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Sunday, May 3, 1964 (April 20, 1964 by the Julian calendar)
The Bright Resurrection of Christ, The Pascha of the Lord
The End of the Great Lent.
St. Theodore Trichinas ("the Hair-shirt Wearer"), hermit near Constantinople (400).
St. Alexander (Oshevensky), abbot, near Onega Lake (1479).
Child-martyr Gabriel of Slutsk (Poland) (1690).
Sts. Gregory (593) and Anastasius (599), Patriarchs of Antioch.
St. Anastasius, abbot of Sinai (685).
Hieromartyr Anastasius II, patriarch of Antioch (610).
"Cyprus" (392) and "Keepiazh" Icons of the Mother of God.
Sts. Athanasius (1380) and Ioasaph (1423) of Meteora, abbots.
Apostle Zacchaeus, bishop of Caesarea (1st c.).
Sts. Betran and Theotimus I, bishop of Tomis in Scythia Minor (410) (Romania).
St. Caedwalla, king of the West Saxons (689) (Celtic & British).
Blessed Anastasius I (599), patriarch of Antioch.
Translation of the relics (1991) of St. Nicholas (Velimirovich) of Ochrid and Zhicha (1956) from America to Serbia.
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