July 5 (Eastern Orthodox liturgics)

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July 4 - Eastern Orthodox Church calendar - July 6

All fixed commemorations below celebrated on July 18 by users of the Old Calendar

Saints[edit]

Pre-Schism Western Saints[edit]

  • St. Edana, an Irish monastic and patron of several parishes in the West of Ireland.[1]
  • St. Erfyl, the titular saint of a church at Llanerfyl, Powys, Wales.[1]
  • St Gwen Teirbron of Brittany, mother of St. Winwaloe of Landevennec.
  • St. Modwenna, successor of St. Hilda as Abbess of Whitby.[1]
  • St. Modwenna, an anchoress, and possibly Abbess of Polesworth in Warwickshire, England.[1]
  • Sts. Probus and Grace, Cornish saints traditionally thought to have been husband and wife.[1]

Other commemorations[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e Hutchison-Hall, John (Ellsworth) (2014). Orthodox Saints of the British Isles - Volume III (1 ed.). New York: St. Eadfrith Press. ISBN 9780692257661.