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Monday, August 29, 2022 (August 16, 2022 by the Julian calendar)
12th Week after Pentecost, Tone two
Afterfeast of the Dormition.
[.:] Translation of the Image Not-Made-By-Hands of our Lord Jesus Christ from Edessa to Constantinople (944).
Martyr Diomedes the Physician of Tarsus in Cilicia (298).
33 Martyrs of Palestine.
New Hieromartyr Stephen priest (1918).
New Hieromartyr Alexander priest, Virgin Martyr Anna and Martyr Jacob (1937).
St. Cherimon (Chaeremon) of Egypt (4th c.).
Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos of St. Theodore ("Feodorovskaya") (1239).
St. Joachim, monk, of Osogovo and Sarandapor (11th c.).
New Martyr Nicodemus of Meteora (1551) (Greek).
New Martyr Stamatius of Volos, Thessaly (1680) (Greek).
St. Anthony the Stylite of Martq'ophi, Georgia (6th c.) (Georgia).
New Martyrs King Constantine Brancoveanu of Wallachia and his four sons Constantine, Stephen, Radu, and Matthew, and his counsellor Ianache (1714) (Romania).
St. Gerasimus the New Ascetic of Cephalonia (Mt. Athos) (1579) (Greek).
St. Nilus, brother of Emperor Theodore Laskaris, who rebuilt the monastery of the Mother of God at Epirus (Greek).
St. Timothy of Chalcedon, archbishop, founder of the monastery of Pendeli (Greek).
Great New Martyr Apostolos of the town of St. Laurence, martyred in Constantinople (1686) (Greek).
Translation of the relics of Martyrs Seraphim, Dorotheus, James, Demetrius, Basil and Sarantis of Megaris (Greek).
St. Raphael of Banat, Serbia (17th c.) (Serbia).
St. Roman the Sinaite of Djunisa, Serbia (14th c.) (Serbia).
St. Eustathius II, archbishop of Serbia (1309) (Serbia).
New Hieromartyrs priest Vladimir and his brother Boris (1931).
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