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The Venerable Bede

Hieromartyr Therapont of Sardis, Bishop, by beheading (259); Martyr Julius the Veteran, at Dorostolum in Moesia (297); Virgin-martyr Theodora, and Martyr Didymus the Soldier, at Alexandria (304); Martyr Eusebiotus, by fire; Martyr Alypius, by stoning; Martyr Juliana (see also March 4); Hieromartyr Helladius, Bishop (6th-7th c.); Saint Michael of Parekhi, Georgia (8th-9th c.); Saint Basil of Khakhuli, son of King Bagrat III (11th c.); Saint Restituta and Companions (272) (see also May 17); Saint Eutropius of Orange, succesor of St Justin as Bishop of Orange in France, when the diocese had been laid waste by the Visigoths (475); Venerable Melangell of Wales, Abbess (590); Martyr Ranulf (Ragnulf), in Thélus near Arras in France, (the father of St. Hadulph, Bishop of Arras-Cambrai) (700); Venerable Bede the Confessor, Hieromonk of Wearmouth-Jarrow (735); Saint Bruno of Würzburg, Bishop of Würzburg (1045); Venerable Therapont of White Lake, Abbot of Byelozersk (White Lake) and Mozhaisk (1426); Saint Philip I, Metropolitan of Moscow (1473); Venerable Therapont of Monza, Abbot of Monza (1597); Venerable Hiero-schema-monk Lazarus of Pskov-Caves Monastery (1824); Venerable Elias, of Russia (see also December 7); Saint John the Russian, whose relics are on the island of Euboea (1730); Saint Alexis (Mechev), Priest of Moscow (1922); Other Commemorations: Translation of the relics (1472) of Sts. Cyprian (1406), Photius (1431), and Jonah (1461), Metropolitans of Kiev; Translation of the relics (1667) of Venerable Nilus of Stolobny Island (stylite of Seliger Lake) (1554); Repose of Blessed Zina of Vetluga (1960);