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Sunday, June 28, 1964 (June 15, 1964 by the Julian calendar)
1-st Sunday after Pentecost. All Saints, Tone eight

Eve of the Apostles Peter and Paul Fast. Icons of the Mother of God "the Consoler of angry hearts" and "the Unbreakable Wall" (movable holiday on the Sunday of All Saints). + St. Jonah, metropolitan of Moscow (1461). Prophet Amos (8th c. B.C.). Sts. Gregory and Cassian, abbots of Avnezh (Vologda) (1392) (translation of the relics, 1524). Martyrs Vitus, Modestus, and Crescentia at Lucania (303). Martyr Dulas of Cilicia (305-313). St. Dulas the Passion-bearer of Egypt. St. Jerome (Hieronymus) of Stridonium (420). Translation of the relics (9th c.) of St. Theodore the Sykeote (613). Great-martyr Tsar Lazar of Serbia (1389). St. Ephraim, patriarch of Serbia (1400). Blessed Augustine, bishop of Hippo (430), and his mother Monica (387). St. Orsiesius of Tabenna, disciple of St. Pachomius the Great (368-380). Virgin Martyrs Leonis, Libye, and Eutropia, and their mother, who suffered in Palmyra of Syria (305). St. Michael, first metropolitan of Kiev (992). St. Symeon, archbishop of Novgorod (1421). Martyr Isoecus (Romania). St. Abraham, abbot, of Auvergne (477) (Gaul). Apostles Fortunatus, Achaicus, and Stephen (Greek). St. Joseph, monk, of Bethlehem (Greek). St. Cedronus, patriarch of Alexandria (107). Martyr Hesychius the Soldier of Dorostolum and two others in Moesia (302). St. Spyridon, patriarch of Serbia (1388). All New Martyrs of Serbia.

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