Martyr Eudoxia of Heliopolis (+ ca 160-170) Venerable Martyrius of Zelenetsk, Pskov (+ 1603) Martyrs Nestor and Tribimius (+ ca 249-251) Martyr Antonina of Nicea in Bithynia (+ c 305) Virgin Domnina of Syria (+ ca 450-460) Venerable Agapius of Vatopedi on Mt Athos Martyrs Marcellus and Anthony Martyrs Sylvester and Sophronius, Nestorian, Cartios, Nicephoros, and Agapios 1000 Martyrs of Saboreia
Hieromartyr Theodotus, Bishop of Cyrenia (+ ca 320) Virginmartyr Euthalia of Sicily (+ 257) Martyrs Troadius, Hilarion and Quadratus of Neo-Caesarea (3rd C) Venerable Agathon of Egypt (+ ca 435) 400 Martyrs slain by the Lombards in Sicily (+ 579) Saint Arsenius, Bishop of Tver (+ 1409) Venerable Barsanuphius (ca. 1459) and Sabbas (ca 1467) of Tver Venerable Sabbatius of Tver (ca 1434) Venerable Euphrosinius (ca 1460), disciple of Sabbatius of Tver Hieromartyr Athenodoros the Bishop Saint Joseph Icons of the Mother of God: "The Powerful"
Venerable Gerasimos of the Jordan (+ 475). Venerable Gerasim of Vologda (+ 1178)Venerable Joasaph of Snetnogorsk and Basil of Pskov (+ 1299)Blessed Prince Basil of Rostov (+ 1238)Blessed Prince George Vsevolodovich (+_1238)Blessed Prince Daniel of Moscow (+ 1303)Martyrs Paul and his sister Juliana (+ ca 273)Venerable James the Faster of Phoenicia, Syria (6th C)Translation of the relics of Blessed Prince St Wenceslaus, Prince of the Czechs (+ 938)Martyrs Quadratus, Acacius and Stratonicus (+ c. 273)Saint Gregory, Bishop of Assa (+ 1150)Saint Gregory, Bishop of Constantius in Cyprus
Martyr Conon of Isauria (1st C) Finding of the Relics of the Saint Theodore, Prince of Smolensk and Yaroslav, and his sons Saints David and Constantine (1463) Monkmmartyr Adrian of Poshekhonsk, Yaroslav (1550) Martyr Onesimus of Isauria (1st C) Martyr Conon the Gardener, of Pamphylia (3rd C) Martyr Eulogios of Palestine Martyr Eulampius of Palestine Martyrs Archelaos, Cyril, Photios and 150 others with them Saint Mark the Faster of Egypt (5th C) Saint Hesychius, Presbyter of Jerusalem (ca. 434) Martyr John the Bulgarian (1784) Monk George Saint Hesychius the Faster, of Bithynia (ca. 790) Virgin-martyr Irais (Iraida; Raissa) of Antinoe in Egypt Icons of the Mother of God: "Nurtured Up-Bringing"
Holy 42 Martyrs of Ammoria in Phrygia, including: Constantine, Aetios, Theophilos, Theodore, Melissenos, Kallistos, Basoes and others (+ c. 845) Uncovering of the Venerable Cross and Nails of the Lord by the Holy Empress Helen at Jerusalem (326) Venerable Job, Schemamonk of Anzersk (+ 1720) Monkmartyr Conon and his son Conon of Iconium (+ c. 270-275) Venerable Arcadios of Cyprus (+ post 361) and his Disciples: Martyrs Julian and Euboulos (+��c. 361) Monkmartyr Maximus Martyr Euphrosynos Saint Anphymos Icons of the Mother of God: Czestochowa "of the Hearth" "Graced of Heaven"
Venerable Theophylactus the Confessor, Bishop of Nicomedia (+c.842-845) Venerable Lazarus of Muromsk (+1391) Venerable Athanasius of Muromsk (15th C) Apostle of the 70: Hermas (1st C) Hieromartyr Theodorit, Presbyter of Antioch (+c.361-363) Venerable Theodosius Monkmartyr Domitius the Persian (+363) Martyr Dionos 1,000 Martyrs at Saboreia Icons of the Mother of God: Kursk "Sign" Icon (1898)
