There is an error in the listing provided by Ukiemeister of the three feasts of the Savior in August. Two of them are correctly listed as the Transfiguration (Aug. 6) and the Translation of the "Not Made by Hands" icon from Edessa to Constantinople (Aug. 16). The third feast, on August 1, is, in fact, the Procession of the Wood of the Cross of the Lord, which has nothing to do with the description given by the source cited in Ukie's post.
The feasts for the icon of the Mother of God Bogolyubskaya, and of St Andrei Bogolyubsky are on June 18 and July 4, respectively. There is no feast of the Orthodox Church dedicated to the love and compassion of Christ in any of the calendars or menaia I have at hand, of whatever Orthodox tradition.