Today's feastsFebruary 10: Hieromartyr Haralambos the Wonder-worker, Bishop of Magnesia in Thessaly, and Martyrs Porphyrius and Baptus; Virgin-Martyrs Ennatha, Valentina, and Paula of Palestine; Venerable Prochorus of the Kiev Caves; Saint Anna, wife of Yaroslav I "the Wise" of Novgorod; Saint Longinus, monk of Koryazhemsk (Vologda); New-Martyr Anatole, Metropolitan of Odessa; Martyr Haralambos (another) and three women companions; Saint Anastasius, Archbishop of Jerusalem; Saint John Chimchimeli the Philosopher; Venerable Zenon; Saint Merwinna, Abbess of Romsey; Saint Trumwin, Bishop of Abercorn; Saint Scholastica, nun of Plombariola; synaxis of the hierarchs of Novgorod, some of whose relics were buried in the Cathedral of the Holy Wisdom (Agia Sophia) in Novgorod (see also October 4): Sts. Joachim, Luke, Herman (Germanus), Arcadius, John (see September 7), Gregory, Martyrius, Anthony, Basil, Simeon, Euthymius (see March 11), Gennadius (see December 4), Pimen, Aphthonius (see April 6), Theodore, Gabriel, and Moses (see also January 25); Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos of Areovindus
The V. Rev. Raphael Morgan was a Jamaican-American priest of the Ecumenical Patriarchate, later the founder and superior of the Order of the Cross of Golgotha, and thought to be the first black Orthodox clergyman in America. Having recently been discovered, his life has garnered great interest, but much of his life still remains shrouded in mystery.
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