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Sunday, May 6, 1832 (April 24, 1832 by the Julian calendar)
3-rd Sunday of Pascha, The Myrrh-bearing Women, Tone two
Sts. Myrrh-Bearing Women, righteous Joseph of Arimathea and Nicodemus (celebration on the 3rd Sunday of Pascha).
Right-believing Tamara, Queen of Georgia (movable holiday on the Sunday of Myrrh-Bearing Women).
Martyr Sabbas Stratelates ("the General") of Rome, and 70 soldiers with him (272).
Sts. Sabbas (13th c.) and Alexius the Hermit of the Kiev Caves.
Martyrs Pasicrates, Valentine and Julius in Moesia (Bulgaria) (228).
Martyrs Eusebius, Neon, Leontius, Longinus, and others at Nicomedia (303).
St. Thomas the Fool of Syria (550).
St. Elizabeth the Wonderworker of Constantinople (540).
Saint Luke, Tailor of Mytilene (1564).
New Martyr Nicholas of Magnesia (1795).
"Molchensk" Icon (1405) of the Mother of God.
Martyr Alexander of Lyons (177) (Gaul).
St. Elias (Iorest) (1678) and St. Sava (Brancovici) (1683), metropolitans of Ardeal, confessors against the Calvinists (Transylvania).
St. Joseph the Confessor, bishop of Maramures (1711) (Romania).
St. Wilfrid, archbishop of York (709) (Celtic & British).
St. Egbert, bishop of Iona (729) (Celtic & British).
New Martyr Doukas of Mitylene (1564) (Greek).
St. Innocent, presbyter on the Mount of Olives (4th c.).
St. Xenophon, founder of the monastery of St. George (Xenophontos) on Mt. Athos (1018).
New Martyr George in Anatolia (1796).
St. Alexis Toth, priest of Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania (1909).
Hieromartyr Branko of Veljusa, Serbia (1941).
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