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</div>[[Forefeast]] of the [[Theophany]] of Our Lord and Savior [[Jesus|Jesus Christ]]; [[Synaxis]] of the 70 Holy [[Apostles]]; [[Righteous]] Theoctistus, abbot at Cucomo in Sicily; [[Martyr]]s Zosimas the [[Hermit]] and [[Apostle Aristarchus|Athanasius the Notary]], [[anchorite]]s of Cilicia; Righteous Apollinaria the Senator; Martyrs Chrysanthus and Euphemia; Righteous Euthymius the Younger; [[New-Martyr]] Onuphrius Manassias of [[Chilandari Monastery (Athos)|Chilandar Monastery]] on [[Mount Athos]]; Martyrs [[Abbot]] Euthymius and twelve [[monk]]s of [[Vatopedi Monastery (Athos)|Vatopedi]]; Righteous John Scholarius; Saint Eustathius, first [[Archbishop]] of Serbia; Saint Aquila, [[deacon]] of the [[Kiev Caves]]; Saint Gregory of Langres (Gaul); Martyrs Evargresi and Ilia of the Shio-Mgvime [[Monastery]]. '''Other events:''' repose of Symeon, [[Metropolitan]] of Smolensk
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[[File:Venerable Hagioritic Monk-Martyrs (13th c.).jpg|100px|Venerable Hagioritic Monk-Martyrs]]
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[[Forefeast]] of the [[Theophany]] of Our Lord and Savior [[Jesus|Jesus Christ]];  
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[[Synaxis]] of the Holy [[Seventy Apostles]];  
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[[Martyr]] Djan Darada, the [[w:Ethiopian eunuch|Ethiopian eunuch]] of [[w:Kandake|Queen Candace]] (1st c.);
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Martyrs Chrysanthus and Euthymia;
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Martyrs Zosimas the [[Hermit]] and Athanasius the Commentarisius (prison warden), [[anchorite]]s of Cilicia (3rd-4th c.);
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Venerable Theoprobus of Karpasia, Bishop of Karpasia in Cyprus (4th c.);
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Righteous Apollinaria the Senator (5th c.);
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Venerable Evagrius (''Evargresi,'' fellow-ascetic of St. Shio of Mgvime), with St. Elias the [[Deacon]], and other Disciples of the [[w:Thirteen Assyrian Fathers|Thirteen Syrian Fathers]], of the Shio-Mgvime Monastery in Georgia (6th c.);
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The Holy Six Martyrs;
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Saint Euthymius the Younger of Thessalonica (Euthymius the New), monk;
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Venerable Timothy the [[Stylite]] (872);
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Saint [[Apostle Linus|Linus]], the first Pope of Rome (ca.76) (''in the East: [[January 4|Jan 4]] and [[November 5|Nov 5]]'');
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Saint [[Clement of Rome|Clement I]], one of the Seventy Apostles, third Pope of Rome (ca.101) (''in the East: [[January 4|Jan 4]], [[April 22|Apr 22]], [[September 10|Sept 10]] and [[November 25|Nov 25]]'');
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Saint Mavilus (''Majulus''), a martyr in Hadrumetum in North Africa, thrown to wild beasts at the time of Caracalla (212);
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Martyrs Priscus, Priscillian and Benedicta, in Rome (ca.361-363);
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Martyr Dafrosa (''Affrosa''), the mother of St Bibiana, martyred in Rome under Julian the Apostate (ca.361-363);
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Martyrs Aquilinus, Geminus, Eugene, Marcian, Quintus, Theodotus and Tryphon, in North Africa under the Arian Hunneric, King of the Vandals (ca.484);
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Saint Gregory of Langres, Bishop of Langres in Gaul, renowned for miracles (539-540);
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Saint Ferreolus of Uzès, [[w:Ancient Diocese of Uzès|Bishop of Uzès]] (581);
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Saint Pharäildis (''Vareide, Verylde, Veerle''), one of the patron-saints of Ghent (ca.740);
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Saint Rigobert, Archbishop of Rheims and Confessor (ca.745);
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Venerable Theoctistus of Sicily, [[Abbot]] at Cucomo (''Coucouma, Coucoumis'') in Sicily (800);
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Saint Libentius (''Liäwizo I''), born in Swabia in Germany, became Bishop of Hamburg in 988 (1013);
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Venerable Hieromartyr [[Abbot]] Euthymius, and 12 Monk-martyrs of [[Vatopedi Monastery (Athos)|Vatopedi Monastery]], on [[Mount Athos|Mt. Athos]], who suffered martyrdom for denouncing the [[Latinization|Latinizing]] rulers Michael Paleologos and [[John XI Bekkos of Constantinople|John Bekkos]] as [[heretic]]s (ca.1285);
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Repose of St. [[Eustatius I of Pec|Eustathius I of Serbia]] (''Eustace of Serbia, Jevstatije I''), first Archbishop of Serbia (1286);
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Saint Aquila (''Aquilae, Achillios''), [[Deacon]] of the [[Kiev Caves]] Monastery (14th c.);
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Venerable Symeon of Smolensk, Metropolitan of Smolensk (1699);
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New Monk-martyr Onuphrius Manassias of Gabrovo and [[Chilandari Monastery (Athos)|Chilandar Monastery]], [[Mount Athos|Mt. Athos]], on Chios (1818);
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Saint [[Nicephorus the Leper|Nikiforos the Leper]] (1964);
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New Hieromartyr Alexander, Bishop;
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New Martyr Uvelicius;
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New Martyr Amma;
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New Hieromartyr Alexander Yuzefovitch, Priest, at Alma-Ata (1921);
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New Hieromartyr Philip Gregoriev, Protopresbyter, at Alma-Ata (1933);
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New Hieromartyr Stephen, Priest (1933);
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New Hieromartyr Nicholas Maslov, Priest, at Alma-Ata (1939);
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New Hieromartyr Paul, Priest (1941);
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'''Other commemorations:'''
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Finding of the holy [[relics]] (January 4, 1974) of New Martyr John the ex-Muslim of [[w:Konitsa|Konitsa]] (''John of Ioannina'') († [[September 23]], 1814), in the Holy Monastery of Prousou in [[Evrytanian Saints|Evrytania]], Greece.
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Latest revision as of 23:51, January 11, 2013

