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Translation of the relics of Saint John Chrysostom, Archbishop of Constantinople
Translation of the relics of Saint John Chrysostom, Archbishop of Constantinople

Saint John Chrysostom, the great ecumenical teacher and hierarch, died in the city of Comana in the year 407 on his way to a place of exile. He had been condemned by the intrigues of the empress Eudoxia because of his daring denunciation of the vices of those ruling over Constantinople. The…

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Saint Clement the Stylite who lived as an ascetic on Mount Ságmata in Boeotia

This holy ascetic is not mentioned in the Synaxaristes nor in the Menaion. His Church Service, however, is found in the Laurentian Codex E 152 f. 332 a and Γ 12f. 82 β. In his Service he is praised as one who "appeared as a most ascetical spirit-bearer, ascending a tall pillar, as a steadfast…

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Holy Empress Markianḗ

Saint Markianḗ was the wife of Emperor Justin I the Elder (reigned 518 - 527). She was distinguished for her piety, her ascetical life, and her philanthropy. Her righteous death was peaceful, and she was buried in the church of the Holy Apostles at Constantinople.

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Holy King Askiot of Georgia

Saint Askiot reigned in Georgia in the IX century. This pious ruler built many churches as well as several monasteries. He was killed by Arabs in the church of the castle at Artanugi, Georgia, which he had built. In the Georgian Synaxaria it is also referred to as Kouropalatis.

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