Holy 40 Martyrs of Sebaste: Kyrion, Candidus, Domnus, Hesychios, Heraclios, Smaragdes, Eunocios, Valentus, Bibianus, Claudius, Priscus, Theodoulos, Eutychios, John, Xanthios, Helianus, Sisinios, Angus, Flavian, Aetius, Akakios, Ekdikios, Lysimachos, Alexander, Elias, Gorgonios, Theophilos, Dometian, Gaius, Leontius, Athanasius, Cyril, Sacerdonus, Nicholas, Valerius, Philoctimus, Severian, Chudion, Meliton and Aglaios (+c.320) Martyr Urpasianus of Nicomedia (+c.295) Saint Caesarias, brother of Saint Gregory the Theologian (+c.369) Righteous Tarasias Icons of the Mother of God: Albazinsk Icon - "the Word made Flesh" (1666)
Martyr Quadratus and those with him: Cyprian, Dionysios, Anectus, Paul, Crescentus, Dionysios (another), Victorinus, Victor, Nicephoros, Claudius, Diodoros, Serapion, Papias, Leonides, and Charinessa, Nunecia, Basilissa, Nika, Gala, Galina, Theodora and many others at Corinth (+ 258) Martyrs Quadratos of Nicomedia, Satorinos, Ruphynos and others of Nicomedia (3rd C) Saint Michael (Maurudisos) of Soluneia (+ 1544) Saint George Arselios (4th C) Venerable Anastasius the Patrician (+ 567 or 568) Martyr Marcian Venerable Mark and John Khakhul of Georgia (10th-11th C)
Venerable Theophanes the Confessor, of Sigriane (+ 818) Righteous Phinhas, grandson of Aaron (+ c. 1500 B.C.) Saint Gregory Dialogos, Pope of Rome (+ 604) Venerable Simeon the New Theologian (+ 1021) Blessed Dimitri the Selif-Sacrificing, Emperor of Georgia (+ 1289) Icons of the Mother of God: Lydda - "Not-Made-by-Hand" (on a Pillar) Icon (1st C)
Translation of the relics of Saint Nicephoros, Patriarch of Constantinople (846) Hieromartyr Puplios, Bishop of Athens (2nd C) Martyr Sabinos of Egypt (+ 287) Martyr Africanus, Publius and Terence of Carthage (3rd C) Martyr Alexander of Macedonia (+ c. 305-311) Martyr Christina of Persia (4th C) Venerable Aninos the Presbyter of the Euphrates Icons of the Mother of God: Moldova Icon
Saint Sophronius, Patriarch of Jerusalem (+ 638-644) Saint Euthymius, Archbishop of Novgorod (+ 1458) Venerable Sophronius, Recluse of the Kievan Caves, far caves (13th C) Hieromartyr Pionios of Smyrna and those with him: Asclepiades, Macedonia, Linus and Sabina (+ 250) Translation of the relics of Martyr Epimachos of Pelusium Saint Sophronius, Bishop of Brachansk, Bulgaria (+ 1813) Venerable George of Mt Sinai (6th C) John Moskhos (+ 622)
Martyrs Agapios and the 7 Martyrs: Puplios, Timolaus, Romilos, Alexander, Alexander, Dionysios, Dionysios (+ 303) Hieromartyr Alexander, Presbyter in Sidon, Pamphylia (+c.270-275) Martyr Nicander of Egypt (+c.302) Martyr Manuel of Crete (+1792) Venerable Nicander of Gorodnoezersk (16th C) Saint Hebarestes the Steward Venerable Disciple Nicander
Martyrs Sabinas of Egypt (+ 287) Martyr Papas of Lyconia (+c.305-311) Apostles of the 70: Aristoboulus, Bishop of Britain (1st C) Hieromartyr Alexander, Pope of Rome (+119) Martyr Julian of Anazarbus (+c.305-311) Hieromartyrs Trophymos and Thalos, Presbyters of Laodicia (+c.300) Venerable Christodoulos the Wonderworker (+1111) Martyrs Romanus and Parius 10 Martyrs in Phoenicia Monk John in Ruthianak Saints Emelian, Paul and Dionysius Venerable Patricius (+ 567) Venerable Pimen of Salossa, Enlightener of the Lezginians, and his co-worker Antonios Meskhos of Georgia (13th C) Saint Serapion, Archbishop of Novgorod (+1516)
