The main virtue of the Blessed Matrona’s life was in patience. A great patience, stemming from a purity of heart and passionate love for people; a kind of patience that the Holy Fathers of the Orthodox Church had prophesied would save people. The Blessed Matrona, just like any true Christian zealot, taught people Christianity not so much in words, as by the deeds of her whole life. Physically blind, she taught and continues to teach people true spiritual vision.
* Tatyana Shvetsova. [http://english.ruvr.ru/2007/05/11/133693.html SAINT BLESSED MATRONA]. The Voice of Russia. May 11, 2007 15:12 Moscow Time.
* [http://www.antiochian.org/node/18294 St. Matrona of Moscow]. The Self-Ruled Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America.