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Sunday, May 1, 2067 (April 18, 2067 by the Julian calendar)
4-th Sunday of Pascha, The Paralyzed Man, Tone three
Translation of the relics of Martyr Abramius of Bulgaria (1230) (movable holiday on the 4th Sunday of Pascha).
Righteous Tabitha (1st c.) (movable holiday on the 4th Sunday of Pascha).
St. John, disciple of St. Gregory of Decapolis (820).
New Hieromartyr Bessarion priest (1918).
New Hieromartyr Michael confessor, priest (1935).
Martyrs Victor, Zoticus, Zeno, Acindynus, and Severian of Nicomedia (ca. 303).
St. Cosmas, bishop of Chalcedon, and his fellow-ascetic St. Auxentius (815-820).
New Martyr John Yanitsky (1526).
St. Euthymius the Enlightener of Karelia (1435), and Sts. Anthony and Felix of St. Nicholas Monastery in Karelia.
"Maximov" Icon of the Mother of God (1299).
New Martyr John the New of Epirus (1526) (Greek).
Monks John and Athanasius of Aegina (Greek).
New Hieromartyrs Priests Nicholas (1937) and Basil (Derzhavin) (1930) and lay people of the city of Gorodets, Nizhni-Novgorod.
St. Naucratius, abbot of the Studion (848).
St. Athanasia the Wonderworker of Aegina (9th c.).
St. Basil Ratishvili of the Holy Mountain, Georgia (13th c.).
Martyr Sabbas the Goth (372).
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