Daniel the Hermit

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Saint '''Daniel the Hermit''' of Voroneţ, '''''Sf. Daniil Sihastru de la Voroneţ''''' in Romanian, was a 15th century monk and the spiritual father of [[Stephen the Great]], the Voievod of Moldova. Under his guidance, Stephen the Great defended Moldova from Ottoman invasion and dedicated himself and his rule to God.
 
Saint '''Daniel the Hermit''' of Voroneţ, '''''Sf. Daniil Sihastru de la Voroneţ''''' in Romanian, was a 15th century monk and the spiritual father of [[Stephen the Great]], the Voievod of Moldova. Under his guidance, Stephen the Great defended Moldova from Ottoman invasion and dedicated himself and his rule to God.
  
Daniel lived alone for a long period of time in a cell carved from a boulder in a forested valley close to [[Putna Monastery]]. His relics are housed at [[Voroneţ Monastery]] where he was the abbot and he was officially glorified by the Synod of the [[Church of Romania]] in 1992.
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Daniel lived alone for 14 years in a cell carved from a boulder in a forested valley close to [[Putna Monastery]], which is now used as a chapel according to the rules of Mount Athos. His relics are housed at [[Voroneţ Monastery]] and he was officially glorified by the Synod of the [[Church of Romania]] in 1992. He fell asleep in 1496 and his feast day is 18th December.
  
 
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Revision as of 04:29, March 15, 2005

Saint Daniel the Hermit of Voroneţ, Sf. Daniil Sihastru de la Voroneţ in Romanian, was a 15th century monk and the spiritual father of Stephen the Great, the Voievod of Moldova. Under his guidance, Stephen the Great defended Moldova from Ottoman invasion and dedicated himself and his rule to God.

Daniel lived alone for 14 years in a cell carved from a boulder in a forested valley close to Putna Monastery, which is now used as a chapel according to the rules of Mount Athos. His relics are housed at Voroneţ Monastery and he was officially glorified by the Synod of the Church of Romania in 1992. He fell asleep in 1496 and his feast day is 18th December.

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