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The Holy Trinity

Apostle Onesimus of the Seventy (c. 109); Martyr Major of Gaza (302); Venerable Paphnutius, monk, and his daughter St. Euphrosyne, nun, of Alexandria (5th century) (see also [{September 25]])'; Venerable Eusebius, hermit, of Asikha in Syria (5th century) Saint Theognius, Bishop of Bethelia near Gaza (523); Saints Faustinus and Jovita, two brothers, zealous preachers of Orthodoxy, beheaded under Hadrian (2nd century); Virgin-martyr Agape, in Terni (Teramo) in Italy (c. 273); Martyr Craton and Companions, converted to Christ by St Valentine, Bishop of Terni, martyred in Rome together with his wife and family (c. 273); Martyrs Saturninus, Castulus, Magnus and Lucius, who belonged to the flock of St Valentine, Bishop of Terni in Italy (273); Saint Dochow (Dochau, Dogwyn), founder of a monastery in Cornwall (c. 473); Saint Georgia, a holy virgin and later anchoress near Clermont in Auvergne in France (c. 500); Saint Severus, a priest from the Abruzzi in Italy (c. 530); Saint Quinidius, hermit in Aix in Provence, who became Bishop of Vaison (c. 579); Saint Farannan, a disciple of St Columba at Iona in Scotland (c. 590); Saint Berach (Barachias, Berachius), disciple of St Kevin and founder of a monastery at Clusin-Coirpte in Connaught (6th century); Saint Faustus, a disciple of St Benedict at Montecassino in Italy (6th century); Saint Oswy, King of Northumbria (670); Saint Decorosus, for thirty years Bishop of Capua, Confessor (695); Saint Walfrid (Gualfredo) della Gherardesca (765); Saints Winaman the Subdeacon, Unaman the Presbyter, and Sunaman the Deacon, monks and nephews of St Sigfrid whom they followed to Sweden, martyred by pagans (c. 1040); Saint Sigfrid of Sweden, Bishop of Växjö and Apostle of Sweden, who converted King Olaf of Sweden (1045); Saint Druthmar, a monk at Lorsch, in 1014 he became Abbot of Corvey in Saxony in Germany (1046); Saint Paphnutius, recluse of the Kiev Caves Monastery (13th century); Venerable Dalmatius of Siberia, Abbot and founder of the Dormition Monastery (1697); New martyr John of Thessaloniki (1776); Venerable Anthimos (Vagianos) of Chios (1960); New Hieromartyrs Michael Pyatayev and John Kuminov, Priests of Omsk (1930); New Hieromartyr Paul (Kozlov), Hieromonk of St. Nilus Hermitage, Tver (1938); New Hieromartyrs Nicholas Morkovin, Alexis, and Alexis, Priests; and Simeon, Deacon (1938); Virgin-martyr Sophia (1938); Other Commemorations: Synaxis of the Church of St. John the Theologian at Diaconissa; Synaxis of the Icon of the Mother of God of Vilnius; Synaxis of Icon of the Mother of God of Dalmatia; Repose of Blessed Stoina (Euphemia) of Devic Monastery (Serbia) (1895); Repose of Schemamonk Nikodim of Karoulia (1984); Repose of Monk Marcu (Dumitrescu) of Sihastria (Romania) (1999); Repose of Mother Kypriane of the Holy Angels Convent.