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The Evrytanian Saints is a title given by the Holy Synod of the Church of Greece to define the twelve Saints associated with the region of Evrytania in Greece.
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The '''Evrytanian Saints''' is a title given by the [[Holy Synod]] of the [[Church of Greece]] to define the twelve [[saint]]s associated with the region of Evrytania in Greece.
  
 
The feast of All Evrytanian Saints was established by the Holy Synod of the Church of Greece in 1971 to honor these elect servants on the last Sunday of August.  
 
The feast of All Evrytanian Saints was established by the Holy Synod of the Church of Greece in 1971 to honor these elect servants on the last Sunday of August.  
  
 
These Saints are:  
 
These Saints are:  
 
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*1. St. Andrew the Hermit and Wonderworker ([[May 15]])  
1. Saint Andrew the Hermit and Wonderworker (May 15)  
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*2. St. Michael the Mavroudis (Thursday of Bright Week)  
2. Saint Michael the Mavroudis (Thursday of Bright Week)  
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*3. St. Damian the Monk ([[February 14]])  
3. Saint Damian the Monk (February 14)  
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*4. St. Seraphim the New Hieromartyr ([[December 4]])  
4. Saint Seraphim the New Hieromartyr (December 4)  
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*5. St. Nicholas the Pantopolis, the New Martyr from Karpenisi ([[September 23]])  
5. Saint Nicholas the Pantopolis, the New Martyr from Karpenisi (September 23)  
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*6. St. Cyprian the New Righteous-martyr ([[July 5]])  
6. Saint Cyprian the New Righteous-martyr (July 5)  
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*7. St. Akakios the New, the Kavsokalyvites ([[April 4]])  
7. Saint Akakios the New, the Kavsokalyvites (April 4)  
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*8. St. Gerasimos the New, the Karpenisiotis ([[July 3]])  
8. Saint Gerasimos the New, the Karpenisiotis (July 3)  
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*9. St. Evgenios the Aitolos ([[August 5]])  
9. Saint Evgenios the Aitolos (August 5)  
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*10. St. Romanos the New Righteous-martyr ([[January 5]] and [[February 16]])  
10. Saint Romanos the New Righteous-martyr (January 5 and February 16)  
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*11. St. Kosmas the Aitolos ([[August 24]])  
11. Saint Kosmas the Aitolos (August 24)  
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*12. St. John the New Martyr and Former Hagarene ([[September 23]])
12. Saint John the New Martyr and Former Hagarene (September 23)
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[[Category:Saints]]
 
[[Category:Saints]]
 
[[Category:Greek Saints]]
 
[[Category:Greek Saints]]
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The Evrytanian Saints is a title given by the Holy Synod of the Church of Greece to define the twelve saints associated with the region of Evrytania in Greece.

The feast of All Evrytanian Saints was established by the Holy Synod of the Church of Greece in 1971 to honor these elect servants on the last Sunday of August.

These Saints are:

  • 1. St. Andrew the Hermit and Wonderworker (May 15)
  • 2. St. Michael the Mavroudis (Thursday of Bright Week)
  • 3. St. Damian the Monk (February 14)
  • 4. St. Seraphim the New Hieromartyr (December 4)
  • 5. St. Nicholas the Pantopolis, the New Martyr from Karpenisi (September 23)
  • 6. St. Cyprian the New Righteous-martyr (July 5)
  • 7. St. Akakios the New, the Kavsokalyvites (April 4)
  • 8. St. Gerasimos the New, the Karpenisiotis (July 3)
  • 9. St. Evgenios the Aitolos (August 5)
  • 10. St. Romanos the New Righteous-martyr (January 5 and February 16)
  • 11. St. Kosmas the Aitolos (August 24)
  • 12. St. John the New Martyr and Former Hagarene (September 23)


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