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Martyr Eudokia of Heliopolis (107); Martyrs Nestorianus (Nestor), Tribimius, Marcellus, and Anthony, of Perge in Pamphylia, by the sword (249-251); Martyr Antonina of Nicaea in Bithynia , Abbess (ca.286-305); Virgin-martyr Domnina of Syria (ca.460); Martyrs Antonius, Marcellus, Silvester and Sophronius,in Palestine; Martyrs Agapius, Nicephorus and Charisius; Saint Silvester; Saint Synesius, ascetic of Lysos, Cyprus; 260 Martyrs of Rome (ca.269); Martyrs Hermes, Adrian and Companions, in Numidia in North Africa under Maximian Herculeus (ca. 290); Martyr Luperculus (3rd c.); Martyrs Leo, Donatus, Abundantius, Nicephorus, and nine others - a group of thirteen martyrs who laid down their lives for Christ in North Africa; Saint Felix III, Pope of Rome from 483-492 (492); Saint Herculanus of Perugia, Bishop of Perugia in Italy, beheaded by soldiers of Totila of the Ostrogoths (549); Saint Albinus of Angers (Aubin) (ca.550); Saint David of Wales, Bishop of Menevia, patron saint of Wales (ca.589); Saint Marnock (Marnanus, Marnan, Marnoc) Bishop of Annandale (ca.625); Saint Suitbert (Swithbert), "Apostle of the Frisians", monastic founder in the Netherlands (713); Saint Siviard, monk at Saint-Calais on the River Anisole in France, succeeded his father as abbot of the monastery (729); Saint Monan, Archdeacon of Saint Andrew's (874); Venerable Luke of Sicily (Leo Luke), Abbot and Wonderworker of the Monastery of Mount Mula in Calabria (ca.915); Martyrs Gervasius and Leo (Léon I, Leo of Rouen), brothers (St. Leo was the "Apostle of the Basques" and Bishop of Bayonne) (ca.900); Saint Rudesind, a Galician bishop and abbot (977); Venerable Agapius of the Vatopedi Monastery on Mount Athos (13th c.); Venerable Martyrius, Abbot of Zelenetsk in Pskov (1603); New Martyr Parascevas of Trebizond (1659); New Hieromartyr Methodius, of Russia (1920); New Martyr Antonina of Kizliar, Abbess (1924); New martyr Anastasia Andreyevna, Fool-for-Christ, in the North Caucasus; New Hieromartyr Olga (1937); New Hieromartyr Peter (Liubimov), Protopresbyter (1938); New Hieromartyrs Basil, John, Benjamin, Michael, priests (1938); New Hieromartyr Anthony (1938); Virgin-martyrs Anna, Daria, Eudokia, Alexandra (1938); New Martyr Basil (1938); Virgin-martyr Hope (Nadezhda) Abakumova (1938); New Hieromartyr Alexander (Ilyenkiv/Ilenkov) of Berdyansk (Simferopol-Crimea), Priest (1942); New Hieromartyr Basil, Priest (1943); Other Commemorations: Repose of Barsanuphius (Hrynevich), Archbishop of Tver (1958).

( February 16 2021: Julian Calendar )

Our Lord Jesus Christ

Hieromartyrs Pamphilus of Caesarea, Priest, and Valens, Deacon, and Martyrs Paul, Seleucus, Porphyrius, Julian, Theodulus, Elias, Jeremiah, Isaiah, Samuel, and Daniel, at Caesarea in Palaestina (c. 307-309); Saint Maruthas of Martyropolis, Bishop of Sophene and Martyropolis (422), and the Martyrs of Persia (4th century), whose relics rest in Martyropolis; Saint Flavian of Antioch, Archbishop of Antioch (404); Saint Flavian the Confessor, Archbishop of Constantinople (449); Venerable Flavian the Hermit, monastic and Wonderworker; Saint Mary the New, of Byzia in Thrace (9th century); Saint Onesimus, of the Seventy Apostles (c. 68) (see also February 15); Saint Honestus (Honestus of Nîmes), disciple of Saturninus of Toulouse, who preached the Gospel in Spain (270); Saint Faustinus of Brescia, Bishop of Brescia and Confessor (381); Hieromartyr Tanco of Verden, Bishop of Verden (815); New Monk-martyr Romanus of Karpenision and Kapsokalyvia, Mount Athos, at Constantinople (1694) (see also January 5); Saint Basil Gryaznov of Pavlovo-Posadsky (1869); Saint Macarius (Nevsky), Metropolitan of Moscow, Apostle to the Altai (1926); Saint Nicholas of Japan, Archbishop and Equal-to-the-Apostles (1912) (see also February 3); New Hieromartyr Peter Lagov, Priest (1931); New Hieromartyr Elias Chetverukhin, Priest, of Moscow (1934); New Hieromartyr Paul, Priest (1938); Other Commemorations: Translation of the relics of Virgin-martyr Juliana of Nicomedia (304); Synaxis of the 'Cypriot' Icon of the Theotokos.

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