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Monday, November 3, 2014 (October 21, 2014 by the Julian calendar)
22nd Week after Pentecost, Tone four
[.:] St. Hilarion the Great of Palestine (371).
[.:] Translation of the relics (1206) of St. Hilarion, bishop of Meglin, Bulgaria (1164).
New Hieromartyrs Paulinus bisop of Mogilev, Arkadius bishop of Ekaterinburg and with them Anatolius and Nicander priests and Martyr Cyprian (1937).
New Hieromartyr Damian bishop of Kursk (1937).
New Hieromartyrs Constantine, Sergius, Basil, Theodore, Vladimir, Nicolos, John, Basil, Alexander, Demetrius and Alexis priests, Sergius and John deacons and Martyr Sophronius (1937).
New Woman-Hieromartyr Pelagia (1944).
Saint Hilarion, Metropolitan of Kiev (16th C).
St. Hilarion of the Kiev Caves (1067).
St. Hilarion, abbot, of Pskov (1476)..
Sts. Theophilus and James, abbots of Omutch on Pskov Lake (1412).
Martyrs Dasius, Gaius, and Zoticus at Nicomedia (303).
St. Philotheus of Neapolis and Mt. Athos (14th c.) (Greek).
Martyr John of Peloponnesus (1773) (Greek).
Sts. Bessarion (Sarai), hieromonk (1745), and Sophronius of Ciorara, monk (ca. 1765), confessors, and St. Oprea of Salistie, martyred by the Latins in Romania (Romania).
Priest-Confessors John of Gales, and Moses (Macinic) of Sibiel (18th c.) (Transylvania).
Hieromartyr Priest Socrates and Martyr Theodote of Ancyra (230) (Greek).
Translation of the relics of St. Christodulus the Wonderworker of Patmos (1093) (Greek).
New Hieromartyr Alexis (Buj) bishop of Urazovsk.
Martyr Ursula of Cologne and her companions (383).
New Hieromartyr Paulinus (Kroshechkin), archbishop of Mogilev (1937).
St. Fintan Munnu of Teachmunnu (635) (Celtic & British).
St. Malathgeny of Cluain-Edneach (767) (Celtic & British).
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