Template:November 26

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</div>Repose of [[Saint]] Innocent, first [[Bishop]] of Irkutsk; Saint Alypius the [[Stylite]] of Adrianopolis; Saint James the Solitary of Syria; Saint Nikon Metanoeite ("preacher of repentance"); [[New-Martyr]] George of Chios; Saint Stylianos of Paphlagonia, [[monk]]; Saint Silas, Bishop of Persidos; Saints Athanasius the "Iron Staff" and Theodosius of Cherepovets, [[disciple]]s of St. Sergius of Radonezh (see [[September 25]]); Saint Akakios of Sinai who is mentioned in ''[[Ladder of Divine Ascent|The Ladder]]''; dedication of the church of St. George the [[Great-martyr]] at Kiev
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</div>Repose of [[Saint]] Innocent, first [[Bishop]] of Irkutsk; Saint Alypius the [[Stylite]] of Adrianopolis; Saint James the Solitary of Syria; Saint Nikon Metanoeite ("preacher of repentance"); [[New-Martyr]] George of Chios; Saint [[Stylianos of Paphlagonia]], [[monk]]; Saint Silas, Bishop of Persidos; Saints Athanasius the "Iron Staff" and Theodosius of Cherepovets, [[disciple]]s of St. [[Sergius of Radonezh]] (see [[September 25]]); Saint Akakios of Sinai who is mentioned in ''[[Ladder of Divine Ascent|The Ladder]]''; dedication of the church of St. George the [[Great-martyr]] at Kiev
 
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<noinclude>[[Category: Calendar day templates|November 26]]</noinclude>

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Our Lord Jesus Christ

Repose of Saint Innocent, first Bishop of Irkutsk; Saint Alypius the Stylite of Adrianopolis; Saint James the Solitary of Syria; Saint Nikon Metanoeite ("preacher of repentance"); New-Martyr George of Chios; Saint Stylianos of Paphlagonia, monk; Saint Silas, Bishop of Persidos; Saints Athanasius the "Iron Staff" and Theodosius of Cherepovets, disciples of St. Sergius of Radonezh (see September 25); Saint Akakios of Sinai who is mentioned in The Ladder; dedication of the church of St. George the Great-martyr at Kiev
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