Martyr Isidore of Chios (251). Martyr Maximus, under
Decius (250). St. Serapion the Sindonite, monk of Egypt (5th c.). St.
Aprunculus, first bishop of Langres, later of Clermont (ca. 488).
Hieromartyr Therapontus, bishop of Cyprus (632). St. Nicetas, recluse
of the Kiev Caves, bishop of Novgorod (1108). St. Leontius,
patriarch of Jerusalem (1184). St. Isidore, fool-for-Christ,
wonderworker of Rostov (1474). New Martyr Mark of Crete, at
Smyrna (1643). New Martyr Raiko-John of Shumena, Bulgaria
(1802). St. Andrew, abbot of Raphael (Tobolsk) (1820). Uncovering
of the relics (1846) of St. Tikhon, bishop of Voronezh,
wonderworker of Zadonsk (1783). New Hiero-confessor Matthew,
hieromonk of Yaransk (1927). (Gr. Cal.: Sts. Alexander, Barbarus,
and Acolythus, martyred at the Church of Holy Peace by the Sea in
Commemoration of the martyrdom by the Poles of Abbot
Anthony with 40 monks and 1,000 laymen of the St. Paisius of
Uglich Monastery, and Abbot Daniel with 30 monks and 200 laymen of
the St. Nicholas Monastery (Kostroma) (1609).
Wine and oil allowed