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    1st Sunday of Pentecost and Feast of All Saints. Preparation for the St. Apostles Fast.
    8:30 Confession
    9:00 Matins and Divine Liturgy
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    2nd Sunday after Holy Pentecost Synaxis of All Russian Saints
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    9:00 Matins and Divine Liturgy

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Menology

Tuesday June 18, 2019 / June 5, 2019

Third Day of the Holy Trinity. Tone seven.
Fast-free Week. Fast-free

Hieromartyr Dorotheos, bishop of Tyre (361).
New Hieromartyr Michael priest (1931).
New Hieromartyr Nicholas priest (1943).
Translation of the relics of the Blessed Igor-George, tonsured Gabriel, great prince of Chernigov and Kiev (1150) to Chernigov.
Blessed Constantine, metropolitan of Kiev (1159).
Repose of St. Theodore Yaroslavich (1233), brother of St. Alexander Nevsky.
Finding of the relics (1599) of Venerables Jonah (1561) and Bassian, monks, of Petroma (Solovki).
Martyrs Marcian, Nicander, Hyperechius, Apollonius, Leonides, Arius, Gorgias, Selenias, Irenaeus, and Pambo, of Egypt (305-311).
Venerable Theodore the Wonderworker, hermit of the Jordan (583).
Venerable Anubius, confessor and anchorite of Egypt (5th c.).
Venerable Abba Dorotheos of Palestine (620).
"Igor" Icon of the Mother of God (1147).
Venerable Peter, monk, of Korisha, Serbia (1275) (Serbia).
New Martyr Mark of Smyrna, who suffered in Chios (1801) (Greek).
St. Illidius (Allyre), bishop of Clermont (385) (Gaul).
Hieromartyr Boniface (Wynfrith) of Crediton, England, archbishop of Mainz (Germany) (754) (Celtic & British).
Martyr Christopher of Rome (Greek).
Martyr Conon of Rome (Greek).
St. Dorotheus, abbot at Chiliokama on the Black Sea (11th c.).
Sts. Agapius and Nicodemus, stewards of Vatopedi (14th c.).

The Scripture Readings

Romans 1:1-7, 13-17
Matthew 4:25-5:13

Troparion

Holy Hieromartyr Dorotheas, Bishop of Tyre, Troparion, Tone IV —
As thou didst share in the ways of the apostles/ and didst occupy their throne,/ thou didst find thine activity to be a passage to divine vision,/ O divinely inspired one./ Wherefore, ordering the word of truth,/ thou didst suffer for the Faith even to the shedding of thy blood.// O hieromartyr Dorotheas, entreat Christ God, that our souls be saved.

Kontakion, Tone V —
Resplendent with virtues brighter than the sun/ and with thy sufferings, O blessed Dorotheus,/ thou didst shine forth and illumine the land,/ dispelling the darkness of polytheism and vile heresy./ Wherefore, we celebrate thy mem­ory with splendor.