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The fourth day of January.
- 1581: James Ussher, Irish Anglican archbishop (d. 1656). His calendar dated creation to 4004 BCE.
- 1672: Hugh Boulter, Irish Archbishop of Armagh (d. 1742)
- 1821: Elizabeth Ann Seton, American saint (b. 1774)
- 1891: Antoine Labelle, Quebec Catholic priest (b. 1833)
- 1896: Joseph Hubert Reinkens, German Old Catholic bishop (b. 1821)
- Last day of the Nativity afterfeast
- Synaxis of the Seventy Apostles
- Saint Theoctistus, abbot at Cucomo in Sicily
- Martyrs Athanasius the Commentarisius (superintendent of prisoners) and Zosimas the Hermit, anchorites of Cilicia
- Martyrs Euthymia and Chrysanthus
- Saint Euthymius the New, monk
- Martyr and abbot Euthymius, and 12 monks of Vatopedi Monastery on Mount Athos (13th century)
- Saint Eustace of Serbia, first archbishop there (13th century)
- Saint Aquilae, deacon of the Kiev Caves Monastery (14th century)
- Martyr Onuphrius Manassias of Chilandar Monastery on Mount Athos (1818)
- Saint Gregory of Langres in Gaul
- Repose of Symeon of Smolensk, metropolitan (1699)
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