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.

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Saints

  • Andrew, Igumen of Raphael (Tobolsk). May 14 (†1820)[1]
  • Anthony, Metropolitan of Tobolsk. March 27. (†1740)[2]
  • Arethas of Valaam & Verkhoturye. May 15 (†1910)[3]
  • Barlaam, desert-dweller of Chikoysk. October 5 (†1846)[5]
  • Basil of Mangazea. March 22 (†1602), May 10 (translation of his relics in 1670), May 23 (All Saints of Rostov and of Yaroslavl)[6]
  • Gerasimus, Bishop of Astrakhan and Enotaeva. June 24 (†1880)[12]
  • John of Verkhoturye, fool-for-Christ. April 16 (†1701)[17]
  • Nectarius, Archbishop of Tobolsk. (†1667)[22]
  • Peter, Metropolitan of Tobolsk. March 4 (†1820)

Notes

  1. On June 18th, 1700, Tsar Peter the Great published an Ukase (imperial edict) that made a resounding appeal for the propagation of the Orthodox faith in Siberia and China. In response to the Ukase of 1700, Philothei (Leschinsky) of Kiev was chosen as the Metropolitan of Tobolsk and All Siberia (1702-1711), long since a center of missionary operations, in order to "lead the natives in China and Siberia to the service of the true and living God." He built 37 churches and personally accounted for the baptism of 40,000 Siberian tribesmen by 1721.

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  4. Варлаам (Петров). Russian Wikipedia.
  5. Варлаам Чикойский. Russian Wikipedia.
  6. Василий Мангазейский. Russian Wikipedia.
  7. Василиск Сибирский. Russian Wikipedia.
  8. Косма Верхотурский. Russian Wikipedia.
  9. Даниил Ачинский. Russian Wikipedia.
  10. Димитрий Ростовский. Russian Wikipedia.
  11. Домна Томская. Russian Wikiepdia.
  12. Герасим (Добросердов). Russian Wikipedia.
  13. Герман Аляскинский. Russian Wikipedia.
  14. Иннокентий (Кульчицкий). Russian Wikipedia.
  15. Иннокентий (Вениаминов). Russian Wikipedia.
  16. Иоанн Тобольский. Russian Wikipedia.
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  21. Мисаил Абалацкий. Russian Wikipedia.
  22. Нектарий (Теляшин). Russian Wikipedia.
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  24. Филарет (Амфитеатров). Russian Wikipedia.
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