Symeon (disambiguation)

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There are several saints named Symeon or Simeon, including the following:
 
There are several saints named Symeon or Simeon, including the following:
  
*'''[[Simeon the God-receiver]]''' was a [[prophet]] who was present when [[Jesus]] was brought into the temple as an infant (celebrated as the feast of the [[Presentation]]), and is credited with the ''Prayer of St. Simeon'' or ''Nunc Dimittis''.
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*'''[[Simeon the God-receiver]]''' was a [[prophet]] who was present when [[Jesus]] was brought into the temple as an infant (celebrated as the feast of the [[Presentation]]), and is credited with the ''Prayer of St. Simeon'' or ''Nunc Dimittis''. ([[February 3]])
*'''[[Symeon the Stylite]]''' (c. 390-459) was the first saint to live [[ascetic]]ally on a pillar, or ''style''.
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*'''[[Apostle Symeon]]''' was one of the [[Apostles#The Seventy|Seventy Apostles]]. ([[April 27]])
*'''[[Symeon the New Theologian]]''' (949–1022) is well-known for his theological works.
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*'''[[Symeon the Stylite]]''' (c. 390-459) was the first saint to live [[ascetic]]ally on a pillar, or ''style''. ([[September 1]])
*'''[[Simeon the Myrrh-flowing]]''' (c. 1109-1199) was a Serbian monarch (Stefan Nemanja) and the father of St. [[Sava of Serbia]].
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*Symeon of Emesa, Fool-for-Christ (sixth century) ([[July 21]])
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*'''[[Symeon the New Theologian]]''' (949–1022) is well-known for his theological works. ([[March 12]] or [[October 12]])
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*'''Simeon Metaphrastes ("the Translator")''' (tenth century) ([[November 9]])
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*'''[[Simeon the Myrrh-flowing]]''' (c. 1109-1199) was a Serbian monarch (Stefan Nemanja) and the father of St. [[Sava of Serbia]]. ([[February 13]])
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*Venerable '''Simeon''' ([[February 1]], with Venerable David)
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*'''Simeon''', Bishop of Novgorod ([[February 10]])
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*Venerable '''Simeon''' ([[April 9]])
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*Hieromartyr '''Simeon''', Bishop in Persia ([[April 17]])
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*Saint '''Simeon''' the Bishop of Vladimir and Suzdal of the Kiev Near Caves ([[May 10]])
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*New-Martyr '''Simeon''' of Trebizond ([[August 14]])
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*New-Martyr '''Simeon''' of Samokov ([[August 21]])
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*Righteous '''Simeon''', Wonder-worker of Verkhoturye ([[December 18]] and [[September 12]])
 
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There are also other persons with this name:
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*Simeon, son of Jacob and Leah, brother to Joseph
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*[[Simeon of Antioch|Simeon I]], Patriarch of Antioch (834-840)
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*[[Simeon II of Antioch|Simeon II]], Patriarch of Antioch (1245-1268)
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*Fr. '''[[Simeon Michiro Mii]]''' (1858-1940)
  
  
 
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Revision as of 08:21, October 17, 2007

Symeon means one who hears or God hears.

There are several saints named Symeon or Simeon, including the following:

There are also other persons with this name:


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