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Friday, March 16, 1832 (March 4, 1832 by the Julian calendar)
2nd Week of the Great Lent, Tone five
St. Gerasimus of the Jordan (475).
St. Daniel, prince of Moscow (1303).
St. Gerasimus, monk, of Vologda (1178).
Saints of Pskov martyred by the Latins: St. Ioasaph of Snetogorsk Monastery and St. Basil of Mirozh Monastery (1299).
Blessed Basil (Basilko), prince of Rostov (1238).
Basil of Mirozh Monasteries (1299).
Martyrs Paul, his sister Juliana, and Quadratus, Acacius, and Stratonicus, at Ptolemais in Syria (273).
St. James the Faster of Phoenicia (Syria) (6th c.).
Martyr Wenceslaus, prince of the Czechs (935).
St. Gregory, bishop of Constantia in Cyprus.
St. Gregory, bishop of Assos near Ephesus (1150).
Martyr Wenceslaus, prince of the Czechs (932).
New Hieromartyrs Archpriest Dimitry Ivanov of Kiev (1933) and Priest Vyacheslav (Leontiev) of Nizhegorod (1937).
St. Julian, patriarch of Alexandria (189).
St. Peter (Michurin), youth of Tobolsk (Siberia) (1820).
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