Commemoration of the Miracle of the Weeping Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos “Of the Sign” at Novgorod (1170). Great-martyr James the Persian (421). St. Palladius of Thessalonica (6th c.-7th c.). Uncovering of the relics of St. Vsevolod (in baptism Gabriel), prince and wonderworker of Pskov (1192). St. James, bishop and wonderworker of Rostov (1392). St. Andrew Ogorodnikov, fool-for-Christ, of Simbirsk (1841). Synaxis of the New Martyrs and Confessors of Radonezh.
17 Monk-martyrs in India (4th c.). St. Romanus the Wonderworker, of Cilicia, near Antioch (5th c.). St. Diodorus, founder of Yeriegorsk Monastery (Solovki) (1633).
New Hieromartyrs Nicholas (Dobronravov), archbishop of Vladimir, Nikon (Belyaev), archimandrite, of the Staro- Golutvin Monastery (Kolomna), Ioasaph (Boyev), archimandrite, of Nikolskoye Monastery (Moscow), Nicholas (Saltykov), hieromonk of the St. Nicholas-Peshnosha Monastery (Moscow), and Apollos (Fedoseyev), hieromonk, of Moscow (1937). New Hieromartyr Cronides, archimandrite, and with him Seraphim (Krestianinov), abbot, and Xenophont (Bondarenko), hieromonk, all of St. Sergius Lavra (1937).
Icons of the Most Holy Theotokos “Of the Sign”: “Kursk Root” (1295) “Of Abalak” (1637), “Of Tsarskoe Selo,” and “Of Seraphimo-Ponetaev.” (1879)
St. Pinuphrius of Egypt (4th c.). St. Palladius, bishop of Elenopolis, author of The Lausaic History (ca. 430). St. Maximus of Riez (ca. 460). St. Nathaniel of Nitria (6th c.). St. Virgil, bishop of Salzburg, Irish missionary (784).
Repose of Hieromonk Athanasius of Iveron, Mt. Athos (1973).