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Martyrs Sergius and Bacchus in Syria
Martyrs Sergius and Bacchus in Syria

The Martyrs Sergius and Bacchus in Syria were appointed to high positions in the army by the emperor Maximian (284-305), who did not know that they were Christians. Envious people informed Maximian that his two trusted counsellors did not honor the pagan gods. This was considered to be a crime…

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Venerable Sergius, Abbot of Nurma, disciple of Venerable Sergius of Radonezh, Vologda
Venerable Sergius, Abbot of Nurma, disciple of Venerable Sergius of Radonezh, Vologda

Saint Sergius, the Wonderworker of Nurma, was from Greece, and traveled from Mount Athos in order to consult with Saint Sergius of Radonezh (September 25), and to ask his advice on spiritual matters, even though he himself was already an experienced Elder. After spending some time with the great…

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Uncovering of the relics of Venerable Martinian, Abbot of Belozersk
Uncovering of the relics of Venerable Martinian, Abbot of Belozersk

Saint Martinian of White Lake, in the world Michael, was born in the year 1370 in the village of Berezniko, not far from the Cyrilov monastery. At age thirteen he left his parents and went secretly to Saint Cyril of White Lake (June 9), whom many described as a great ascetic. The young Martinian…

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Martyrs Julian the Presbyter and Caesarius the Deacon at Terracina

The Martyr Julian the Presbyter suffered martyrdom for Christ with Saint Caesarius the Deacon at Terracina, Italy in the first century. Saint Caesarius was thrown into prison for insulting the pagan gods. They later took him in bonds to the temple of Apollo, but before they got him near the pagan…

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Martyr Pelagia of Tarsus
Martyr Pelagia of Tarsus

Saint Pelagia of Tarsus in Cilicia (southeastern Asia Minor) lived in the third century, during the reign of Diocletian (284-305), and was the daughter of illustrious pagans. When she heard about Jesus Christ from her Christian friends, she believed in Him and desired to preserve her virginity,…

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Martyr Polychronius the Presbyter

The Martyr Polychronius the Presbyter was the son of a landowner, raised with a love for work and in Christian piety. Reaching maturity, Polychronius left his parents’ home for Constantinople and began to work for one of the rich vineyard owners. The vineyard owner was amazed at the…

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99 Martyred Fathers of Crete
99 Martyred Fathers of Crete

These 99 martyrs were from Crete. The most prominent among them was called John, and he was known as a wonderworker. He knelt so much in prayer that he was not able to walk, and had to move about on his knees. One day a woodsman saw him going about in this way. Thinking that it was some wild…

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“Tenderness” Icon of the Mother of God
“Tenderness” Icon of the Mother of God

The “Tenderness” Icon of the Most Holy Mother of God was found in the monastery of the caves in 1521, and was transferred to the city of Pskov by the pious Christians Basil and Theodore. The Icon is particularly renowned for the deliverance of Pskov and the Pskov Caves monastery from…

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Venerable Joseph the Elder and Wonderworker of Khevi, Georgia
Venerable Joseph the Elder and Wonderworker of Khevi, Georgia

Little is known about the life of Saint Joseph of Khevi. The Church is certain only that he was a native of Khevi (in northern Georgia) and served as a priest in that village. In addition to being great warriors, the people of Khevi have throughout history been remarkably steadfast in the Christian…

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