Oduvald, a noble who became a monk and later Abbot of [[w:Melrose Abbey|Melrose Abbey]] in Scotland (698);
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Saint Regintrudis, fourth Abbess of [[w:Nonnberg Abbey|Nonnberg Abbey]] near Salzburg in Austria;
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Saint Guinizo, born in Spain, became a [[monk]] at [[Monte Cassino|Montecassino]] in Italy (ca.1050);
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New Martyr [[George the New|George of Sofia]] (George the New, George the Serbian) (1515);
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New Martyr Alexander of Thessalonica, the former Dervish, beheaded at Smyrna (1794);
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Saint Innocent, Bishop of Cherson (1857) (see also [[May 25]] - Greek);
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New Hieromartyrs Milan Banjac and Milan Golubovic, of Drvar, Serbia (1941-1945);
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'''Other Commemorations''':
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Translation of the [[relics]] of Saint Bertilla (692), Abbess of [[w:Chelles Abbey|Chelles Abbey]];
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Uncovering of the relics (1521) of Venerable Macarius, [[Abbot]] of Kolyazin (1483);
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Translation of the relics (1534) of New Martyr George of Kratovo and Sofia (1515);
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The Icon of the Mother of God of Seligersk-Vladimir (16th c.).
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Latest revision as of 15:36, September 2, 2012

The Holy Trinity

Apostles Carpus and Alphaeus of the Seventy (1st c.); Martyrs Abercius and Helen, children of Apostle Alphaeus (1st c.); Martyr Julius, Roman soldier, by beheading, at Dorostolum in Mysia (Asia Minor) (302); Saint Synesius, Bishop of Karpasia in Cyprus, Wonderworker (ca.5th c.); Venerable John of Psichaita the Confessor, of Constantinople (ca.825) (see also May 7 - Greek); Hieromartyr Zacharias, Bishop of Vienne, suffered under Trajan (106); Hieromartyr Simitrius priest, and 22 other martyrs, who suffered under Antoninus Pius, at Rome (159); Saint Eleutherius of Rome, Pope of Rome (189); Saints Fugatius (Fagan) and Damian (Deruvianus, Dyfan), sent by Pope Eleutherius to England to preach the Gospel (2nd c.); Martyr Priscus, a Roman legionary officer, and a great multitude of other Christians of Besançon, near Auxerre (272); Martyrs Felicissimus, Heraclius, and Paulinus, at Todi in Umbria (303); Martyr Quadratus, a martyr in North Africa; Saint Bécán, a hermit near Cork in Ireland in the time of St Columba; founder of Kilbeggan, Westmeath, worked in a monastery there (6th c.); Saint Augustine of Canterbury, Evangelizer of England (605); Saint Oduvald, a noble who became a monk and later Abbot of Melrose Abbey in Scotland (698); Saint Regintrudis, fourth Abbess of Nonnberg Abbey near Salzburg in Austria; Saint Guinizo, born in Spain, became a monk at Montecassino in Italy (ca.1050); New Martyr George of Sofia (George the New, George the Serbian) (1515); New Martyr Alexander of Thessalonica, the former Dervish, beheaded at Smyrna (1794); Saint Innocent, Bishop of Cherson (1857) (see also May 25 - Greek); New Hieromartyrs Milan Banjac and Milan Golubovic, of Drvar, Serbia (1941-1945); Other Commemorations: Translation of the relics of Saint Bertilla (692), Abbess of Chelles Abbey; Uncovering of the relics (1521) of Venerable Macarius, Abbot of Kolyazin (1483); Translation of the relics (1534) of New Martyr George of Kratovo and Sofia (1515); The Icon of the Mother of God of Seligersk-Vladimir (16th c.).

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