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* [[Philoumenos (Hasapis) of Jacob's Well]] (†1979)
 
* [[Philoumenos (Hasapis) of Jacob's Well]] (†1979)
 
* [[Paul (de Ballester-Convallier) of Nazianzus]] (†1984)
 
* [[Paul (de Ballester-Convallier) of Nazianzus]] (†1984)
* [[John (Karastamatis) of Santa Cruz]] (†1985)
 
 
* [[Alexander Men]] (†1990)
 
* [[Alexander Men]] (†1990)
 
* [[Nestor (Savchuk)]] (†1993)
 
* [[Nestor (Savchuk)]] (†1993)
 
* [[New Martyrs of Optina Pustyn]] (†1993)
 
* [[New Martyrs of Optina Pustyn]] (†1993)
 
* [[Jose Muñoz-Cortes]] (†1997)
 
* [[Jose Muñoz-Cortes]] (†1997)
* [[Daniil Sysoyev]] (†2009)
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* [[Daniel Sysoev]] (†2009)
  
 
==Sources==
 
==Sources==

Latest revision as of 08:50, September 26, 2014

The title of New Martyr was originally given to martyrs under heretical rulers (the original martyrs being under pagans), then later to the Church's martyrs under Islam and various modern atheistic regimes, especially Communist.

Contents

New Martyrs under the Ottoman yoke

New Martyrs and Confessors of Russia

Serbian New Martyrs

New Martyrs of the Boxer Rebellion

New Martyrs of the Modern Era

Sources

  • Blackwell Dictionary of Eastern Christianity, 341-43
  • Vaporis, Rev. Nomikos Michael. Witnesses for Christ: Orthodox Christian Neomartyrs of the Ottoman Period 1437-1860
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