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April 16

April 16

April 29, 2009 (all day)

Second Week of Pascha. Tone one. Fast. Fish Allowed Virgin-martyrs Agape, Irene, and Chionia in Illyria (304). Martyrs Leonidas, Chariessa, Nice, Galina, Callista (Calisa), Nunechia, Basilissa, Theodora, and Irene of Corinth (250). The Weeping Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos "Ilyin Chernigov" (1658) and "Tambov" Icon (1692). Venerable Theodora-Bassa, princess of Novgorod (1378). Martyr Irene of Greece. New Martyr Michael of Smyrna (1772). Martyrs Felix the bishop, Januarius the priest, Fortunatus and Septimus of Lycaonia (304). St. John, blessed fool-for-Christ's sake of Verkhoturye (1701). St. Fructuosis of Braga in Iberia. Monk-martyr Christopher of Dionysiou, Mt. Athos, who suffered at Adrianople (1818). The Scripture Readings Acts 4:13-22 John 5:17-24

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