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Thursday, February 17, 2005 (February 4, 2005 by the Julian calendar)
38th Week after Pentecost, Tone four
St. Isidore of Pelusium, monk (436-440).
St. George, prince of Vladimir (1238).
St. Cyril, abbot, wonderworker of New Lake (Novgorod) (1532).
New Hieromartyr Methodius bishop of Petropavlovsk (1921).
New Hieromartyrs Eustaphius, John, Alexander, Sergius, John, Theodora, Aleksander, Nicolos, Alexis, Nicolos, Alexis, Alexander, Arcadius, Boris, Michael, Nicolos, Alexis, Andrew, Demetrius, John, Peter, Martyr Seraphim, Virgin-martyr Rafaila and Anna, Martyrs John, Basil, Demetrius and Theodore (1938).
St. Abraham and St. Coprius, monks, of Pechenga (Vologda) (15th c.).
Martyrs Jadorus and Isidore who suffered under Decius (249-251).
Hieromartyr Abramius, bishop of Arbela in Assyria (ca. 344-347).
St. Nicholas the Confessor, abbot of the Studion (868).
St. John, of Irenopolis (325).
St. Aldate, hieromartyr of Gloucester, England (6th c.) (Celtic & British).
New Martyr Joseph of Aleppo (1686) (Greek).
Hieromartyr Phileas, bishop of Thmuis and martyr Philoromus the Magistrate (303).
St. Evagrius, fellow-ascetic of St. Shio of Mgvime, Georgia (6th c.) (Georgia).
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