Orthodox & Catholic Liturgical Calendar

Friday
16
April 2021
Friday
3
April 2021
Friday
16
April 2021


Orthodox (New) Revised Julian Calendar


Orthodox (Old) Julian Calendar


Catholic (Gregorian) Calendar

Feasts

Feasts

Time of the Liturgical Year

  • Great Lent
  • Great Lent
  • Eastertide

Saints

Saints

Solemnity

  • Martyrs Leonidas of Nea Epidavros, and those with him:
  • Hieromartyrs Felix, Bishop of Spoleto,
  • Virgin-martyrs Agape, Irene, and Chionia, in Thessaloniki (304)
  • Saints Agatho, Eutychia, Cassia and Phillippa, the Confessors, in Thessaloniki, by imprisonment (304)
  • Martyrs Dius,
  • Martyr Elpidephorus (3rd century)
  • Martyrs Cassius, Philip, and Eutychius, of Thessalonica (304)
  • Martyr Ulphianus of Tyre (306)
  • Virgin-martyr Theodosia of Tyre (308)
  • Martyrs Evagrius, Benignus, Chrestus, Arestus, Kinnudius, Rufus, Patricius, and Zosima, at Tomis in Moesia (ca. 310)
  • Venerable Illyrius, monk of Mount Myrsinon in the Peloponnese.
  • Venerable Nicetas of Medikion (Nicetas the Confessor), Abbot of Medikion (824)
  • Venerable Joseph the Hymnographer, of Sicily (883)
  • None

Pre-Schism Western Saints

Pre-Schism Western Saints

Feast

  • The Eighteen Martyrs of Saragossa (ca. 304):
  • Virgin-martyr Encratia (Encratis, Encratide, Engracia), who suffered terribly for Orthodoxy in Saragossa in Spain (ca. 304)
  • Saint Turibius of Astorga, Bishop of Astorga in Spain and a valiant defender of Orthodoxy (ca. 460)
  • Saint Vasius (Vaise, Vaize), a rich citizen of Saintes in France, murdered by his relatives for giving his property to the poor (ca. 500)
  • Saint Turibius of Palencia, founder of the monastery of Liébana in Asturias in Spain (ca. 528)
  • Saint Paternus (Pair), Bishop of Avranches (ca. 574 or 563)
  • Saint Fructuosus of Braga in Iberia (665)
  • Saint Lambert of Saragossa, a servant who was martyred near Saragossa by his Saracen master (ca. 900)
  • Saint Herveus of Tours (Hervé), monk at the monastery of St Martin of Tours, and hermit (1021)
  • Saint Elias, Monk and Abbot in Ireland and Germany (1042)
  • Saint Pancras of Taormina (Pancratius), born in Antioch, consecrated by the Apostle Peter and sent to Taormina in Sicily where he was stoned to death (ca. 40)
  • Saint Sixtus I (Xystus), Pope of Rome from 117 to c 125, sometimes referred to as a martyr (ca. 125)
  • Saint Fara (Burgundofara) of Eboriac (now Faremoutiers) (657)
  • Saint Attala (Attalus), a monk and abbot of a monastery in Taormina in Sicily (ca. 800)
  • None

Post-Schism Orthodox Saints

Post-Schism Orthodox Saints

Memorial

  • Saint Theodora-Bassa, princess of Novgorod (1378)
  • Saint John, Fool-for-Christ, of Verkhoturye (1701)
  • New Martyr Michael Burliotes of Smyrna, by beheading (1772)
  • New Monk-martyr Christopher of Dionysiou, Mt. Athos, at Adrianople (1818)
  • New martyrs Christodoulos and Anastasia, in Achaia (1821)
  • Saint Ambrose (Khelaia) the Confessor, Catholicos-Patriarch of All Georgia (1927)
  • Saint Nectarius, founder of Bezhetsk Monastery (Tver) (1492)
  • New martyr Paul the Russian at Constantinople (1683)
  • Venerable Amphilochios (Makris) Elder of Patmos (1970)
  • Trinitarians: Saint Benoît-Joseph Labre, religious
  • Norway: Saint Magnus, martyr

Other Commemorations

Other Commemorations

Optional Memorial

  • Synaxis of the Weeping Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos "Ilyin Chernigov" (1658)
  • Synaxis of the Icon of the Mother of God of Tambov (1692)
  • Synaxis of the Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos "The Unfading Rose" ("The Unfading Blossom, The Flower of Incorruption").
  • None

Unknown Status

  • None