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Today's feasts

June 17 2019:

Our Lord Jesus Christ

Martyrs Manuel, Sabel (Savel), and Ismael (Ishmael) of Persia; Hieromartyr Philoneides, Bishop of Kurion in Cyprus; Saints Joseph and Pior, disciples of Saint Anthony the Great; the Alfanov brothers (see May 4); Saint Ananias the Iconographer of Novgorod; Martyr Isaurus, and with him Basil, Innocent, Felix, Hermes, and Peregrinus, of Athens; Saint Botolph, Abbot of the Monastery of Ikanhoe, and his brother Adulph; Martyr Nectan of Hartland; Martyr Shalva of Akhaltsikhe; Saint Ypatios of Roufiana; Saint Moling, Bishop of Ferns



( June 4 2019: Julian Calendar )

The Holy Trinity

Saint Metrophanes, first Patriarch of Constantinople; Hieromartyr Astius, Bishop of Dyrrachium in Macedonia; Martyr Concordius of Spoleto; Martyrs Frontasius, Severinus, Severian, and Silanus of Gaul; Saint Zosimas of Cilicia, Bishop of Babylon in Egypt; Venerable Methodius, Abbot of Peshnosha, disciple of Saint Sergius of Radonezh; Saint Sophia of Thrace; Saint John, Abbot of Monagria near Cyzicus; Saint Alonius of Scete in Egypt; Saints Mary and Martha, sisters of Saint Lazarus; Saints Eleazar and Nazarius, Wonder-workers of Olonets; New-Martyrs Archbishops Andronicus of Perm and Basil of Chernigov, and those with them; Hieromartyrs Joannicius and George of Serbia; Saint Petroc, Abbot of Bodmin; Saint Edfrith, Bishop of Lindisfarne; Saint Breaca, virgin in Cornwall; repose of righteous sisters Vera and Lyubov, foundresses of Shamordino Convent of Elder Ambrose of Optina


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