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Sunday, November 9, 1873 (October 28, 1873 by the Julian calendar)
23rd Sunday after Pentecost, Tone five
[.:] Great-martyr Parasceva of Iconium (3rd c.).
Martyrs Terence and Neonilla of Syria, and their children Sarbelus, Photus, Theodulus, Hierax, Nitus, Bele, and Eunice (249).
St. Stephen of St. Sabbas monastery, hymnographer (807).
[.:] St. Arsenius of Srem, archbishop of Serbia (1266).
Repose of St. Job of Pochaev (1651).
St. Demetrius, metropolitan of Rostov (1709).
New Hieromartyr John priest (1918).
St. Nestor (not the Chronicler) of the Kiev Caves (14th c.).
Martyrs Africanus, Terence, Maximus, Pompeius, and 36 others, at Carthage (250).
Hieromartyr Cyriacus, patriarch of Jerusalem (363), and his mother Martyr Anna.
St. John the Chozebite, bishop of Caesarea in Palestine (532).
Hieromartyr Neophytus, bishop of Urbnisi, Georgia (587) (Georgia).
New Hieromartyr Archpriest Michael Lektorsky of Kuban (1920).
St. Firmilian, bishop of Caesareain Cappadocia, and St. Malchion, presbyter (269).
St. Febronia, daughter of Emperor Heraclius (632).
St. Arsenius of Cappadocia (1924).
Righteous Virgin Parasceva of Pirimin on the Pinega River (Archangelsk) (16th c.).
New Martyrs Angelis, Manuel, George, and Nicholas of Crete (1824) (Greek).
St. Athanasius I, patriarch of Constantinople (Mt. Athos) (1340) (Greek).
Protection of the Mother of God (Greek).
St. Theophilus, fool-for-Christ of Kiev (1852).
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