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Thursday, May 26, 2067 (May 13, 2067 by the Julian calendar)
7th Week after Pascha, Tone six
Venerable David of the Gareji Monastery, Georgia (6th-7th c.) (movable holiday on the Thursday of Holy Ascension).
Virgin-martyr Glyceria at Heraclea (141) and with her Martyr Laodicius, jailer of St. Glyceria.
New Hieromartyrs Basil, Alexander and Christopher, Hieromartyr Macarius and Martyr Sergius (1922).
103 New Hieromartyrs of Cherkassk (20th c.).
Righteous Virgin Glyceria of Novgorod (1522).
Translation of the relics of St. Macarius, archimandrite of Obruch or Kanev (1678).
Martyr Alexander of Rome (298).
St. Pausicacius, bishop of Synnada (606).
St. George the Confessor of Constantinople, with his wife and children (ca. 842).
St. Euthymius the New (1028), founder of Iveron Monastery, and his fellow Georgian saints of Mt. Athos: his father John (998), his cousin George (1066), and Gabriel (10th c.) (Greek).
St. Macarius, abbot of Glushitsa (Vologda) (1478).
St. Servatius, defender against Arianism (Neth.) (384) (Greek).
Commemoration of the monks of Iveron Monastery martyred by the Latins in the 13th century (Greek).
Monkmartyr John of the Iveron Monastery on Mt Athos (Greek).
St. Sergius the Confessor of Constantinople (9th c.) (Greek).
St. Nicephorus, priest of the monastery of Ephapsios (Greek).
Hieromartyr Alexander of Tiverias. (Greek).
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