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May 22 (Eastern Orthodox liturgics)
For May 22nd, Orthodox Churches on the Old Calendar commemorate the Saints listed on May 9.
- Righteous Melchizedek, King of Salem (ancient Jerusalem) (c. 2000 BC)[note 2]
- Martyr Sophia the Healer.
- Martyr Marcellus, by being placed in molten lead.
- Martyr Codratus (Quadratus), by being dragged by horses.
- Martyr Basiliscus of Kamani (c. 285-305)
- Saint Donatus of Thmuis, Bishop and Martyr (316)[note 3]
- Saint John Vladimir, King of Serbia, Martyr, Wonderworker (1015)
Pre-Schism Western saints
- Saint Ausonius, first Bishop of Angoulême (1st or 3rd century)[note 4]
- Saint Marcian of Ravenna, Bishop and Confessor (c. 127)[note 5]
- Martyrs Castus and Emilius, by fire, in Carthage (250)
- Martyrs Timothy, Faustinus and Venustus, in Rome, under Julian the Apostate (362)
- Saint Helen of Carnarvon (Elen Luyddog, Helen of Caernarfon), Princess, a late 4th-century founder of churches in Wales, and wife of Emperor Magnus Clemens Maximus (383-388)
- Saint Helen of Auxerre (c. 418)[note 6]
- Saint Julia of Corsica the martyr, who was crucified (5th century)
- Saint Quiteria the virgin-martyr, in Spain (5th century)
- Saint Romanus of Subiaco (Romanus of Auxerre), ascetic who ministered to Saint Benedict of Nursia (560)
- Saint Fulk (c. 600)
- Saint Boethian of Pierrepont (near Laon), Irish, Benedictine monk, martyred in France (7th century)
- Saint Conall (Conald, Coel), of Inniskeel (Inniscoel, Innis-coel), County Donegal, Abbot of the island monastery of Inniskeel, where there is a holy well dedicated to him (7th century)
- Saint John of Parma, abbot of Saint John's at Parma from 973 to c. 982, then under Cluniac observance (c. 982)[note 7]
- Saint Bobo (Beuvon), hermit (c. 985)
Post-Schism Orthodox saints
- Saint Kali of Asia Minor (c. 14th century)[note 8]
- New Hieromartyr Zachariah of Prussa (1802)
- Blessed James, youth, of Borovichi (Novgorod), Wonderworker (1540)[note 9]
- New Martyr Demetrios of Peloponnesos (1803)[note 10]
- Venerable Monk-martyr Paul of Mt. Athos, at Tripolis, Peloponnesus (1818)
New martyrs and confessors
- Synaxis of the Cyprus Icon ("Sophianois" Icon) of the Most Holy Mother of God.[note 11]
- Repose of Cleopas of Valaam, disciple of Saint Paisius Velichkovsky (1816)
- Repose of Eldress Macrina of Volos (1995)
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