The 14,000 Infants (Holy Innocents) slain by Herod at Bethlehem (1st c.). St. Marcellus, abbot, of the Monastery of the Unsleeping Ones, Constantinople (485). St. Basiliscus of Turinsk (Siberia) (1824).
St. Thaddeus, confessor, of the Studion (818). St. Mark the Grave-digger, of the Kiev Caves (11th c.). Sts. Theophilus and John, of the Kiev Caves (11th-12th c.). St. Theophilus, abbot, of Luga and Omutch (Pskov), disciple of St. Arsenius of Konevits (ca. 1412). St. Lawrence of Chernigov (1950). St. Job (Knyaginitsky), founder of Manyava Skete (Ukraine) (1621).
St. Trophimus, first bishop of Arles (3rd c.). St. Benjamin, monk, of Nitria in Egypt (392). St. Athenodorus, disciple of St. Pachomius the Great (4th c.). St. Evroult (Ebrulf ), abbot, of Ouche in Normandy (596). St. George, bishop of Nicomedia (9th c.).
Commemoration of all Orthodox Christians who have died from hunger, thirst, the sword, and freezing.