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==Miracles==
Many miracles are mentioned as being done by God through Saint Paraskeve. According with the miracles [http://www.sfantaparascheva.com/minuni.php described here], Saint Paraskeve helped people with:
:---marriage , finding a great spouse:---health related issues:---finding stolen objects:---escaping from the power of sick angels:---exams and studying:---finding a job:---finding a place to live:---finding resources and ways for coming to pilgrimage to her relics :---defending the Iasi city on war:---stopping the theft:---building a Church:---defending the church:---defending life even of the unborn:---defending food from bugs
Miracles described took place because people did one or more of the following:
:---prayed to the Saint in front of her relics asking for help:---read the Akhatist of the saint in front of her relics:---reading the Akhatist and the Paraclete in front of the Holy relics:---left a diptych to be comemorated at Holy Liturgy:---gave a diptych to the Church that has the Holy relics through another person visiting the Church:---prayed to the saint at home
Because of the multitude of miracles done by the Saint Paraskeve, on the day of her celebration, tens of thousand of people are coming into pilgrimage at her relics. It is possible that in the day of the celebration of a Saint, the Saint to be able to perform more miracles.
Observation:
 
:When praying to God or in front of the relics of a Saint it is good to pray for both problems you know about and problems you don't know about. Regarding the problems you don't know about, you can pray for whatever Mother of God knows that you need.
 
:A diptych is a list on which names of persons alive or departed are recorded to be read for help at Holy Liturgy in front of God. The names of living and departed are written usually in two different columns. On the diptych, in the end can be mentioned "with all their relatives" as to give help to as many people as possible. Also it is customary to write people you don't know as a way of mercy.
Observation:After doing some prayer or actions is good to pray for these to be useful.
:When praying to God visiting the relics of a Saint, one can put a piece of cloth that does not get washed like a napkin or glasses or in front of other objects on the relics of the saints . One can see a Saint it myrrh flagrance coming from some of the objects that touched the saint relics. It is good useful then from time to time to pray for both problems you know about and problems you don't know about. Regarding touch with these objects the head or the parts of the body with problems you don't know about, you can pray for whatever Mother of God knows that you need.
A diptych is a list on which names ==Pilgrimage==The Holy relics of persons alive or departed Saint Paraskeve are recorded to be read for help at Holy Liturgy located in front city Iasi, a city that have an [http://www.aeroport.ro/index.php/ro/plecari/articol/dezvoltare-si-modernizare.html International Airport of Goda smaller scale] connected to the World. The names of living and departed relics are written usually in two different columnslocated into the [http://maps.google. On the diptychcom/maps?ie=UTF-8&q=catedrala+mitropolitana+Iasi+harta&fb=1&gl=us&hq=catedrala+mitropolitana&hnear=0x40cafb7cf639ddbb:0x7ccb80da5426f53c,Ia%C8%99i,+Romania&cid=0,0, in the end 7148799511352223145&ei=tgMEUd6TPIT49QT9uYFI&ved=0CLsBEPwSMAc Metropolitan Cathedral] and can be mentioned "with all their relatives" as to give help to as many people as possiblevenerated at any time the Church is open. The [http://www.youtube. Also it com/watch?v=sz9nUngeg0w Metropolitan Cathedral] is customary to write people you don't know as a way of mercyusually open every day.
After doing some prayer or actions is good to pray for these to be useful.
==External links==
*[http://ocafs.oca.org/FeastSaintsViewer.asp?SID=4&ID=1&FSID=102968 Venerable Parasceva (Petka)] ([[OCA]])
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