Julian date Pascha aka "Easter." The Revised Julian
Calendar aka New Calendar celebrates Pascha on
the Julian Calendar, ergo Lent leading up to this
is not the same schedule as western Lent.
And today is memorialized St. Euthychius Patriarch
of Constantinople. Seems he was banished for a
time due to the scheming of the Origenists, but was
restored. Born c. AD 512 died AD 582.
Orthodox Wiki trying to keep the emperor Justinian,
revered as a saint, from any smear, claims that the
latter's acceptance of apthartodocetism is a lie and
his decree in its favor not to be found, only mentioned
in a history, but it seems that St. Euthychius was
arrested Jan.22 AD 565 because of his opposition to
the emperor's support of this heresy.
this heresy held "that Jesus Christ was imperishable and
was not able to suffer while dying on the Cross,"
This was originated by the Monophysite Bishop Julian
of Halicarnassus, and opposed by the Monophysite
Severus on the basis that our redemption was not
effected on the Cross if Jesus Christ's Incarnation was
not fully human.
"Toward the end of his life, Eutychius maintained an opinion
that after the resurrection the body will be "more subtle than air"
and no longer a tangible thing. This was considered heretical,
because it was taken as a denial of the doctrine of physical,
corporeal resurrection. The future Pope Gregory the Great,
then residing at Constantinople as Apocrisiarius, opposed this
opinion, citing Luke 24:39. Emperor Tiberius talked to the
disputants separately, and tried to reconcile them, but the
breach was persistent.