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Thursday, October 23, 2014 (October 10, 2014 by the Julian calendar)
20th Week after Pentecost, Tone two
Martyrs Eulampius and Eulampia at Nicomedia and 200 Martyrs with them (296).
St. Ambrose of Optina (1891).
+ Synaxis of the Saints of Optina: Leo (1841), Macarius (1894), Moses (1862), Anthony (1865), Hilarion (1873), Ambrose (1891), Anatolius (1894), Isaacius (1894), Joseph (1911), Barsanuphius (1913), Anatolius (1922), Nectarius (1928), Nicon (1931), and Isaacius (1936).
Saint Amphylochius, Bishop of Vladimir-Volyn (1122).
Synaxis of the seven Saints of Volhynia: Sts. Stephen and Amphilocius (1122), bishops of Vladimir in Volhynia; St. Theodore (in monasticism Theodosius), prince of Ostrog (1483); St. Juliana Olshanskaya (1540); St. Job of Pochaev (1651); Hieromartyr Macarius, archimandrite of Kanev (1678); and St. Yaropolk-Peter, prince of Vladimir in Volhynia (1086).
Blessed Andrew of Totma, fool-for-Christ (1637).
Martyr Theotecnus of Antioch (4th c.).
St. Bassian of Constantinople (ca. 458).
St. Theophilus the Confessor of Bulgaria (716).
Martyrdom of the 26 Martyrs of Zographou Monastery on Mt. Athos by the Latins: Abbot Thomas, monks Barsanuphius, Cyril, Micah, Simon, Hilarion, Job, James, Cyprian, Sabbas, James, Martinian, Cosmas, Sergius, Paul, Menas, Ioasaph, Ioannicius, Anthony, Euthymius, Dometian, Parthenius, and four laymen (1284).
St. Paulinus, archbishop of York (644) (Celtic & British).
New Hieromartyr Theodore (Pozdeev) archbishop of Volokolamsk.
St. Pinytus, bishop of Knossos in Crete (2nd. c.).
St. Innocent, bishop of Penza (1819).
Zographou Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos "Of the Akathist".
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