July 3 (Eastern Orthodox liturgics)
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All fixed commemorations below celebrated on July 16 by Old Calendarists
- Martyr Hyacinth of Caesarea in Cappadocia (108) and Diomedes, Eulampius, Asclepiodotus and Golinduch, who suffered with Hyacinth.
- Venerable Nicodemus of Kozhe Lake, abbot (1640)
- Martyrs Mocius and Mark (4th century)
- Saint Anatolius, Patriarch of Constantinople (458)
- Saint Alexander, founder of the Monastery of the Unsleeping Ones on the Euphrates (430)
- Saint Isaiah the Solitary from Scetis in Egypt, died in Gaza (491)
- Saint Basil the Bishop of Ryazan (1295)
- Holy Princes Basil (1249) and Constantine (1257) of Yaroslavl
- Saints John and Longinus, Wonderworkers of Yarensk (Solovki)
- Blessed John of Moscow the Fool-For-Christ (c. 1589)
- Blessed Michael and Thomas, fools-for-Christ of Solvychegodsk (Vologda).
- Translation of the relics of Hieromartyr Philip of Moscow, metropolitan and wonderworker (1652)
- Icon of the Mother of God the "Milk-Giver" of the Hilandar Monastery on Mt. Athos