26th Sunday after Pentecost.
Forefeast of the Entry of the Most Holy Theotokos into the Temple. St. Gregory of Decapolis (816). St. Proclus , archbishop of Constantinople (446-447). Martyr Dasius of Dorostolum in Moesia (284-305). Martyrs Eustace , Thespesius , and Anatolius , of Nicaea (312). Hieromartyr Nerses , bishop of Shahrqart (Kirkuk), and his disciple Martyr Joseph , and those martyred with them in Persia: Hieromartyrs John, Shapur, and Isaac, bishops of Seit Selok; Martyrs Guhshtazad, eunuch, Mari, Sasan, Tima, Noah, and Zaun, of Lashom; and Bautha, Denachis, Thecla, Dinaq, Tatun, Mama, Mazakya, Ana, Abyat, and Hatay (343). St. Diodorus , founder of Yuriegorsk Monastery (Solovki) (1633). St. Parasceva (Rodimtseva), abbess of Toplovsky Convent (Simferopol) (1928). New Hieromartyrs Macarius (Karmazin), bishop of Dnepropetrovsk, Arsenius (Dmitriev), abbot, of the Tikhvin Monastery, Eutychius (Kachur), abbot, of the St. Marcian Skete (Ukraine), Hilarion (Pisarets), hieromonk of Glinsk Hermitage, Alexis Amanov, archpriest, of Zaraisk (Moscow), Vladimir Medvediuk, archpriest, of Yazvishche (Moscow), Alexis Nikatov, archpriest, of Ignatovo (Moscow), John Savr, archpriest, of Tikhvin, and Alexander Sakharov, archpriest, of Petrovskoye (Ryazan) (1937). New Nun-martyr Ioannikia (Kozhevnikova), abbess of the Convent of the Entry of the Theotokos (Tikhvin) (1937). St. Isaac, catholicos of Armenia (440). St. Theoctistus the Confessor, of Constantinople (855). Martyr Edmund , king of East Anglia (869). St. Sozomen of Cyprus (12th c.).