Orthodox & Catholic Liturgical Calendar

Thursday
24
June 2021
Thursday
11
June 2021
Thursday
24
June 2021


Orthodox (New) Revised Julian Calendar


Orthodox (Old) Julian Calendar


Catholic (Gregorian) Calendar

Feasts

Feasts

Time of the Liturgical Year

  • None
  • None
  • Ordinary time

Saints

Saints

Solemnity

  • Nativity of St. John the Baptist and Forerunner.
  • Martyrs Orentius, Pharnacius, Eros, Firmus, Firminus, Cyriacus, and Longinus, near Lazica (4th century)
  • Saint Nicetas of Remesiana, Bishop of Remesiana (Bela Palanka) (c. 414 or 420)
  • Holy Apostles Bartholomew and Barnabas (1st century)
  • Martyr Theopemptus and four others, by the sword.
  • Birth of Saint John the Baptist

Pre-Schism Western Saints

Pre-Schism Western Saints

Feast

  • Saints Faustus and Companions, 24 martyrs in Rome.
  • Saint Simplicius of Autun, a married man who lived a virginal life with his wife and became Bishop of Autun (c. 360)
  • Saints Agoard, Agilbert and Companions, holy martyrs in Créteil, now a suburb of Paris in France (5th century)
  • Venerable Germocus, born in Ireland, he was the brother of St Breaca and settled near Mount's Bay in Cornwall (6th century)
  • Saint Alena of Brussels, martyred at Forest, Belgium (c. 640)
  • Saint Rumbold of Mechelen (Rumoldus), a monk who became a bishop with St Willibrord in Holland and in Brabant in Belgium, murdered near Malines (c. 775)
  • Saint Theodulphus (Thiou), third Abbot of Lobbes Abbey in Belgium (776)
  • Venerable John the Hermit (Ivan), of Bohemia (845 or 904)
  • Saint Henry (Heric), born in Hery in Yonne in France, he became a monk at the Abbey of Saint-Germain d'Auxerre (c. 880)
  • Saint John of Tuy, born in Galicia in Spain, he lived as a hermit near Tuy, where his relics are still enshrined (9th century)
  • Saints Felix and Fortunatus, two brothers, born in Vicenza in Italy, who suffered under Diocletian in Aquileia (296)
  • Saint Blitharius (Blier), born in Scotland, he went to France and settled in Seganne in Champagne (7th century)
  • Saint Herebald (Herband), born in Britain, he lived as a hermit in Brittany where a church is dedicated to him (8th century)
  • Saint Tochumra, a holy virgin venerated in Kilmore in Ireland; she was called on by women in labour.
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Post-Schism Orthodox Saints

Post-Schism Orthodox Saints

Memorial

  • Venerable Anthony of Dymsk, founder of Dymsk Monastery in Novgorod (1224)
  • Saint Mikhail of Tver, Great Prince of Tver (1318)
  • Saint John of Yaransk, monk at Solovki (1561)
  • Righteous Youths John and James, of Meniugi in Novgorod (1566-1569)
  • Saint Athanasius of Paros (1813)
  • Saint Gerasimus (Dobroserdov), Bishop of Astrakhan and Enotaeva (1880)
  • New Martyr Panagiotes of Caesarea in Cappadocia, at Constantinople (1765)
  • Venerable Barnabas of Vasa, near Limassol in Cyprus, Wonderworker.
  • Venerable Barnabas of Vetluga, ascetic of Vetluga (1445)
  • New Martyr Zafeirios of Halkidiki (c. 1821)
  • 222 Chinese New Martyrs of the Boxer Uprising, at Beijing and other places (1900):
  • New Hiero-confessor Luke (Voino-Yasenetsky), Archbishop of Simferopol and Crimea, Surgeon, Unmercenary Wonderworker (1961)
  • None

Other Commemorations

Other Commemorations

Optional Memorial

  • Synaxis of the Righteous Zechariah and Elizabeth, parents of John the Forerunner.
  • Translation of the relics (1492) of Great-martyr John the New to Suceava, Romania (1330-1340)
  • Appearance of the Archangel Gabriel to a monk on Mt. Athos, and the revelation of the hymn "It Is Truly Meet" (Axion Estin) (982)
  • Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos "It Is Truly Meet" (Axion Estin) (10th century)
  • Translation of the relics (1572) of St. Ephraim of Novotorzhk, founder of the Sts. Boris and Gleb Monastery, Novotorzhok (1053)
  • Translation of the relics (c. 1592) of Saint Arcadius of Vyazma and Novotorzhk (1077)
  • Repose of the recluse Melania of Eletz and Zadonsk (1836)
  • Repose of Ivan Vasilievich Kireyevsky, philosopher and Patristic translator (1856)
  • None

Unknown Status

  • None