Holy Wonderworkers and Unmercenaries Cyrus and John, and Martyrs Athanasia and her daughters Theoctista, Theodota, and Eudoxia, at Canopus in Egypt (311). St. Nicetas, recluse of the Kiev Caves, bishop of Novgorod (1108).
Martyrs Victorinus, Victor, Nicephorus, Claudius, Diodorus, Serapion, and Papias, at Corinth (251). Martyr Tryphaenes, at Cyzicus (1st c.).
St. Marcella of Rome (410). St. Athanasius, bishop of Methone (ca. 880). New Monk-martyr Elias (Ardunis), of Mt. Athos and Kalamata (1686). St. Arsenius the New, of Paros (1877).
Repose of Eugene Poselyanin (Pogozhev), spiritual writer (1931), Elder Codratus of Karakallou, Mt. Athos (1940), and Hieroschemamonk Stephen (Ignatenko) of Kislovodsk (1973).
Thursday. [Jude 1:11–25; Luke 23:1–34,
Woe, proclaims the Holy Apostle Jude, to them who
conduct themselves temptingly in society, who without fear
fatten themselves at feasts, who foam out their own shame,
walk after their own lusts, speak great swelling words and
separate themselves from the unity of the faith. Woe! For
behold, the Lord will come with ten thousands of His holy
angels, to execute judgement upon all, and to expose all
that are ungodly in all their ungodly deeds which their
ungodliness has committed (cf. Jude 1:11–19).