Episcopalian Liturgical Calendar Includes Reference to
The readings and prayer are as follows:
See this page on The Lectionary website (click here) - it is a collection lectionary resources for the Episcopal Church.
This is on St. Mark's Episcopal Church Homepage (click here)
"The faithful light votives before an icon of Saint Damien at St. Mark's. Father Damien de Veuster was the Roman Catholic priest who cared for the victims of Hansen's Disease (leprosy) in Kalaupapa, Molokai. We also commemorate Mother Marianne Cope, who when Father Damien died, provided the necessary leadership and care for the patients of Kalaupapa. Father Damien and Mother Marianne are the patron saints of persons with leprosy, persons with HIV/AIDS, outcasts, and the State of Hawai'i. They are regularly invoked to pray for us, along with our patronal saints, St. Mark and Queen Emma." (St. Mark's is located in Honolulu, Hawaii)
Information About the Veneration in the Episcopal Church
"The veneration of saints in the Episcopal Church is a continuation of an ancient tradition from the early Church which honors important people of the Christian faith. The usage of the term "saint" is similar to Roman Catholic and Orthodox traditions. Those inclined to the Anglo-Catholic tradition may explicitly invoke saints as intercessors in prayer. The saints are also recognized as examples in history of good Christian men and women.
The Episcopal Church does not canonize individuals, holding instead that all baptized Christians are saints of God and have the potential to be examples of faith to others. Episcopalians pray for each other and for all Christians as members of the Communion of Saints, including both the living and the dead, since all are in the hands of God. With this understanding, a wide variety of Christians from various denominations and traditions are thought of as "saints" in the Episcopal Church...," (taken from the Episcopal/Anglican/Religion Community website)