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Saturday, January 8, 2005 (December 26, 2004 by the Julian calendar)
32nd Week after Pentecost, Tone six
Second Day of the Feast of the Nativity.
[.:] Synaxis of the Most Holy Theotokos.
Hieromartyr Euthymius, bishop of Sardis (840).
New Hieromartyr Isaac II (Bobrikov, the Younger), archimandrite of Optina (1937).
New Hieromartyr Alexander and Demetrius priests (1918).
New Hieromartyrs Leonidas bishop of Mariysk, Alexander priest and Virgin-martyrs Anthisa and Makaria (1937).
New Hieromartyrs Gregory priest and Virgin-martyrs Augusta and Mary, Martyr Agrippina (1938).
St. Constantine, monk, of Synnada (9th c.).
St. Evaristus of the Studion Monastery (825).
New Hieromartyr Constantius the Russian, at Constantinople (1743).
"Vilen-Ostrabramsk", "Three Joys" or "Merciful", " Barlovsk" (1392) or "the Blessed Womb", "Baibuzsk" (1852) Icons of the Mother of God.
St.Nicodemus the Serbian (Serbia).
St. Russian New Martyr, Andrew, bishop of Ufa (1937) and New Martyr, Valentina, (1937).
St. Archelaus, bishop of Kaskhara in Mesopotamia (3rd c.).
St. Zenon, bishop of Maiuma in Palestine (4th c.).
St. Nicodemus of Tismana, Romania (1406).
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