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Wednesday, November 20, 2019 (November 7, 2019 by the Julian calendar)
23rd Week after Pentecost, Tone five

Holy 33 Martyrs of Melitene: Hieron, Hesychius, Nicander, Athanasius, Manias, Barachius, Callinicus, Theogenes, Nicon, Longinus, Theodore, Valerius, Xanthius, Theodulus, Callimachus, Eugene, Theodochus, Ostrychius, Epiphanius, Maximian, Ducitius, Claudian, Theophilus, Gigantius, Dorotheus, Theodotus, Castrychius, Anicletus, Theomelius, Eutychius, Hilarion, Diodotus, and Amonitus (290). St. Lazarus the Wonderworker of Mt. Galesion near Ephesus (1054). New Hieromartyr Cyril (Smirnov) metropolitan of Kazan (1937). St. Zosimas, abbot of Vorbozoma (1550). Translation of the relics of St. Cyril, abbot of New Lake (Vologda) (1649). Martyr Theodotus of Ancyra (303). Martyrs Melasippus, Cassina, their son Antoninus, and forty children converted by their martyrdom, at Ancyra (363). Martyrs Auctus, Taurion, and Thessalonica at Amphipolis in Macedonia. "Leaping with Joy" (1795) Icon of the Mother of God. St. Willibrord, archbishop of Utrecht, apostle of Frisia (739) (Neth.). St. Illtyd, abbot of Llanilltyd Fawr, disciple of St. Germanus of Auxerre (England) (6th c.) (Celtic & British). Martyr Alexander of Thessalonica [305] (Greek). St. Gregory, brother of St. Gregory the Wonderworker (3rd c.) (Greek). New Martyr Priest Michael Gusev, of Diveyevo (1937). New Hieromartyr Joseph (Petrovykh), metropolitan of Petrograd (1938).

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