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Friday, September 12, 2008 (August 30, 2008 by the Julian calendar)
13th Week after Pentecost, Tone three
Sts. Alexander (340), John (595), and Paul the New (784), patriarchs of Constantinople.
Repose of St. Alexander, abbot of Svir (1533).
+ Translation of the relics (1724) of St. Alexander Nevsky (1263).
Uncovering of the relics of St. Daniel, prince of Moscow (1652).
New Hieromartyr Peter priest (1918).
New Hieromartyr Paul priest and Virgin-martyr Elizaveta and Martyr Theodore (1937).
New Hieromartyr Ignatius (1938).
Hiero-confessor Archpriest Peter Cheltsov of Smolensk (1972).
St. Christopher of Palestine (6th c.).
St. Fantinus of Calabria (9th c.).
Synaxis of the Serbian Hierarchs: Sts. Sava I (1235), Arsenius (1266), Sava II (1271), Eustathius I (1285), James (1292), Nicodemus (1325), and Daniel II (1338), archbishops; Sts. Ioannicius II (1354), Spyridon (1388), Ephraim II (1395), Cyril (1419), Nicon (ca. 1439), Macarius (1574), Gabriel I (1659), patriarchs; and St. Gregory (1012), bishop.
St. Bryaene of Nisibis (318).
St. Eulalius, bishop of Caesarea (4th c.).
Sixteen Monk-martyrs of Thebes (Greek).
Six Martyrs of Melitene (Greek).
St. Sarmata of The Paradise (Greek).
St. Fiacrius of Brogillum (670) (Gaul).
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