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Sunday, June 25, 2017 (June 12, 2017 by the Julian calendar)
4th Sunday after Pentecost, Tone two
Apostles' (Peter & Paul) Fast.
Celebration in Vologda to the venerable fathers of Vologda (movable holiday on the 3rd Sunday of Pentecost).
Synaxis of Saints of Novgorod (movable holiday on the 3rd Sunday of Pentecost).
Synaxis of Saints of Belorussia (movable holiday on the 3rd Sunday of Pentecost): St. Menas, Bishop of Polotsk (1116), St Dionysius bishop Polotsk (1182), Cyril Bishop of Turiv (1183), Lavrenti Bishop of Turiv (1184), Symeon bishop Polotsk (1289); Blessed Great Prince Rostislav (baptize as Michael), of Kiev (1167); Venerable Martyrs Athanasius, Higumen of Brest (1648), Makarius Kabevsky Higumen of Pinsk (1678); Venerable Martin Turovsky (1150), Elise Lavrishevsk (1250); venerable Ephrosinia of Polotsk (1173), Martyr child Gabriel Belostotsky (1690); righteous Juliana princes Olshansky (1550), and Sophia princes Slutsk (1612).
[.:] St. Onuphrius the Great (400).
St. Peter of Mt. Athos (734).
Opening of the relics (1650) of St. Anna of Kashin (1338).
St. Arsenius, abbot of Konevits (1447).
St. Onuphrius, abbot of Malsk (Pskov) (1492).
Sts. Bassian and Jonah, monks, of Petroma (Solovki) (1561).
Sts. Onuphrius and Auxentius, monks, of Vologda (1521).
St. Stephen of Komel, abbot of Ozersk Monastery, Vologda (1542).
Sts. John, Andrew, Heraclemon, and Theophilus, hermits of Egypt (4th c.).
St. John the Soldier of Egypt (6th-7th c.).
St. Onuphrius, abbot of Katrom Monastery (Vologda) (16th c.).
St. Julian of Dagouta at Constantinople (Greek).
New Martyrs Onuphrius, bishop (1938), and with him: Anthony, Barsanuphius and Joseph (1937), and bishop Alexander Kharkovsky.
St. Amphianus, bishop and confessor in Cilicia (310).
St. Olympius, bishop and confessor who suffered in Thrace (4th c.).
St. Timothy the Hermit of Egypt (4th c.).
St. Cunera, virgin-martyr of Rhenen (451) (Neth.).
St. John (Tornicus) of Mt. Athos and Georgia (998).
Finding of the relics (1672) of St. John of Moscow, fool-for-Christ (1589).
Synaxis of All Saints of St. Onuphrius Monastery at Jablechna (Poland).
Miracle-working icons of the Theotokos (14th c.) and St. Onuphrius (14th c.) at St. Onuphrius Monastery (Poland).
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