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[[Image:Xenophon.jpg|100px|St. Xenophon]]<br>
</div>[[Saint]] Xenophon and his wife, Saint Mary, and their two sons, Saints Arcadius and John, of Constantinople; Saint Symeon "the Ancient" of Mount Sinai; Martyrs Ananias the [[presbyter]], Peter, and seven soldiers, in Phoenicia; Saint Joseph, [[Bishop]] of Thessaloniki (see also [[July 14]]), brother of St. [[Theodore the Studite|Theodore of the Studion]] (see also [[November 11]]); Saint Gabriel, [[Abbot]] at Jerusalem, and Saint Ammon, [[disciple]] of St. [[Anthony the Great]] (see also [[January 17]]); Saint David III, king of Georgia; [[New-Martyr]] Cyril, [[Metropolitan]] of Kazan; New [[Hieromartyr]] Arcadius; New-Martyr [[Matushka]] Maria of Gatchina; two martyrs of Phrygia; Saint Clement of Mount Stirion, [[monk]]; Saint Xenophon of Robika, monk; Saint Conan, Bishop of the Isle of Man; translation of the [[relics]] of Saint [[Theodore the Studite|Theodore]], Abbot of the Studion (see also [[November 11]])'''Other events:''' repose of Metropolitan Gabriel of Novgorod and St. Petersburg
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[[File:Studite.jpg|100px|Sts. Theodore the Studite]]
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Martyrs Ananias the priest, Peter the prison guard, and seven soldiers, in Phoenicia (295);
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The Holy Two Martys of Phrygia;
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Venerable Ammon of Egypt (350), disciple of St. Anthony the Great (''see also [[January 10]] and [[December 7]]'');
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Venerable Symeon "the Ancient" of Mount Sinai (c. 390);
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Saint Paula of Rome (''Paula of Palestine''), monastic foundress in Palestine (404);
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Venerable Gabriel, Abbot of the monastery of Saint Stephanos in Jerusalem (c. 490);
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Venerable [[Xenophon]] and his wife St. Mary, and their two sons Sts. Arcadius and John, of Constantinople (6th century);
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Saint Conon, Bishop and monastic founder on the Isle of Man (648);
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Saint Theofrid (''Theofroy''), a monk at Luxeuil in France who became Abbot of Corbie, and a Bishop (c. 690);
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Saint Athanasius, honoured as a bishop in Sorrento in the south of Italy;
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Saint Alphonsus of Astorga, Bishop of Astorga in Spain (9th century);
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Saint Ansurius (''Aduri, Asurius, Isauri''), Bishop of Orense in Galicia (925);
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Venerable Clement of Mt. Sagmation (1111);
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Saint David the Builder (David III), King of Georgia (1125);
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Venerable [[Xenophon of Robeika]], Abbot of Robeika, Novgorod (1262);
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Venerable Arcadius of Vyaznikovsky (1592);
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New Martyr Matushka Maria of Gatchina (1930);
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New Hieromartyr Cyril, Metropolitan of Kazan (1937);
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New Hieromartyr Arcadius (1938);
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Martyr John Popov (1938);
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'''Other Commemorations:'''
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Commemoration of the Great Earthquake at Constantinople (447-448), during the reign of Emperor Theodosius II (r. 408–450);
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Translation of the [[relics]] (845) of Sts. [[Theodore the Studite|Theodore the Confessor]], Abbot of the [[Studion Monastery]] (826), and his brother Joseph the Confessor (''Joseph of Thessalonica''), Archbishop of Thessalonica (832);
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Repose of Metropolitan [[Gabriel (Petrov) of Novgorod|Gabriel (Petrov) of Novgorod and St. Petersburg]] (1801);
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Repose of Metropolitan Joseph (Naniescu) of Suceava, Romania (1902).
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Latest revision as of 12:54, April 7, 2015

St. Xenophon
Sts. Theodore the Studite

Martyrs Ananias the priest, Peter the prison guard, and seven soldiers, in Phoenicia (295); The Holy Two Martys of Phrygia; Venerable Ammon of Egypt (350), disciple of St. Anthony the Great (see also January 10 and December 7); Venerable Symeon "the Ancient" of Mount Sinai (c. 390); Saint Paula of Rome (Paula of Palestine), monastic foundress in Palestine (404); Venerable Gabriel, Abbot of the monastery of Saint Stephanos in Jerusalem (c. 490); Venerable Xenophon and his wife St. Mary, and their two sons Sts. Arcadius and John, of Constantinople (6th century); Saint Conon, Bishop and monastic founder on the Isle of Man (648); Saint Theofrid (Theofroy), a monk at Luxeuil in France who became Abbot of Corbie, and a Bishop (c. 690); Saint Athanasius, honoured as a bishop in Sorrento in the south of Italy; Saint Alphonsus of Astorga, Bishop of Astorga in Spain (9th century); Saint Ansurius (Aduri, Asurius, Isauri), Bishop of Orense in Galicia (925); Venerable Clement of Mt. Sagmation (1111); Saint David the Builder (David III), King of Georgia (1125); Venerable Xenophon of Robeika, Abbot of Robeika, Novgorod (1262); Venerable Arcadius of Vyaznikovsky (1592); New Martyr Matushka Maria of Gatchina (1930); New Hieromartyr Cyril, Metropolitan of Kazan (1937); New Hieromartyr Arcadius (1938); Martyr John Popov (1938); Other Commemorations: Commemoration of the Great Earthquake at Constantinople (447-448), during the reign of Emperor Theodosius II (r. 408–450); Translation of the relics (845) of Sts. Theodore the Confessor, Abbot of the Studion Monastery (826), and his brother Joseph the Confessor (Joseph of Thessalonica), Archbishop of Thessalonica (832); Repose of Metropolitan Gabriel (Petrov) of Novgorod and St. Petersburg (1801); Repose of Metropolitan Joseph (Naniescu) of Suceava, Romania (1902).