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April 17

April 17

April 30, 2009 (all day)

Second Week of Pascha. Tone one. Hieromartyr Simeon, bishop in Persia, and those with him: Martyrs Abdechalas and Ananias presbyters, Usthazanes, Fusicus (Pusicius), Ascitrea, and Azat the Eunuch (341). Venerable Acacius, bishop of Melitene (435). Venerable Zosimas of Solovki (1478). New Hieromartyr John priest (1918). New Hieromartyr Michael confessor, priest (1935). New Hieromartyr Theodore priest (1942). Uncovering of the relics (1641) of Venerable Alexander of Svir (1533). Martyr Adrian of Corinth (151). St. Agapitus, pope of Rome (536). Venerable Macarius of Corinth (1805). St. Paisius, fool-for-Christ of Kiev (1893). St. Ephraim the Great of Matskveri Monastery, Georgia (9th c.). Monk-martyr Donnan of Eigg and those with him (618) (Celtic & British). The Scripture Readings Acts 4:23-31 John 5:24-30

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