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St Akindynos & Others

November 14
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SS. Akindynos, Pegasius, Aphdonius, Elpidephorus, and Anempodistus, Martyrs, suffered martyrdom for the Faith in Persia under King Sapor II about A.D. 345.

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SS Galaction & Episteme

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SS. Galaction and Episteme, a Christian husband and wife who were converted and baptized during a persecution, after which each retired into a monastery.  They confessed the Faith at Emessa in the reign of Decius, Emperor. SS. Patrobas, Hermias, Linus, … Continue reading

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SS Onesiphorus & Pophryius

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SS. Onesiphorus and Porphyrius, Martyrs.  Porphyrius was of the household of Onesiphorus spoken of by St. Paul in his 2nd Epistle to Timothy (2:16-18).  They preached the Gospel towards the close of the 1st century.  Tradition says they were tied … Continue reading

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SS Menas, Victor, & Vincent

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SS. Menas, Victor, and Vincent, Martyrs, suffered martyrdom A.D. 296. St. Stephenida, Martyr, endured death A.D. 213. Our venerable father, Theodore Studite, Confessor, Hegumen-Abbot. He resisted the Iconoclast Emperor at Constantinople, was banished four times, and ended his days in … Continue reading

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St. John Chrysostom

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Our holy father, St. John the Chrysostom, Archbishop of Constantinople, most famous of both the Greek and the Latin Church and one of the four great Doctors of the Orient, called "Golden-Tongued" because of his eloquence.  The Catholic Church honors … Continue reading

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