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Friday, October 17, 1873 (October 5, 1873 by the Julian calendar)
19th Week after Pentecost, Tone one
Martyr Charitina of Amisus (304).
[.:] Sts. Peter (1326), Alexis (1378), Jonah (1461), Macarius (1563), Philip (1569), Hermogenes (Germogen) (1612), Philaret (1867), Innocent (Veniaminov) (1879), and Tikhon (1925), metropolitans of Moscow.
Venarable Gabriel confessor (1959).
St. Damian the Healer (1071), and Sts. Jeremiah (1070) and Matthew (1085), clairvoyants of the Kiev Caves.
St. Charitina, princess of Lithuania (1281).
Hieromartyr Dionysius, bishop of Alexandria (265).
Martyr Mamelta (Mamelchtha) of Persia (344).
St. Gregory (Grigol) the Archimandrite of Khandzta in Klarjeti, Georgia (861) (Georgia).
Synaxis of holy fellow-strugglers of St. Gregory of Khandzta in the Klarjeti desert (9th c.).
St. Cosmas, abbot in Bithynia (10th c.).
Uncovering of the relics (1841) of St. Eudocimus the Unknown, monk of Vatopedi, Mt. Athos (Greek).
St. Methodia of Cimola (1908) (Greek).
St. John (Mavropos), metropolitan of Euchaita (1100).
St. Sabbas of Vatopedi, Mt. Athos (1350).
St. Varlaam, desert-dweller of Chikoysk (1846).
Uncovering of the relics of New Hieromartyr Bishop Basil of Kineshma (1945).
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