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April 18

April 18

May 1, 2009 (all day)

Second Week of Pascha. Tone one. Fast. Fish Allowed Venerable John, disciple of St. Gregory of Decapolis (820). New Hieromartyr Bessarion priest (1918). New Hieromartyrs Priests Nicholas (1937) and Basil (Derzhavin) (1930) and lay people of the city of Gorodets, Nizhni-Novgorod. Virgin-martyr Tamara (1942). Martyrs Victor, Zoticus, Zeno, Acindynus, and Severian of Nicomedia (ca. 303). Venerable Cosmas, bishop of Chalcedon, and his fellow-ascetic Venerable Auxentius (815-820). New Martyr John Yaninsky (1526). "Maximov" Icon of the Mother of God (1299). Venerable Euthymius the Enlightener of Karelia (1435), and Venerables Anthony and Felix of St. Nicholas Monastery in Karelia. New Martyr John the New of Epirus (1526) (Greek). Monks John and Athanasius of Aegina (Greek). St. Naucratius, abbot of the Studion (848). St. Athanasia the Wonderworker of Aegina (9th c.). St. Basil Ratishvili of the Holy Mountain, Georgia (13th c.). Martyr Sabbas the Goth (372). The Scripture Readings Acts 5:1-11 John 5:30-6:2

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