Synaxis of All Saints of Siberia

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The celebration of the Synaxis of All Saints of Siberia was established by the resolution of His Holiness Patriarch Pimen (Izvekov) of Moscow and All Russia and the Holy Synod of the Russian Orthodox Church in 1984. It is celebrated annually on June 10th.

Saints

  • Andrew, Igumen of Raphael (Tobolsk). May 14 (†1820)
  • Anthony, Metropolitan of Tobolsk. March 27. (†1740)
  • Arethas of Valaam & Verkhoturye. May 15 (†1910)
  • Barlaam, Archbishop of Tobolsk. December 27 (†1802)
  • Barlaam, desert-dweller of Chikoysk. October 5 (†1846)
  • Basil of Mangazea. March 22 (†1602), May 10 (translation of his relics in 1670), May 23 (All Saints of Rostov and of Yaroslavl).
  • Domna of Tomsk, Eldress, fool-for-Christ. December 16 (†1872)
  • Gerasimus, Bishop of Astrakhan and Enotaeva. June 24 (†1880)
  • John of Verkhoturye, fool-for-Christ. April 16 (†1701)
  • Macarius of Altai. May 16 (†1847)
  • Meletius, Bishop of Ryazan. January 14 (†1900)
  • Nectarius, Archbishop of Tobolsk. (†1666)
  • Peter, Metropolitan of Tobolsk. March 4 (†1820)
  • Philaret, Metropolitan of Kiev. December 2 (†1857)
  • Philotheus, Metropoltian of Tobolsk. May 31 (†1727)
  • Simeon, Metropolitan of Smolensk. January 4 (†1699)
  • Simeon of Verkhoturye. September 12 (the transfer of his relics in 1704), and December 18 (his glorification in 1694)
  • Sinesius of Irkutsk. May 10 (†1787)
  • Stephen of Omsk. June 30 (†1876)
  • Theodore Kuzmich, Elder of Tomsk. January 20 (†1864)

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