Orthodox & Catholic Liturgical Calendar

Saturday
27
November 2021
Saturday
14
November 2021
Saturday
27
November 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

  • Venerable Moses.
  • 17 Monk-martyrs in India (4th century)
  • Venerable Pinuphrius of Egypt (4th century)
  • Great-Martyr James of Persia (421)
  • Venerable Romanus the Wonderworker of Cilicia (5th century)
  • Venerable Nathaniel of Nitria (6th century)
  • Venerable Palladius of Thessalonica (6th-7th century)
  • Holy and All-Praised Apostle Philip (c. 81-96)
  • Saint Stachys, Bishop of Hierapolis (in Phrygia) (1st century)
  • Saint Justinian the Emperor
  • Saint Thomas II of Constantinople, Patriarch of Constantinople (665-668)
  • Virgin Martyrs of Emesa, Syria (779)
  • None

Pre-Schism Western Saints

Pre-Schism Western Saints

Feast

  • Saints Facundus and Primitivus (c. 300)
  • Saint Valerian, Bishop of Aquileia in the north of Italy (389)
  • Saint John Angeloptes, Bishop of Ravenna in Italy 430-433 (433)
  • Saint Seachnall (Sechnall), first Bishop of Dunsauglin in Meath in Ireland and later served in Armagh (457)
  • Saint Maximus of Riez, Abbot of Lérins Abbey in France in 426, he became Bishop of Riez (460)
  • Saint Congar of Congresbury, Bishop of Somerset (520)
  • Saint Siffred of Carpentras (Siffrein, Syffroy, Suffredus), a monk at Lérins Abbey and later Bishop of Carpentras in the south of France (c. 540)
  • Saint Severinus, a hermit who lived near Paris in France (c. 540)
  • Saint Gallgo, founder of Llanallgo in Anglesey in Wales (6th century)
  • Saint Acharius, Bishop of Noyon-Tournai in Belgium (640)
  • Saint Bilihildis, foundress of the convent of Altenmünster in Mainz (c. 710)
  • Saint Fergus, born in Ireland, he was a bishop who preached among the Picts in Perthshire, Caithness, Buchan and Forfarshire in Scotland (c. 721)
  • Saint Vergilius of Salzburg (Fergal), Abbot of St Peter's in Salzburg and Bishop, the Apostle of Carinthia (784)
  • Saint Apollinaris, fourteenth Abbot of Montecassino Abbey in Italy, abbot for eleven years (828)
  • Saint Veneranda (Venera), an early martyr in France (2nd century)
  • Saint Venerandus, an influential citizen of Troyes in France martyred under Aurelian (275)
  • Saint Jucundus of Bologna, Bishop of Bologna in Italy (485)
  • Saint Dubricius (Dubric, Dyfrig), Bishop in Hereford and Gwent, hermit, of Bardsey Island (c. 545)
  • Saint Sidonius of Saint-Saëns, a monk at Jumièges Abbey, later the first abbot of Saint-Säens (c. 690)
  • Saint Malo of Brittany (7th century)
  • Saint Alberic of Utrecht, Bishop of Utrecht (784)
  • Saint Modanic, a bishop in Scotland (8th century)
  • Vincentian Family: Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal

Post-Schism Orthodox Saints

Post-Schism Orthodox Saints

Memorial

  • Venerable Theodosius of Tarnovo (1363)
  • Saint James, Bishop and Wonderworker of Rostov (1392)
  • Saint Damaskinos the Studite, Bishop of Liti and Rendini (1577)
  • Venerable Diodorus, Abbot of Yuriev Monastery (George Hill), Solovki (1633)
  • Blessed Andrei (Ogorodnikov) of Simbirsk, Fool-for-Christ (1841)
  • New Hieromartyr Nicholas (Dobronravov), Archbishop of Vladimir (1937)
  • New Hieromartyrs Nicholas Andreyev, Boris Ivanosky and Basil Sokolov of Moscow, Protopresbyters (1937)
  • New Hieromartyrs Theodore Dorofiev of Moscow, Alexei Speransky of Moscow, John Glazkov of Alma-Ata, Sergius Amanov, John Khrustalev, Sergius Brednikov, Nicholas Pokrovsky, Priests (1937)
  • New Hieromartyr Cronides (Lyubimov) of Holy Trinity-St. Sergius Lavra, Archimandrite,
  • New Hieromartyrs Ioasaf Boyev, Archimandrite of Nikolskoye Monastery, Moscow;
  • New Hieromartyrs Alexei Gavrin;
  • Martyr John Emelyanov (1937)
  • Saint Euphemianos the Wonderworker, of Cyprus (12th century)
  • Saint Gregory Palamas the Wonderworker, Archbishop of Thessaloniki (1360)
  • Saint Philip, founder of Irap Monastery, Novgorod (1527)
  • New Martyr Constantine of Hydra, at Rhodes (1800)
  • New Martyr Panteleimon the Youth, of Spetses, in Crete (1848)
  • New Hieromartyrs (1937):
  • New Hieromartyr Theodore Grudakov, Priest (1940)
  • New Hieromartyr Sergius Konstantinov, Priest (1941)
  • Slovenia: Saints Modestus and Virgilius, bishops

Other Commemorations

Other Commemorations

Optional Memorial

  • Uncovering of the relics (1192) of St. Vsevolod (Gabriel) of Pskov (1138)
  • Synaxis of the New Martyrs and Confessors of Radonezh.
  • Repose of Hieromonk Athanasius of Iveron Monastery, Mt. Athos (1973)
  • Repose of St. Alexander Nevsky (Alexis in schema), Great Prince of Novgorod (1263)
  • Repose of Archimandrite Lazarus (Moore) of Eagle River, Alaska (1992)
  • Piarists: Patronage of Saint Joseph Calasanctius
  • Venezuela: Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal
  • Ireland: Saint Fergal, bishop and missionary
  • China, Hong Kong and Taiwan: Saint Gabriel-Taurin Dufresse, bishop and martyr
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina: Blessed Grazia of Cattaro

Unknown Status

  • None