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June 19 (Eastern Orthodox liturgics)

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All fixed commemorations below celebrated on July 2 by Old Calendarists

Saints

  • Holy Apostle Jude, the brother of the Lord (80)
  • Venerable Paisios the Great of Egypt (5th century)
  • Martyr Zosimas the Soldier at Antioch in Pisidia (2nd century)
  • Saint Paisios the Great (5th century)
  • Saint John the Solitary of Jerusalem (6th century)
  • Saint Zeno of Egypt, hermit
  • Saint Barlaam of Shenkursk, monk (1462)
  • Holy Myrrh-bearer Mary, mother of the Apostle James
  • Russian New Martyr Parthenius, bishop (1937)
  • Hieromartyr Asyncretus, martyred at the Church of the Holy Peace by the sea in Constnantinople
  • Saint John, Archbishop of Shanghai and San Francisco (1966) In ROCOR St. John's feast is celebrated on the nearest Saturday to June 19 OS (July 2 NS) if it does not already fall on a Saturday or Sunday. It is celebrated on July 2 NS in churches that use the New Style, not June 19.
  • Other commemorations

  • Repose of Blessed Leonty of Chile, archbishop (1971)
  • References

    June 19 (Eastern Orthodox liturgics) Wikipedia


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