February 12 (Eastern Orthodox liturgics)
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All commemorations below are observed on February 25 by Old Calendarists.
- Saint Meletius of Antioch, archbishop (381)
- Saint Alexius, Metropolitan bishop and Wonderworker of all Russia (1378)
- Saint Mary (Marinus) at Alexandria, nun, and her father Eugene (6th century)
- Saint Callia
- Saint Antony of Constantinople, Patriarch
- Martyr Chrestos at Constantinople (1748)
- Saint Bassian, abbot of Ryabovsky Forest Monastery in Uglich
- Russian new martyr Alexius of Voronezh, bishop (1930)
- Russian new martyr Mitrophan, archpriest (1931)
- Saint Gertrude of Nijvel, abbess
- Martyr Saturninus
- Martyr Plotinus
- Venerable Meletios of Ypseni, in Rhodes (Meletios of Lardos), founder of the Monastery of Panagia Ypseni in 1855 (19th century)
- Repose of the cave-dweller Anasthasia Logacheva (1875)
- Announcement by the Holy and Sacred Synod. The Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople. Wednesday, November 27, 2013. Retrieved: 27 November, 2013.
- Canonization of Two New Saints by the Ecumenical Patriarchate. Ecumenical Patriarchate - Orthodox Metropolitanate of Hong Kong and South East Asia (OMHKSEA). November 27, 2013.