Orthodox & Catholic Liturgical Calendar

Tuesday
21
September 2021
Tuesday
8
September 2021
Tuesday
21
September 2021


Orthodox (New) Revised Julian Calendar


Orthodox (Old) Julian Calendar


Catholic (Gregorian) Calendar

Feasts

Feasts

Time of the Liturgical Year

  • Apodosis of the Exaltation of the Cross.
  • The Nativity of Our Most Holy Lady the Theotokos and Ever-Virgin Mary.
  • Ordinary time

Saints

Saints

Solemnity

  • Prophet Jonah (8th century BC)
  • Apostle Quadratus of the Seventy, Apologist (c. 130)
  • Martyr Eusebius of Phoenicia (2nd century)
  • Holy Six Martyrs, by the sword (298)
  • Martyr Priscus of Phrygia.
  • Martyrs Eusebius, Nestabus, Zeno, brothers, with Nestor and Busiris, of Gaza (360-363)
  • Martyr Bassa of Tyre.
  • Hieromartyr Hypatius, Bishop of Ephesus, and his Presbyter Andrew (730)
  • Venerable Jonah the Sabbaite (9th century)
  • Venerables Isaacius (Akakios)
  • Martyrs Rufus and Rufianus, by the sword.
  • Martyr Severus, by the sword.
  • Martyr Artemidorus, by the sword.
  • None

Pre-Schism Western Saints

Pre-Schism Western Saints

Feast

  • Saint Alexander, a bishop in the neighbourhood of Rome (2nd century)
  • Saint Pamphilus, a martyr in Rome.
  • Saint Mabyn (Mabena), a Cornish saint (6th century)
  • Saint Gerulfus (Gerulph), a saint of Flanders (c. 746)
  • Saint Maura, a holy virgin in Troyes, she reposed at the age of twenty-three after a life of prayer and good works (850)
  • Saint Anastasius II, Pope of Rome (498)
  • Saint Kingsmark (Kinemark, Cynfarch), disciple of St. Dyfrig (5th century)
  • Saint Æthelburh of Kent (Ethelburga), daughter of King Ethelbert of Kent, who married King Edwin of Northumbria, and founded the convent of Lyminge in Kent as abbess (c. 647)
  • Saint Disibod (Disibode, Disen), founder of Disibodenberg Abbey in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany (c. 700)
  • Saint Sergius, Pope of Rome (701)
  • Saint Corbinian, a hermit who was consecrated a Bishop and was sent as a missionary to Bavaria (c. 730)
  • Saint Ine of Wessex, King of Wessex,
  • Saint Matthew the Evangelist, Apostle, Evangelist

Post-Schism Orthodox Saints

Post-Schism Orthodox Saints

Memorial

  • Venerable Daniel, founder of Shuzhgorsk Monastery, Belozersk (16th century)
  • Saint Joseph, founder of Zaonikiev Monastery, Vologda (1612)
  • New Hieromartyrs Alexander Fedoseyev,
  • New Hieromartyr Archimandrite Platon (Aivazidis), Protosyncellus of Metropolitan Germanos Karavangelis of Amasya (1921)
  • New Hieromartyr Theophan (Tuliakov), Metropolitan of Lipetsk and Belorussia (1937)
  • New Hieromartyr Maurice (Poletaev), Archimandrite, of Yuriev-Polsky, and with him Martyr Basil Kondratiev
  • New Hieromartyrs Valentine Nikolsky,
  • New Hieromartyr John Bystrov, Priest (1938)
  • New Hieromartyr Basil Krymkin, Priest (1942)
  • Saint Serapion, monk of Spaso-Eleazar Monastery, Pskov (1481)
  • Saint Lucian, Abbot, of Alexandrov (1654)
  • New Martyr Athanasius of Thessaloniki (1774)
  • Saint Sophronius, Bishop of Achtaleia in Iberia (Georgia) (1803)
  • Saints Ioane (Maisuradze), Archimandrite (1957), and Giorgi-Ioane (Mkheidze), Schema-Archimandrite (1960), Confessors, of Georgia.
  • New Martyr Alexander Jacobson, at Solovki (1930)
  • New Martyr Demetrius, Priest (1937)
  • None

Other Commemorations

Other Commemorations

Optional Memorial

  • Uncovering of the relics (1752) of St. Demetrius, Metropolitan of Rostov (1709)
  • Repose of Arseny (Chagovstsov), Archbishop of Winnipeg (1945)
  • Repose of Priest Dumitru Staniloae of Romania (1993)
  • Synaxis of the Saints of Uglich.
  • Synaxis of the Church of "Panagia Giatrissa" ("The Healer"), on Therasia in the Greek Cyclades (1950s)
  • Translation of the relics of St. Grimald, Abbot of Winchester Abbey.
  • Repose of Archbishop Dionysius of Ufa (1896)
  • Repose of Elder Daniel of Katounakia, Mount Athos (1929)
  • Repose of Priest Dimitrie Bejan of Romania (1995)
  • Icons of the Most Holy Theotokos:
  • None

Unknown Status

  • None