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</div>Holy [[Apostle]] and [[Evangelist]] [[Apostle John|John the Theologian]]; [[Venerable]] [[Arsenius the Great]]; [[Saint]] Arsenius of Novgorod, [[Fool-for-Christ]]; Venerable Pimen the [[Ascetic]] of the Kiev Far Caves; Saint Arsenius the Lover of labor, of the [[Monastery of the Kiev Caves|Kiev Caves]]; Saint Hierax (Ierakos) of Egypt; Saint Milles the Melode, [[monk]]; [[Hieromartyr]] Indract and companions, at Shapwick; Saint Wiro, [[Bishop]] of Utrecht; Saint Odger, [[Hierodeacon]], of Odilienberg; Saint Macarius, [[Archbishop]] of Ghent; Martyr Victor of Milan; commemoration of the miraculous healing of blinded Stephen by the [[Theotokos]] of Cassiopia; repose of Schemahieromonk [[Michael of Valaam]], confessor for the Orthodox [[Calendar]], and Blessed Basiliscus of Uglich
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Holy [[Apostle]] and [[Evangelist]] [[Apostle John|John the Theologian]];
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Hieromartyr [[Dionysius of Vienne]] (193);
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Martyr [[Victor of Milan]] (ca. 303);
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Saint Agathius (Acacius of Byzantium) (303);
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Saint Emilia, mother of saints Macrina, Basil the Great, Naucratius, Peter of Sebaste, and Gregory of Nyssa (375);
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Saint [[Helladius of Auxerre]] (387);
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[[Venerable]] [[Arsenius the Great]] of Scetis (448);  
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Saint Hierax (Ierakos) of Egypt (5th c.);  
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Saint Gybrian (Gobrian) of Ireland (509);
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St. Iduberga, foundress of Nivelles (Nijvel) (652);
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[[Hieromartyr]] Indract and his companions, at Shapwick (ca.7th-8th c.);  
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Missionary bishops Saints Wiro (Bishop of Utrecht) (710), and Plechelm (730), and Hierodeacon Otger (Odger) (8th c.), in the [[w:Sint Odiliënberg|Maas Valley at Limburg]] (Neth.);
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Saint Milles the Melode, [[monk]];  
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Saint Macarius, [[Archbishop]] of Ghent (1012);
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Venerable Pimen the [[Ascetic]] of the Kiev Far Caves (ca. 1141);
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Venarable Cassian, recluse and faster of the Kiev Caves (13-14th c.);
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Saint Arsenius the Lover of labor, of the [[Monastery of the Kiev Caves|Kiev Caves]] (14th c.);
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The Monks Zosima and Adrian of Volokolamsk, founders of the Sestrinsk monastery on the banks of the River Sestra (15-16th c.);
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commemoration of the miraculous healing of blinded Stephen by the [[Theotokos]] of Cassiopia (1530);  
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Translation of the relics (1785) of [[Saint]] [[Arsenius of Novgorod]], [[Fool-for-Christ]] (1570);
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Repose of Blessed [[Basiliscus of Uglich]] (1863);
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Repose of Schemahieromonk [[Michael of Valaam]], confessor for the Orthodox Calendar (1934).
 
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Revision as of 12:38, July 5, 2011

Evangelist John the Theologian

Holy Apostle and Evangelist John the Theologian; Hieromartyr Dionysius of Vienne (193); Martyr Victor of Milan (ca. 303); Saint Agathius (Acacius of Byzantium) (303); Saint Emilia, mother of saints Macrina, Basil the Great, Naucratius, Peter of Sebaste, and Gregory of Nyssa (375); Saint Helladius of Auxerre (387); Venerable Arsenius the Great of Scetis (448); Saint Hierax (Ierakos) of Egypt (5th c.); Saint Gybrian (Gobrian) of Ireland (509); St. Iduberga, foundress of Nivelles (Nijvel) (652); Hieromartyr Indract and his companions, at Shapwick (ca.7th-8th c.); Missionary bishops Saints Wiro (Bishop of Utrecht) (710), and Plechelm (730), and Hierodeacon Otger (Odger) (8th c.), in the Maas Valley at Limburg (Neth.); Saint Milles the Melode, monk; Saint Macarius, Archbishop of Ghent (1012); Venerable Pimen the Ascetic of the Kiev Far Caves (ca. 1141); Venarable Cassian, recluse and faster of the Kiev Caves (13-14th c.); Saint Arsenius the Lover of labor, of the Kiev Caves (14th c.); The Monks Zosima and Adrian of Volokolamsk, founders of the Sestrinsk monastery on the banks of the River Sestra (15-16th c.); commemoration of the miraculous healing of blinded Stephen by the Theotokos of Cassiopia (1530); Translation of the relics (1785) of Saint Arsenius of Novgorod, Fool-for-Christ (1570); Repose of Blessed Basiliscus of Uglich (1863); Repose of Schemahieromonk Michael of Valaam, confessor for the Orthodox Calendar (1934).

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