Martyrs Chrysanthus and Daria, and those with them at Rome: Claudius the Tribune with his wife Hilaria, and their sons Jason and Maurus, and Didorus the Presbyter and Marianus the Deacon (+ 283) Martyrs Innocent of Komel'sk and Vologda, disciple of St Nil of Sora (+ 1521) Martyr Pancharios at Nicomedia (+ c. 302) Saints Cromites and Martyrios Martyr Dimitri of Tornada (+ 1564) Icons of the Mother of God: "Tenderness" Icon of Smolensk (1103)
Holy Fathers slain at the Monastery of Saint Sabbas: Venerable John, Sergius, Patrick and others (+ 796) Venerable Evphrosynius of Sinozersk, Novgorod (+ 1612) Martyr Photina (Fatima, Svetlana) the Samaritan Woman and her sons: Martyrs Victor named Photinos, and Josiah with Anatolia, Photo, Photida, Paraskeva, Kyriakia, Domnina and Sebastian (+ c. 66) Virginmartyrs Alexandra, Claudia, Euphrasia, Matrona, Juliania, Euthymia and Theodosia of Amisus (+ 310) Saint Nicetas the Confessor, Archbishop of Apollonias in Bithynia (+ c. 813-820) Martyr Myron of Crete (+ 1793) Martyrs Rodion, Aquila the Eparch, Lollion the Elder, and Maria Saint Iconias, Presbyter of Smyrna Venerable Vissarion Saint Germanos Saint Maximus
H-mar. Basil, Presb. of Ancyra (+ c.362-363) Martyr Drosida, daughter of Emperor Trajan, and with her the Virginmartyrs Aglaida, Apollinaria, Daria, Mamthusa, Taisia (+c.104-117) Venerable Isaac, Founder of the Dalmatian Monastery at Constantinople (4th C) Martyrs Callinica and Basilissa (+c.252) Martyr Basil of Mangazia (+1602) Monkmartyr Euthymius of Podromou, Mt Athos (+ 1814) Martyr Mamant of Lungisia
Martyr Nikon, and the 199 Disciples with him in Sicily (+251) Venerable Nikon, Abbot of the Kievan Caves (+1088) Martyrs Philetos the Senator, his wife Lydia, their sons Macedonos and Theoprepios with Chronides the Notary and Amphilochius the Captain in Illyria (+c.117-138) Venerable Pachomius of Nerekhtsk (+1384) Saint Vassian, Archbishop of Rostov (+1481) Righteous Basil of Mangazea in Siberia (+ 1600) Monk George at Dyippa Monk Eusebios Monkmartyr Luke of St Anne Skete, Mt Athos (+ 1812)
Pre-Feast of Annunciation to Most Holy Mother of God Saint Artemon, Bishop of Seleucia (1st-2nd C) Venerable Zachariah the Recluse Hieromartyr Parthenios, Patriarch of Constantinople (+ 1657) Venerable Zachariah, the Faster of the Kievan Caves, far caves (13th-15th C) Martyrs Stephen and Peter of Kazan (+1552) Saint James the Confessor, Bishop of Catania (+c.802-811) Icons of the Mother of God: "The Clouded Mount" Icon
Leave-taking of Feast of Annunciation. Synaxis of Archangel Gabriel. Hieromartyr Irenaeus, Bishop of Sirmium in Hungary (+ 304). 26 Martyrs Presbyters Bathusius and Vercus, Monk Aprila, and Laypeople: Avius, Agnus, Reas, Hegathrax, Iscoeus, Silas, Sigicius, Sonirilus, Suimulius, Thermus, Phillus (Phiglus), Constans, Prince Agathon, and the womenmartyrs: Anna, Alla, Larissa, Moiko, Mamika, Virko, Animaisa (Animaida), with Gaatha and Duclida Princesses, all in the Crimea (+ c. 375)Venerable Malchos of Syria (4th C)Venerable Basil the New (+ c. 944)Hieromartyr Eusebius, Bishop of Cibalium (+ c. 257-258)Martyrs Pullius the Reader (+ 304), Quadratus and 40 MartyrsMartyr Stephanos Xulipites, the WoodworkerSaint Abraham of LatriumIcons of the Mother of God:Meletineia Icon