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July 25 2021:

Ss. Joachim & Anna

Dormition of the Righteous Anna, mother of the Most Holy Theotokos; holy women Olympias (Olympiada) the deaconess of Constantinople, Virgin Eupraxia, and Julia the Righteous of Tabenna; Saint Macarius, Abbot of Sheltovod and Unzha; Saint Christopher, Abbot of Solvychegodsk (Vologda); Martyrs Sanctus, Maturus, Attalus, and Blandina of Lyons; commemoration of the Holy 165 Fathers of the Fifth Ecumenical Council



( July 12 2021: Julian Calendar )

St. Veronica (Bernice), a woman healed by Christ

St. Veronica (Bernice), a woman healed by Christ; Martyr Hilary of Ancyra; Venerable Michael of Maleinus; Martyr Theodore and his son John of Kiev; Venerable Arsenius of Novgorod the Fool-for-Christ; Venerable Simon the Abbot of Volomsk; Martyr Golinduc, in Holy Baptism Mary, of Persia; Venerable John of Svyatogorsk, Georgia; Venerable Gabriel of Svyatogorsk, Georgia; Icon of the Mother of God "of the three hands" on Mt Athos; Martyr Proclus of Ancyra; St. Gabriel of Georgia; Blessed Serapion, Abbot of Volomsk; Saint Anthony, Abbot of Leokhnov, Novgorod; Martyrs Andrew the Soldier, Heraclius, Taustus, Menas, and others; Martyr Mamas near Sigmata; Martyr Serapion


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