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Luke (Voino-Yasenetsky) of Simferopol and Crimea

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[[Image:Agios Loukas.jpg|right|thumb|210px230px| Saint Luke (Voino-Yasenetsky) of Simferopol]][[Image:LukeSimferopol2.jpeg|right|thumb|230px|St Luke (Voino-Yasenetsky) of Simferopol]] [[Image:St. Luke Archbishop of Simferopol 2.jpg‎|right|thumb|250px230px|Photograph of St. Luke Archbishop of Simferopol]] [[Image:The Reliquary of St. Luke of Simferopol in Sagmata Monastery.jpg‎|right|thumb|230px|The Reliquary of St. Luke Archbishop of Simferopol in Sagmata Monastery, Greece]][[Image:LukeSimferopol2.jpeg|right|thumb|330px|St Luke (Voino-Yasenetsky) of Simferopol]]
Saint '''Luke, Bishop of Simferopol and Crimea, the Blessed Surgeon''', was born ''Valentin Felixovich Voino-Yasenetsky'' (''Валентин Феликсович Войно-Ясенецкий, Βαλεντίν Βόϊνο-Γιασενέτσκι''), [[April 14]], 1877 and died [[June 11]], 1961.
==The Troparion of St. Luke Archbishop of Simferopol==
:'''''Troparion of St. Luke of Simferopol - Tone 1'''
:''O herald of the way of salvation, confessor and archpastor of the Crimean flock, faithful keeper of the traditions of the fathers, unshakeable pillar and teacher of Orthodoxy, pray unceasingly to Christ our Saviour to grant salvation and strong faith to Orthodox Christians, O holy hierarch Luke, physician wise in God.'':<ref>Archdeacon Vasily Marushchak. ''From the 2nd Edition of The Blessed Surgeon, which contains the life and service of St. Luke. [ The Blessed Surgeon: The Life of Saint Luke, Archbishop of Simferopol]''. 2nd Edition. [[St. John of San Francisco Monastery (Manton, California)|Divine Ascent Press]], 2008. (Contains the life and service of St. Luke)</ref>
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