Synaxis of the Saints of Rostov

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==Yaroslav Wonderworkers==
 
==Yaroslav Wonderworkers==
*Princes Basil (+ 1249)
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*Princes Basil (+ [[June 8]] 1249) also commemorated  [[July 3]]
*Constantine (+ 1257)
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*Constantine (+ 1257) commemorated on [[June 8]] and [[July 3]]
*Theodore (+ 1299) and his sons David (+ 1321) and Constantine (XIV)
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*Theodore (+ 1299) and his sons David (+ 1321) and Constantine (XIV) commemorated on [[September 19]]
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==Pereslavl Wonderworkers==
 
==Pereslavl Wonderworkers==
 
*Prince [[Alexander Nevsky]] (+ 1263)  
 
*Prince [[Alexander Nevsky]] (+ 1263)  

Revision as of 09:10, February 7, 2007

The celebration of the Synaxis of the Rostov and Yaroslav Saints on May 23 was established by resolution of His Holiness Patriarch Alexis I (+ 1970) and the Holy Synod of the Russian Orthodox Church, on March 10, 1964.

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Contents

Rostov

  • Archimandrite Abraham the wonderworker (October 29, 1073-1077)
  • Right-believing Prince Basil (Vasilko) (March 4 + 1238)
  • Metropolitan Demetrius (+ October 28, 1709 and September 21)
  • Bishop Ignatius (+ May 28, 1288)
  • Monk Irenarchus the Hermit (+ January 13 1616)
  • Bishop Isaiah, wonderworker (+ May 15, 1090)
  • Blessed Isidore, Fool-for-Christ (+ May 14 1474)
  • Bishop James (+ November 27, 1391)
  • Blessed John of the Hair-Shirt (the Merciful), Fool-for-Christ (+ September 3 1580)
  • Bishop Leontius (+ May 23, 1073)
  • Peter, Tsarevich of Ordynsk (+ 1290) Archbishop Theodore (+ November 28, 1394)

Yaroslav Wonderworkers

  • Princes Basil (+ June 8 1249) also commemorated July 3
  • Constantine (+ 1257) commemorated on June 8 and July 3
  • Theodore (+ 1299) and his sons David (+ 1321) and Constantine (XIV) commemorated on September 19

Pereslavl Wonderworkers

  • Prince Alexander Nevsky (+ 1263)
  • Prince Andrew of Smolensk (15th c.)
  • Monk Daniel the Archimandrite (+ 1540)
  • Monk Nikita the Stylite (+ 1186)

Uglich Wonderworkers

  • Monk Cassian (+ 1504)
  • Tsarevich Demetrius (+ 1591)
  • Monk Ignatius of Lomsk (+ 1591)
  • Monk Paisius (+ 1504)
  • Prince Roman (+ 1285)

Poshekhonsk Wonderworkers

  • Hieromartyr Adrian (+ 1550)
  • Monk Gennadius of Liubimograd and Kostroma (+ 1565)
  • Monk Sebastian (+ 1542)
  • Monk Sylvester of Obnora (+ 1379)
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