The Baptism of Christ

Venerable Hagioritic Monk-Martyrs

Forefeast of the Theophany of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ; Synaxis of the Holy Seventy Apostles; Martyr Djan Darada, the Ethiopian eunuch of Queen Candace (1st c.); Martyrs Chrysanthus and Euthymia; Martyrs Zosimas the Hermit and Athanasius the Commentarisius (prison warden), anchorites of Cilicia (3rd-4th c.); Venerable Theoprobus of Karpasia, Bishop of Karpasia in Cyprus (4th c.); Righteous Apollinaria the Senator (5th c.); Venerable Evagrius (Evargresi, fellow-ascetic of St. Shio of Mgvime), with St. Elias the Deacon, and other Disciples of the Thirteen Syrian Fathers, of the Shio-Mgvime Monastery in Georgia (6th c.); The Holy Six Martyrs; Saint Euthymius the Younger of Thessalonica (Euthymius the New), monk; Venerable Timothy the Stylite (872); Saint Linus, the first Pope of Rome (ca.76) (in the East: Jan 4 and Nov 5); Saint Clement I, one of the Seventy Apostles, third Pope of Rome (ca.101) (in the East: Jan 4, Apr 22, Sept 10 and Nov 25); Saint Mavilus (Majulus), a martyr in Hadrumetum in North Africa, thrown to wild beasts at the time of Caracalla (212); Martyrs Priscus, Priscillian and Benedicta, in Rome (ca.361-363); Martyr Dafrosa (Affrosa), the mother of St Bibiana, martyred in Rome under Julian the Apostate (ca.361-363); Martyrs Aquilinus, Geminus, Eugene, Marcian, Quintus, Theodotus and Tryphon, in North Africa under the Arian Hunneric, King of the Vandals (ca.484); Saint Gregory of Langres, Bishop of Langres in Gaul, renowned for miracles (539-540); Saint Ferreolus of Uzès, Bishop of Uzès (581); Saint Pharäildis (Vareide, Verylde, Veerle), one of the patron-saints of Ghent (ca.740); Saint Rigobert, Archbishop of Rheims and Confessor (ca.745); Venerable Theoctistus of Sicily, Abbot at Cucomo (Coucouma, Coucoumis) in Sicily (800); Saint Libentius (Liäwizo I), born in Swabia in Germany, became Bishop of Hamburg in 988 (1013); Venerable Hieromartyr Abbot Euthymius, and 12 Monk-martyrs of Vatopedi Monastery, on Mt. Athos, who suffered martyrdom for denouncing the Latinizing rulers Michael Paleologos and John Bekkos as heretics (ca.1285); Repose of St. Eustathius I of Serbia (Eustace of Serbia, Jevstatije I), first Archbishop of Serbia (1286); Saint Aquila (Aquilae, Achillios), Deacon of the Kiev Caves Monastery (14th c.); Venerable Symeon of Smolensk, Metropolitan of Smolensk (1699); New Monk-martyr Onuphrius Manassias of Gabrovo and Chilandar Monastery, Mt. Athos, on Chios (1818); Saint Nikiforos the Leper (1964); New Hieromartyr Alexander, Bishop; New Martyr Uvelicius; New Martyr Amma; New Hieromartyr Alexander Yuzefovitch, Priest, at Alma-Ata (1921); New Hieromartyr Philip Gregoriev, Protopresbyter, at Alma-Ata (1933); New Hieromartyr Stephen, Priest (1933); New Hieromartyr Nicholas Maslov, Priest, at Alma-Ata (1939); New Hieromartyr Paul, Priest (1941); Other commemorations: Finding of the holy relics (January 4, 1974) of New Martyr John the ex-Muslim of Konitsa (John of Ioannina) († September 23, 1814), in the Holy Monastery of Prousou in Evrytania, Greece.