|Orthodox Calendar 2018|
Afterfeast of the Dormition. Translation of the Image Not-Made-by-Hands of Our Lord Jesus Christ from Edessa to Constantinople (944). Martyr Diomedes the Physician, of Tarsus in Cilicia (298). 33 Martyrs of Palestine.
St. Chaeremon of Egypt (4th c.).
Icons of the Most Holy Theotokos of St. Theodore (“Feodorovskaya”) of Kostroma (1239), and of Port Arthur (1904).
St. Anthony the Stylite, of Martqopi, Georgia (6th c.). St. Joachim, monk, of Osogovo and Sarandapor (1105). St. Eustathius II, archbishop of Serbia (1309). St. Nilus of Erikoussa (ca. 1335). St. Romanus the Sinaite, of Djunisa, Serbia (14th c.). Monk-martyr Christopher of Guria (Georgia), at Damascus (15th c.). New Martyr Nicodemus of Meteora (1551). St. Gerasimus the New, ascetic of Cephalonia (Mt. Athos) (1579). St. Raphael of Banat, Serbia (ca. 1590). St. Timothy of Euripos, archbishop, founder of the Pendeli Monastery (1590). New Martyr Stamatius of Demetrias, near Volos, at Constantinople (1680). New Great-martyr Apostolus of the town of St. Lawrence, martyred at Constantinople (1686). New Martyrs King Constantine Brancoveanu of Wallachia and his four sons Constantine, Stephen, Radu, and Matthew, and his counsellor Ioannicius (1714). Translation of the relics of Martyrs Seraphim, Dorotheus, James, Demetrius, Basil, and Sarantis, of Megaris (1798). St. Joseph of Varatec Monastery (Romania) (1828).
Repose of Matrona (Popova), in monasticism Maria, disciple of St. Tikhon of Zadonsk (1851).
Thoughts for Each Day of the Year
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