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Monday, July 21, 2008 (July 8, 2008 by the Julian calendar)
6th Week after Pentecost, Tone four

+ Appearance of the "Kazan" Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos (1579). [.:] Holy Great-martyr Procopius of Caesarea in Palestine (303). St. Procopius, fool-for-Christ, wonderworker of Ustiug (Vologda) (1303). Righteous Procopius, fool-for-Christ of Usya (Vologda) (17th c.). St. Theophilus the Myrrh-gusher of Pantocrator Monastery, Mt. Athos (1548) (Greek). New Martyr Anastasius at Constantinople (1743) (Greek). Miracle of the Annunciation Icon of the Mother of God at Ustiug (1290). Reverence list of an "Kazan" Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos: at Moscow (1612), Kazan (1579) and Petersburg (1721); "Iaroslav" (1588), "Viazniky" (1624), "Nizhnelomov" (1543), "Tobolsk" (1661), "Kaplunovka" (1689), "Tambov" (1695), "Vysochinovsky" (18th c.), "Vyshensky" (1812). Martyrs Epictetus and Astion at Halmyris in Scythia Minor (290) (Romania). Blessed King Edgar the Peaceable (975) (Celtic & British). Martyr Theodosia, mother of Great-martyr Procopius. (Greek). Martyr Mirdat the King of Kartli, Georgia (410). Hieromartyr Kilian, Irish missionary bishop to the Franks, who suffered at Wurzburg (689). Translation of the relics (1779) of St. Demetrius Basarbov of Bulgaria (1685). Synaxis of Saints of Diveyevo: Alexandra, Martha, and Helen.

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