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The Holy Trinity

St. Lydia of Thyatira (1st c.); Martyr Juvenal (132 AD); Martyrs Quadratus (Codratos) of Nicomedia and his companions (251–259) (see also March 10); Martyr Maximos; Hieromartyr Flavius, and Martyrs Augustus and Augustinus (from Asia Minor) (ca.284-305); Martyr Acacius the centurion at Byzantium (303); Commemoration of the Apparition of the Sign of the Precious Cross over Jerusalem in 351 A.D., along with the commemoration of Saint Cyril, Archbishop of Jerusalem; Saint John of Zaden in Georgia (Zedazeni Monastery), and his 12 disciples (6th c.): Saints Shio, David, Anthony, Thaddeus, Stephen, Isidore, Michael, Pyrrhus, Zeno, Jesse, Joseph, and Abibus; Saint Domitianos, Bishop of Maastricht (560); Saint Liudhard, Bishop at Canterbury (ca. 600) Venerable John of Beverley, Bishop of York (721); Saint John the Confessor, of Psychaita, on the Bosphorus (ca. 825); Repose of Saint Nilus, Abbot and Wonderworker of Sora (1508); New Monkmartyr Pachomius of Mount Athos, of Usaki near Philadelphia (1730); Priest Alexis Toth, Confessor and Defender of Orthodoxy in America (1909); Repose of Schema Elder Boris (monk Nicholas) of Valaam and Pskov (1967); Repose of Hieromonk Eulogius of Valaam (1969); Other Commemorations: Uncovering of the relics of St. Euthymius the Great (473); Icon of the Mother of God of Liubech (11th c.); "Zhirovits" Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos (1470); Uncovering of the relics (1815) of Saint Nilus the Myrrh-gusher of the Great Lavra on Mount Athos (1651).