St. Martinian, monk of Caesarea in Palestine (422),
and Sts. Zoe of Bethlehem and the virgin Photina (both 5th c.). St.
Timothy, archbishop of Alexandria (385). St. Castor of Karden,
hieromonk and missionary (Germany) (ca. 400). St. Modomnoc,
bishop of Ossory (Ireland) (6th c.). St. Eulogius, patriarch of Alexandria
(ca. 607). St. Symeon the Myrrh-gusher, prince of Serbia (1200).
St. Joseph, abbot of Volokolamsk (Volotsk) (1515). New
Hieromartyr Sylvester, archbishop of Omsk (1920). (Gr. Cal.: Apostle
Aquila of the Seventy, and St. Priscilla [1st c.].)
Repose of Archbishop
George (Konissky) of Belorussia (1795), Abbess Seraphima of
Sezenovo (1877), Archbishop Seraphim (Sobolev) of Bogucharsk, Bulgaria
(1950), and Priest Marcu Dumitrescu of Romania (1999).
I Cor. 10:23-28
Luke 21:8-9, 25-27, 33-36
Commemoration of the Dead
I Thess. 4:13-17
From the Synaxarion: “On this day
the divine Fathers ordained a memorial
for all those who have fallen
asleep in piety since the ages.”