Appearance of the Kazan Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos (1579). Great-martyr Procopius of Caesarea in Palestine, and with him Martyrs Theodosia (his mother), tribunes Antiochus and Nicostratus, and twelve women of senatorial rank (303). St. Procopius, fool-for-Christ, wonderworker of Ustiug (Vologda) (1303).
Righteous Procopius, fool-for-Christ, of Ustya (Vologda) (ca. 1600).
Icons of the Most Holy Theotokos: weeping “Umileniye” (“Of Tender Feeling”) of Novgorod, and “Peschanskaya.” (1754)
Hieromartyr Epictetus, priest, and Monk-martyr Astion, at Halmyris in Scythia Minor (Romania) (290). Martyr Mirdat, King of Kartli, Georgia (410). Blessed King Edgar the Peaceable, of England (975). Martyrs Virgin Sunniva and companions, on Selje Island (Norway) (10th c.). St. Theophilus the Myrrh-gusher, of Pantocrator Monastery, Mt. Athos (1548). New Hieromartyr Anastasius, priest, of Constantinople (1743). Translation of the relics of St. Demetrius of Basarabov, Bulgaria, to Bucharest (1774).
Slaying of Anastasia Strogilos on the Mount of Olives (1995).