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St. Ignatius of Antioch
St. Andrei Rublev

Martyr Chryse (c. 41-54); Martyrs Sarbelus (Thathuil) and his sister Bebaia, of Edessa (110); Saint Barsimaeus the Confessor, Hieromartyr Bishop of Edessa (114); The Holy Seven Martyrs of Samosata (297): Romanus, James, Philotheus, Hyperechius, Abibus, Julian, and Paregorius; Hieromartyrs Silvanus, Bishop of Emesa, Luke the Deacon, and Mocius the Reader (312); Venerable Aphrahates the Persian, Hermit of Antioch (370); Venerable Ascepsimus, monk; Saint Ashot Kuropalates of Tao-Klarjeti, Georgia (829) (see also January 27) Saint Caesarius, a deacon in Angoulême in France under its first bishop St Ausonius (1st century); Hieromartyr Constantius of Perugia, first Bishop of Perugia, and Companions (170); Martyr Sabinian of Troyes (275); Martyrs Papias and Maurus, soldiers martyred in Rome under Maximian (ca. 303); Saint Valerius, second Bishop of Trier in Germany (c. 320); Saint Blath (Flora), a cook at St Brigid's convent in Kildare where she was honoured as a holy woman (523); Saint Gildas the Wise, Abbot of Rhuys, Brittany (c. 570); Saint Severus (Sulpitius I of Bourges, Sulpicius Severus), Bishop of Bourges (591); Saint Dallán Forgaill (of Cluain Dallain), a relative of St Aidan of Ferns, martyred at Inis-coel by pirates (598); Saint Aquilinus of Mediolanum (Milan), martyred by the Arians (650); Saint Voloc, a bishop from Ireland who worked in Scotland (c. 724); Venerable Ignatios the Sinaite, of Rethymno, Crete; Venerable Laurence, recluse of the Kiev Caves and Bishop of Turov (1194); Saint Ignatius, Wonder-worker and Bishop of Smolensk (1210); Saint Andrei Rublev, iconographer, of the Spaso-Andronikov Monastery, Moscow (1430) (see also July 4); Saints Gerasimus (1441), Pitirim (1455), and Jonah (1470), Bishops of Perm; New Martyr Demetrius of Chios, at Constantinople (1802); New Hieromartyrs John Granitovo and Leontius Klimenko, Priests, Constantine Zverev, Deacon, and with them 5 Martyrs (1920); Other Commemorations: Translation of the relics (5th century) of Hieromartyr Ignatius the God-bearer, Bishop of Antioch (107); Synaxis of All Saints of Yekaterinburg.