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St. George

St. George

May 6, 2009 (all day)

Third Week of Pascha. Tone two. Fast. Fish Allowed Holy Glorious Great-martyr, Victory-bearer and Wonderworker George (303). New Hieromartyr Priest Egor (George) of Spas Chekriak village, Russia (1918). New Hieromartyr John priest (1940). New Hieromartyr Priest Sergius Zacharczuk of Nabroz (Chelm and Podlasie, Poland) (1943). Martyr Alexandra the Empress, wife of Diocletian (303). Martyrs Anatolius and Protoleon, soldiers converted by witnessing the martyrdom of St. George. Martyrs Glycerius, Athanasius the Magician, Valerius, and Donatus at Nicomedia. Martyr Therinus of Bothrotus in Epirus (250). New Martyr George of Ptolomais (1752). New Martyr Lazarus of Bulgaria, who suffered at Pergamus (1802). Blessed George of Shenkursk, fool-for-Christ (1462). The Scripture Readings Luke 12:2-12 Matins, Gospel Acts 8:18-25 John 6:35-39 Acts 12:1-11 St. George John 15:17-16:2 St. George HIDE TROPARION Holy & Glorious Great-Martyr, Wonder-Worker & Trophy-bearer George, Troparion, Tone IV — With faith thou didst fight the good fight, O athlete of Christ, didst denounce the ungodli­ness of the tyrants and didst offer thyself to God as a right acceptable sacrifice. Wherefore, thou hast received a crown of victory, O holy one, and by thy supplications dost bestow the forgive­ness of transgressions upon all. After the blessing of the loaves, this troparion in Tone IV — As a liberator of captives,/ a helper of the poor,/ and a physician of the infirm,/ O champion of kings, victorious great martyr George,// entreat Christ God, that our souls be saved. Kontakion, Tone IV, "Having been lifted up..." — Having been cultivated by God, thou didst show thyself to be/ a most honor­able husbandman of piety,/ gathering to thyself the sheaves of the virtues;/ for, having sown in tears, thou reapest in gladness,/ and having suffered in the shed­ding of thy blood, thou hast received Christ./ And by thy supplications, O holy one,// thou grantest forgiveness of transgressions unto all.

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