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Friday, May 3, 1867 (April 21, 1867 by the Julian calendar)
"Life- giving Spring" Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos (movable holiday on the Friday of the Bright Week).
Commemoration of the renewal (sanctification) of the Holy Theotokos temple near the Life-giving Spring in Constantinople (5th c.) (movable holiday on the Friday of the Bright Week).
"Pochaev" Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos (movable holiday on the Friday of the Bright Week).
Hieromartyr Januarius, bishop of Benevento, and his companions: Festus, Proclus, and Sosius, deacons; Desiderius, reader; and Eutychius and Acutius, laymen, at Pozzuoli (305).
Hieromartyr Theodore of Perge in Pamphylia, his mother Philippa, and Martyrs Dioscorus, Socrates, and Dionysius (2nd c.).
St. Alexis, priest of Bortsumany, Nizhni-Novgorod (1848).
St. Nicolos confessor, priest (1933).
Martyrs Isaacius, Apollo, and Codratus of Nicomedia (303).
Martyr Alexandra the Empress (303).
St. Maximus (Maximian), patriarch of Constantinople (434).
St. Niphon, bishop of Novgorod (Kiev Caves).
St. Beuno, abbot of Clynnog, England (ca. 640) (Celtic & British).
St. Maelruba of Apur Crossan (722) (Celtic & British).
St. Anastasius of Sinai (beg. of 8th c.).
Uncovering of the relics (1999) of St. Theodore of Sanaxar (1791).
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