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November 21 (Eastern Orthodox liturgics)
For November 21, Orthodox Churches on the Old Calendar commemorate the Saints listed on November 8.
Pre-Schism Western saints
- Saint Rufus of Rome, the disciple whom Saint Paul greets in Romans 16:13 (c. 90)[note 4][note 5]
- Martyrs Celsus and Clement, in Rome.[note 6]
- Martyrs Demetrius and Honorius, in Ostia in Italy.[note 7]
- Martyrs Honorius, Eutychius and Stephen, in Asta in Andalusia in Spain under Diocletian (c. 300)[note 8]
- Saint Gelasius I, Pope of Rome (496)[note 9][note 10]
- Saint Digain, son of Constantine Corneu, King of Dumnonia (5th century)[note 11]
- Saint Maurus of Verona, twelfth Bishop of Verona, Confessor (c. 600)[note 12]
- Venerable Columbanus of Bobbio, Abbot and founder of Luxeuil Abbey in Gaul, and Bobbio Abbey in Italy (615)[note 13] (see also: November 23 )
- Saint Amelberga of Susteren, Benedictine Abbess of Susteren Abbey in the Netherlands (c. 900)
- Saint Hilary, Benedictine Abbot of San Vincenzo in Volturno (1011-1045), who revived the monastic life there (c. 1045)
Post-Schism Orthodox saints
- Saint Yaropolk-Peter, Prince of Vladimir in Volhynia (11th century) ( see also: November 22 )
- Venerable Sozomenos, Bishop of Karpaseia in Cyprus, and Wonderworker (12th century)[note 14] ( see also: November 20 )
New martyrs and confessors
- New Hieromartyr Alexander Hotovitsky, Protopresbyter, of New York and Moscow (1937)
- New Hieromartyr Alexis Benemansky of Tver, Priest (1937) ( see also: November 22 )
- Synaxis of churches that are dedicated to the Entrance of the Most Holy Theotokos.
- Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos "Everlasting Hope".
- Repose of Blessed Pasha of Birsk, Fool-for-Christ (1891)
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