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</div>[[Synaxis]] of the [[Three Holy Hierarchs]]: [[Saint]]s [[Basil the Great]], [[Gregory the Theologian]], and [[John Chrysostom]]; [[Hieromartyr]] Hippolytus, [[Pope]] of Rome, and with him [[Martyr]]s Censorinus, Sabinus, Ares, the virgin Chryse, and with her Martyrs Felix, Maximus, Herculianus, Venerius, Styracius, Mennas, Commodus, Hermes, Maurus, Eusebius, Rusticus, Monagrius, Amandinus, Olympius, Cyprus, Theodore the Tribune, Maximus the [[Presbyter]], Archelaus the [[deacon]], and Cyriacus the [[bishop]], all beheaded at Ostia; Martyr Theophilus the New in Cyprus; Saint Zeno, [[hermit]] of Antioch, [[disciple]] of St. Basil the Great; [[New-Martyr]] Theodore of Mitylene ([[Mount Athos]]); Saint Peter, king of Bulgaria; Saint Zeno the [[Fast]]er of the [[Kiev Caves]]; Blessed Pelagia of Diviyevo; New-Martyr Demetrius of Sliven, Bulgaria; Martyr Athanasia and her three daughters; Saint Julian, [[priest]] of Aegina; Saint Bathildes, [[nun]] of Chelles and Queen of France; "Tinos" [[Icon]] of the Most Holy [[Theotokos]]. '''Other Events:''' [[Day of Letters]] (Greek Orthodox Church)
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[[Synaxis]] of the [[Three Holy Hierarchs]]: [[Saint]]s [[Basil the Great]], [[Gregory the Theologian]], and [[John Chrysostom]];
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Hieromartyr Hippolytus, priest, of Antioch, martyred in the period of the heretical Novatianists;
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Hieromartyr Hippolytus of Rome, Bishop of Rome, and those with him (269): Martyrs Censorinus, Sabinus, Ares, the virgin Chryse (''Chryse of Rome''), Felix, Maximus, Herculianus, Venerius, Styracius, Mennas, Commodus, Hermes, Maurus, Eusebius, Rusticus, Monagrius, Amandinus, Olympius, Cyprus, Theodore the Tribune, Maximus the [[Presbyter]], Archelaus the [[deacon]], and Cyriacus the [[bishop]] all beheaded at Ostia under Roman Emperor Claudius Gothicus and a vicarius named Ulpius Romulus;
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Venerable Zeno the Hermit, of Antioch (414), disciple of St. Basil the Great;
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Martyr Theophilus the New, in Cyprus (784);
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Venerable Kyriakos, ascetic of the [[Holy Lavra of St. Savas (Jerusalem)|Great Lavra of St. Sabbas the Sanctified]] (7th-8th centuries);
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Saint Peter I of Bulgaria, King of Bulgaria (969);
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Saint Martina of Rome, a martyr in Rome under Alexander Severus (228);
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Saint Savina of Milan (''Sabina''), who ministered to martyrs in prison and buried their bodies during the persecution of Diocletian (311);
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Saint Armentarius of Antibes, first Bishop of Antibes in Provence in France (c. 451);
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Martyrs Felician, Philippian and Companions, a group of 126 martyrs in North Africa;
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Saint Tudy (''Tudclyd, Tybie''), a virgin in Wales; Llandydie church in Dyfed is named after her (5th century);
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Saint Adelgonda, foundress of Maubeuge Abbey (680);
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Saint Balthildes, Queen of France and [[nun]] of Chelles (680);
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Saint Armentarius of Pavia, Bishop of Pavia (c. 711);
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Saint Amnichad (''Amnuchad''), a monk and then a hermit at Fulda monastery (1043);
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Venerable Zeno the Faster, of the [[Kiev Caves]] Monastery (14th century);
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New Martyr Hadji-Theodore of Mytilene (Mt. Athos) (1784);
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New Martyr Demetrius of Sliven (1841);
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Saint Theophil, [[fool-for-Christ]], of Svyatogorsk Monastery (1868);
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Blessed Pelagia of [[Holy Trinity St. Seraphim-Diveyevo Convent|Diveyevo Monastery]], [[fool-for-Christ]] (1884);
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New Hieromartyr Vladimir Kristenovich, Priest (1933);
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New Martyr Stephen Nalivayko (1945).
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'''Other Commemorations:'''
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Commemoration of the deliverance of the island of Zakynthos from the plague by Saint George the Great-Martyr (1688);
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Finding of the Wonderworking Icon of [[Panagia of Tinos|Panagia Evangelistria of Tinos]] (1823);
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Day of Letters / Greek Letters Day (''Greek Orthodox Church'').
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The Three Holy Hierarchs

Synaxis of the Three Holy Hierarchs: Saints Basil the Great, Gregory the Theologian, and John Chrysostom; Hieromartyr Hippolytus, priest, of Antioch, martyred in the period of the heretical Novatianists; Hieromartyr Hippolytus of Rome, Bishop of Rome, and those with him (269): Martyrs Censorinus, Sabinus, Ares, the virgin Chryse (Chryse of Rome), Felix, Maximus, Herculianus, Venerius, Styracius, Mennas, Commodus, Hermes, Maurus, Eusebius, Rusticus, Monagrius, Amandinus, Olympius, Cyprus, Theodore the Tribune, Maximus the Presbyter, Archelaus the deacon, and Cyriacus the bishop – all beheaded at Ostia under Roman Emperor Claudius Gothicus and a vicarius named Ulpius Romulus; Venerable Zeno the Hermit, of Antioch (414), disciple of St. Basil the Great; Martyr Theophilus the New, in Cyprus (784); Venerable Kyriakos, ascetic of the Great Lavra of St. Sabbas the Sanctified (7th-8th centuries); Saint Peter I of Bulgaria, King of Bulgaria (969); Saint Martina of Rome, a martyr in Rome under Alexander Severus (228); Saint Savina of Milan (Sabina), who ministered to martyrs in prison and buried their bodies during the persecution of Diocletian (311); Saint Armentarius of Antibes, first Bishop of Antibes in Provence in France (c. 451); Martyrs Felician, Philippian and Companions, a group of 126 martyrs in North Africa; Saint Tudy (Tudclyd, Tybie), a virgin in Wales; Llandydie church in Dyfed is named after her (5th century); Saint Adelgonda, foundress of Maubeuge Abbey (680); Saint Balthildes, Queen of France and nun of Chelles (680); Saint Armentarius of Pavia, Bishop of Pavia (c. 711); Saint Amnichad (Amnuchad), a monk and then a hermit at Fulda monastery (1043); Venerable Zeno the Faster, of the Kiev Caves Monastery (14th century); New Martyr Hadji-Theodore of Mytilene (Mt. Athos) (1784); New Martyr Demetrius of Sliven (1841); Saint Theophil, fool-for-Christ, of Svyatogorsk Monastery (1868); Blessed Pelagia of Diveyevo Monastery, fool-for-Christ (1884); New Hieromartyr Vladimir Kristenovich, Priest (1933); New Martyr Stephen Nalivayko (1945). Other Commemorations: Commemoration of the deliverance of the island of Zakynthos from the plague by Saint George the Great-Martyr (1688); Finding of the Wonderworking Icon of Panagia Evangelistria of Tinos (1823); Day of Letters / Greek Letters Day (Greek Orthodox Church).