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[[File:Serafeim o en lebadeia.jpg|100px|St. Seraphim of Livadeia]]<br>
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[[File:Jov2.jpg|100px|St. Job of Pochaev]]
 
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[[Righteous]] [[Job the Long-suffering]];  
 
[[Righteous]] [[Job the Long-suffering]];  
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Martyrs Danax, Mesirus (Mesiurs), and Therin;
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Martyrs Demetrius and Donatus;
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Saints Mamas, Pachomius, and Hilarion, [[monk]]s;
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Martyrs Barbarus the Soldier (Barbaruldier), Bacchus, Callimachus, and Dionysius, in [[w:Morea|Morea]] (362);
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Martyr Barbarus the former robber in Thessaly (9th c.);
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Saint Lucius of Cyrene (1st c.)
 
Martyrs Heliodorus and Venustus and seventy-five others in Africa (284–305);
 
Martyrs Heliodorus and Venustus and seventy-five others in Africa (284–305);
Martyrs Demetrius, Danax, Mesiurs, Therin, and Donatus;
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Saint Benedicta, virgin, mystic and nun, in Rome (6th c.);  
Saints Mamas, Pachomius, and Hilarion, [[monk]]s;
 
Martyrs Barbaruldier (Barbarus) the soldier, Bacchus, Callimachus, and Dionysius, in Morea (362);
 
St. Benedicta, virgin, mystic and nun, in Rome (6th c.);  
 
 
Saint Edbert, Bishop of Lindisfarne (698);
 
Saint Edbert, Bishop of Lindisfarne (698);
Martyr Barbarus the former robber in Thessaly (9th c.);  
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Saint Petronax of Monte Cassino (ca.747);
Venerable [[Micah of Radonezh|Micah]] the disciple of the Venerable Sergius of Radonezh (1385);  
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Saint [[w:Vladimir II Monomakh|Vladimir II Monomakh]] (Volodymyr Monomakh), Sovereign of [[w:Kievan Rus'|Kievan Rus']] (1125);
Venerable Sinaites of Serbia (from [[w:Ravanica|Ravanica]]): Romilus of Ravanica, Romanus of Djunisa (Romanos of Ravanica), Sisoes of Sinai and Sisojevac, Martyrius of Rukumije, Gregory of Gornjak, Zosimas of Tuman, and Gregory of Sinai (Mt. Athos) (14th c.);
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Venerable [[Micah of Radonezh|Micah]] (Micheas), disciple of the Saint Sergius of Radonezh (1385);
Saint [[Seraphim of Lebadeia|Seraphim]] of Dombu (1602);  
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Venerable Sinaites of Serbia (from [[w:Ravanica|Ravanica]]) (14th c.): Romilus of Ravanica, Romanus of Djunisa (Romanos of Ravanica), Sisoes of Sinai and Sisojevac, Martyrius of Rukumije, Gregory of Gornjak, Zosimas of Tuman, and [[Gregory of Sinai]] (Mt. Athos);
Saint Job, [[Abbot]] and [[Wonder-worker]] of Pochaev (1651);  
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Saint [[Seraphim of Lebadeia|Seraphim]] of Dombu (Seraphim of Livadeia) (1602);
'''Other commemorations:'''
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Saint [[Job of Pochaev]], [[Abbot]] and [[Wonder-worker]] of [[Pochaev Lavra of the Dormition of the Theotokos|Pochaev Lavra]] (1651) (see also [[October 28]] and [[August 28]]);
translation of the relics (1238) of Saint [[Sava of Serbia|Sava]], first archbishop of Serbia (1235);  
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Blessed Theophylact Lopatinsky, Archbishop of [[w:Tver|Tver]], Defender of Orthodoxy (1741);
translation of the [[relics]] (1675) of Saint Pachomius of Nerekhta (1384);  
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Saint Sophia, the ascetic of Cleisoura (1974)
birthday of Royal Martyr Tsar [[Nicholas II of Russia|Nicholas II]].
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'''Other Commemorations:'''
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Translation of the [[relics]] (1238) of Saint [[Sava of Serbia|Sava]], first Archbishop of Serbia (1235);  
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Translation of the [[relics]] (1675) of Saint Pachomius of Nerekhta (1384);  
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Birthday of Royal Martyr Tsar [[Nicholas II of Russia|Nicholas II]].
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Revision as of 13:25, January 11, 2013

Job the Long-suffering
St. Seraphim of Livadeia
St. Job of Pochaev

Righteous Job the Long-suffering; Martyrs Danax, Mesirus (Mesiurs), and Therin; Martyrs Demetrius and Donatus; Saints Mamas, Pachomius, and Hilarion, monks; Martyrs Barbarus the Soldier (Barbaruldier), Bacchus, Callimachus, and Dionysius, in Morea (362); Martyr Barbarus the former robber in Thessaly (9th c.); Saint Lucius of Cyrene (1st c.) Martyrs Heliodorus and Venustus and seventy-five others in Africa (284–305); Saint Benedicta, virgin, mystic and nun, in Rome (6th c.); Saint Edbert, Bishop of Lindisfarne (698); Saint Petronax of Monte Cassino (ca.747); Saint Vladimir II Monomakh (Volodymyr Monomakh), Sovereign of Kievan Rus' (1125); Venerable Micah (Micheas), disciple of the Saint Sergius of Radonezh (1385); Venerable Sinaites of Serbia (from Ravanica) (14th c.): Romilus of Ravanica, Romanus of Djunisa (Romanos of Ravanica), Sisoes of Sinai and Sisojevac, Martyrius of Rukumije, Gregory of Gornjak, Zosimas of Tuman, and Gregory of Sinai (Mt. Athos); Saint Seraphim of Dombu (Seraphim of Livadeia) (1602); Saint Job of Pochaev, Abbot and Wonder-worker of Pochaev Lavra (1651) (see also October 28 and August 28); Blessed Theophylact Lopatinsky, Archbishop of Tver, Defender of Orthodoxy (1741); Saint Sophia, the ascetic of Cleisoura (1974) Other Commemorations: Translation of the relics (1238) of Saint Sava, first Archbishop of Serbia (1235); Translation of the relics (1675) of Saint Pachomius of Nerekhta (1384); Birthday of Royal Martyr Tsar Nicholas II.