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</div>[[Arsenius of Corfu|Arsenius]], [[Archbishop]] of Corfu; [[Anthony Rawah the Qoraisite]]; [[Anthony of Georgia]]; [[Euphrasia of Nicomedia]]; [[Macarius the Great (of Egypt)]]; [[Macarius of Alexandria (the Citizen)]]; [[Macarius of the Lavra of the Kiev Caves]]; [[Macarius, deacon at the Lavra of the Kiev Caves]]; [[Macarius the Roman]] (see also [[August 15]]); [[Mark of Ephesus]]; [[Meletius the Confessor]]; [[Theodore of Novgorod]], the [[Holy Fools|Fool-for-Christ]]
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</div>[[Arsenius of Corfu|Arsenius]], [[Archbishop]] of Corfu; [[Anthony Rawah the Qoraisite]]; [[Anthony of Georgia]]; [[Euphrasia of Nicomedia]]; [[Macarius the Great (of Egypt)]]; [[Macarius of Alexandria (the Citizen)]]; [[Macarius of the Lavra of the Kiev Caves]]; [[Macarius, deacon at the Lavra of the Kiev Caves]]; [[Macarius the Roman]] (see also [[August 15]]); [[Mark of Ephesus]]; [[Meletius the Confessor]]; [[Theodore of Novgorod]], the [[Holy Fools|Fool-for-Christ]].  '''Other events:''' the [[miracle]] wrought by St. [[Basil the Great]] at [[Nicaea]], when he opened the gates of the church (cf. [[January 1]]); the translation of the [[relics]] of [[Gregory the Theologian]] to the [[Church of the Holy Apostles (Constantinople)|Church of the Holy Apostles]] in Constantinople during the reign of [[Constantine Porphyrogenitus]] (10th c.)

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Mark of Ephesus

Arsenius, Archbishop of Corfu; Anthony Rawah the Qoraisite; Anthony of Georgia; Euphrasia of Nicomedia; Macarius the Great (of Egypt); Macarius of Alexandria (the Citizen); Macarius of the Lavra of the Kiev Caves; Macarius, deacon at the Lavra of the Kiev Caves; Macarius the Roman (see also August 15); Mark of Ephesus; Meletius the Confessor; Theodore of Novgorod, the Fool-for-Christ. Other events: the miracle wrought by St. Basil the Great at Nicaea, when he opened the gates of the church (cf. January 1); the translation of the relics of Gregory the Theologian to the Church of the Holy Apostles in Constantinople during the reign of Constantine Porphyrogenitus (10th c.)