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St. Sabinus of Egypt

Hieromartyr Publius, Bishop of Athens (2nd century) (see also January 21 in the West); Martyrs Alexander, Dionysius and Frontonus, the "Basilikoi" (the Emperor's men), in Thessaloniki (c. 305) (see also March 14); Martyr Christina of Persia, scourged to death (4th century); Venerable Euphrasia, in the Thebaid (Thebais); Martyr Abibus of Egypt (Sabinus), at Hermopolis, tied with stones and drowned in a river; Saint Marios (Marius), Bishop of Sebasteia; Venerable martyr Theoktistos, of the Great Lavra of St. Sabbas the Sanctified, reposed in peace (797); Martyrs Africanus, Publius, and Terence, at Carthage (250); Saint Leander of Seville, Bishop of Seville (596); Martyr Ramirus and Companions, at the monastery of St Claudio in Leon in Spain (c. 554 or 630); Saint Mochoemoc (Mochaemhog, Pulcherius, Vulcanius), monk at Bangor in Co. Down under St Comgall, later founded Liath-Mochoemoc (c. 656); Saint Kevoca (Kennotha, Quivoca), a saint honoured in Kyle in Scotland (7th century); Saint Gerald of Mayo, followed St Colman from Lindisfarne to Ireland and became his successor in the English monastery in Mayo (732); Saint Ansovinus, Bishop of Camerino (840); Saint Heldrad (Eldrad, Eldradus), abbot at Novalesa Abbey for thirty years (842); Martyrs Rudericus (Roderick) and Salomon (Solomon), in Córdoba in Spain (857); Saint Ipomoni or Empress Augusta Helen Palaiologos (1450) (see also May 29); New Hieromartyr Nicholas Popov, Priest (1919); New Hieromartyr Gregory Pospelov, Priest (1921); New Hieromartyr Stephen (Bekh), Bishop of Izhevsk (1933); New Hieromartyr Michael Okolovich, Priest (1938); Other Commemorations: Translation of the relics (846) of St. Nicephorus the Confessor, Patriarch of Constantinople (829); Repose of Elder Ephraim of Valaam Monastery (1946); Repose of Bishop Tikhon (Tikhomirov) of Kyrillov (1955).