Orthodox & Catholic Liturgical Calendar

Saturday
27
February 2021
Saturday
14
February 2021
Saturday
27
February 2021


Orthodox (New) Revised Julian Calendar


Orthodox (Old) Julian Calendar


Catholic (Gregorian) Calendar

Feasts

Feasts

Time of the Liturgical Year

  • None
  • None
  • Lent

Saints

Saints

Solemnity

  • Martyrs Julian and his disciple Eunos (Kronion), at Alexandria (250- 252)
  • Martyrs Abundius, Alexander, Antigonus, Calanus, Januarius, Makarios, Severianus, Titianus and Fortunatus, and those martyred with them (c. 284-305)
  • Martyr Gelasius the Actor, of Heliopolis (297)
  • Martyr Nesius, by whipping.
  • Saint Macarius of Jerusalem, Bishop of Jerusalem (334)
  • Saint Thalelaeus of Syria, hermit, of Gabala in Syria (c. 460)
  • Saints Asclepius and Jacob of Nimouza, monks near Cyrrhus (5th century)
  • Saint Stephen, monk, of Constantinople (614)
  • Venerable Procopius the Confessor, of Decapolis (c. 750)
  • Saint Timothy of Caesarea, monk.
  • Saint Peter II, Patriarch of Alexandria (380)
  • Venerable Maron of Syria, hermit of Cyrrhus (c. 433)
  • Venerable Auxentius of Bithynia, monastic (c. 470)
  • Venerable Abraham of Charres, Bishop of Charres in Mesopotamia (5th century)
  • Venerable Cyril, Equal-to-the-Apostles, Teacher of the Slavs (869)
  • Hieromartyr Philemon of Gaza, Bishop of Gaza (10th century).
  • None

Pre-Schism Western Saints

Pre-Schism Western Saints

Feast

  • Saint Honorina (Honorine), an early martyr in the north of France.
  • Saint Comgan, Abbot of Glenthsen or Killeshin in Ireland (c. 565)
  • Saint Leander of Seville, Archbishop of Seville (600)
  • Saint Baldomerus (Galmier), by trade a locksmith in Lyons in France, who entered the monastery of St Justus (c. 650)
  • Saint Ælfnoth of Stowe (Alnoth), a hermit at Stowe near Bugbrooke, martyred by robbers (c. 700)
  • Saint Herefrith of Louth, Bishop of Lincolnshire (c. 873)
  • Saint John of Gorze, Abbot of Gorze (c. 975)
  • Saint Eleuchadius, a Greek, converted by St Apollinaris of Ravenna in Italy, and succeeded St Adheritus as third Bishop of that city (112)
  • Martyrs Vitalis, Felicula and Zeno, early martyrs in Rome.
  • Saint Valentine the Presbyter of Rome, under Claudius II (c. 270)
  • Hieromartyr Valentine, Bishop of Interamna Nahars, Terni, in Italy (c. 273)
  • Martyrs Proculus, Ephebus and Apollonius, disciples of Hieromartyr Valentine, Bishop of Interamna, Terni, in Italy (c. 273)
  • Martyrs Bassus, Anthony, and Protolicus, at Alexandria.
  • Martyr Agatho, Priest, and Companions, at Alexandria.
  • Saint Nostrianus, Bishop of Naples in Italy and a valiant opponent of Arianism and Pelagianism (c. 450)
  • Saint Theodosius, Bishop of Vaison in France and predecessor of St Quinidius (554)
  • Saint Conran, a holy bishop of the Orkney Islands.
  • Saint Antoninus of Sorrento, a monk in one of the daughter monasteries of Monte Cassino in Italy, became Abbot of St Agrippinus (830)
  • Passionists: Saint Gabriel of Our Lady of Sorrows, religious

Post-Schism Orthodox Saints

Post-Schism Orthodox Saints

Memorial

  • Venerable Titus, hieromonk of the Kiev Caves Monastery (1196)
  • Saint Titus the Soldier, monk of the Kiev Caves (14th century)
  • Saint Pitirim, Bishop of Tambov (1698)
  • New Martyr Elias of Trebizond (1749)
  • Venerable Archimandrite Photius of the Yuriev Monastery, Novgorod (1838)
  • Saint Raphael of Brooklyn, Good Shepherd of the Lost Sheep in America (1915)
  • New Hieromartyr Sergei Uvitsky, Priest (1932)
  • New Hieromartyr Peter Uspensky, Priest (1938)
  • Martyr Michael Markov (1938)
  • Venerable Isaac, recluse of the Kiev Caves Monastery (c. 1090)
  • New Martyr Nicholas of Corinth (1554)
  • New Monk-martyr Damian of Philotheou and Kissavos, at Larissa (1568)
  • New Martyr George the Tailor, of Mytilene, at Constantinople (1693)
  • Venerable Auxentios the Ascetic, of Mount Katirlion near Nicomedia on the Propontis, Wonderworker (c. 1757)
  • Saint Hilarion the Georgian (the New) of Imereti and Mt. Athos (1864)
  • Saint Raphael (Hawaweeny), Bishop of Brooklyn (1915)
  • New Hieromartyr Nikolaos of Trebizond, Bishop of Amisos (1920)
  • New Hieromartyr Onesimus (Pylaev), Bishop of Tula (1937)
  • New Hieromartyr Tryphon, Deacon (1938)
  • None

Other Commemorations

Other Commemorations

Optional Memorial

  • Twelve Holy Greek Architects of the Kiev Caves Lavra.
  • Repose of Archimandrite Photius of the Yuriev Monastery, Novgorod (1838)
  • Repose of Monk Anthony of Valaam Monastery (1848)
  • Repose of Hieromonk Justinian of Valaam Monastery (1966)
  • Repose of Archimandrite Alypy (Voronov) of the Pskov-Caves Monastery (1975)
  • 12 Greeks who built the Dormition Cathedral in the Kiev Caves, Far Caves, Lavra (11th century)
  • Translation of the relics of Martyrs Prince Michael and his counselor Theodore, of Chernigov (1578)
  • Repose of Archimandrite Barsanuphius of Valaam and Morocco (1952)
  • Repose of Righteous Barbara (Arkhangelskaya) the Recluse, of Ufa (1966)
  • Repose of Elder Ephraim of Katounakia (1998)
  • None

Unknown Status

  • None