Commemoration of the Miracle of the Archangel Michael at Colossae (Chonae) (4th c.).
Martyr Eudoxius, and with him Martyrs Zeno, Macarius, and 1,104 soldiers in Melitene (311).
New Hieromartyr Demetrius priest (1918).
New Hieromartyrs Constantine, John and Vsevolod priests (1937).
Venerable Archippus of Hierapolis (4th c.).
Martyrs Romulus and 11,000 others in Armenia (2nd c.).
Hieromartyr Cyril, bishop of Gortyna (3rd-4th c.).
Martyrs Cyriacus, Faustus, Abibus, and 11 others at Alexandria (250).
Venerable David of Hermopolis in Egypt (6th c.).
Kiev-Bratsk (1654) and Arabia Icons of the Mother of God.
Martyrs Calodote, Macarius, Andrew, Cyriacus, Dionysius, Andrew the Soldier, Andropelagia, Thecla, Theoctistus, and Sarapabon the Senator, in Egypt (256).
St. Beya, virgin, first abbess of Copeland in Cumbria (7th c.) (Celtic & British).
St. Magnus of Fussen, enlightener of the Allgau region of Germany (750-772).
Hebrews 2:2-10 Epistle, Angels
Luke 10:16-21 Gospel, Angels
Troparion of Holy Archangel Michael in Tone IV —
Supreme commander of the armies of Heaven,/ we, the unworthy,
do ever entreat thee,/ that by thy prayers thou dost ever surround us/ with the
protection of the wings of thine immaterial glory,/ preserving us that
earnestly fall down before thee and cry aloud:/ Deliver us from misfortunes,//
in that thou art the leader of the hosts on high.
Kontakion in Tone II —
O chief commander of God,/ minister of glory divine,/ captain of the angels
and instructor of men:/ beg thou great mercy and that which is profitable for
us,// for thou art the supreme commander of the bodiless hosts.