Cosmas and Damian

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*[[Cosmas and Damian (Rome)|Cosmas and Damian]] of Rome ([[July 1]])
 
*[[Cosmas and Damian (Rome)|Cosmas and Damian]] of Rome ([[July 1]])
:These Saints, who are different from those that are celebrated in November, were from Rome. They were physicians, freely bestowing healing upon beasts and men, asking nothing from the healed other than that they confess and believe in Christ. They ended their life in martyrdom in the year 284, under the Emperors Carinus and Numerian.
 
:;[[Apolytikion]] in the Plagal of the Fourth [[Tone]]
 
:Sainted Unmercenaries and Wonder Workers, regard our infirmities; freely you have received, freely share with us.
 
:;[[Kontakion]] in the Second [[Tone]]
 
:Having received the grace of healing, ye extend health to those in need, O glorious and wonderworking physicians.  Hence, by your visitation, cast down the audacity of our enemies, and by your miracles, heal the world.
 
 
*[[Cosmas and Damian (Asia Minor)|Cosmas and Damian]] of Asia Minor ([[November 1]])
 
*[[Cosmas and Damian (Asia Minor)|Cosmas and Damian]] of Asia Minor ([[November 1]])
 
*[[Cosmas and Damian (Arabia)|Cosmas and Damian]] of Arabia ([[October 17]])
 
*[[Cosmas and Damian (Arabia)|Cosmas and Damian]] of Arabia ([[October 17]])
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Latest revision as of 08:16, July 1, 2008

Cosmas and Damian may refer to several different pairs of unmercenary saints:


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