23rd November (10th November O.S.):
- AEDH MACBRICC (ÁED MAC BRICC), (Sixth Century), a disciple of St. Illadan (10th June) at Rathlihen in Offaly and Bishop of Meath. He was the founder of churches at Rahugh and other places throughout his See.
- ELAETH THE KING, (Sixth Century), a Briton forced to flee to Wales by the Picts. He became a monk with St. Seiriol (1st February) in Anglesey in Wales. He was a poet as well and some of his poems are still extent.
- GUEREMBALDUS, a monk at Hirschau who, out of humility, refused to become Bishop of Spire. He reposed in A.D. 965.
- HADELIN (ADELHEIM), a monk, then Abbot of Saint-Calais, and then Bishop of Séez from circa A.D. 884 until his repose circa A.D. 910.
- JUSTUS OF CANTERBURY, was sent from his native Italy by St. Gregory the Dialogist(3rd September) in A.D. 601 to assist the evangelisation of the English. In A.D. 604 he became first Bishop of Rochester, and in A.D. 624 he succeeded St. Mellitus (24th April) as the fourth Archbishop of Canterbury, serving that See until his repose in A.D. 627.
- LEO THE GREAT, (On Eastern Calendars 18th February), in all probability born in Tuscany, he became Bishop of Rome in A.D. 440, and fought against many heresies. His illustrious Tomos defined the Orthodox belief in the Two Natures and One Person of Christ, and was later acclaimed as the as the teaching of the Orthodox Church at the Council of Chalcedon in A.D. 451. Undoubtly the most famous event of his life was his meeting in A.D. 452 with Attila the Hun outside the gates of Rome which resulted in the salvation of the city. St. Leo the Great reposed in A.D. 461.
- MONITOR, the twelfth Bishop of Orléans, he reposed circa A.D. 490.
- PROBUS, a native of Rome who was the sixth Bishop of Ravenna. He reposed circa A.D. 175 and his relics are venerated at his Cathedral.
- TIBERIUS, MODESTUS AND FLORENTIA, martyrs under Diocletian at Agde in southern Gaul circa A.D. 303.
* - Prior to the Schism the Patriarchate of Rome was Orthodox and fully in communion with the Orthodox Church. As Saint John of Shanghai and San Francisco +1966 said "The West was Orthodox for a thousand years, and her venerable Liturgy is far older than any of her heresies."
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