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Our father among the saints Gregory the Wonderworker, also known as Gregory Thaumaturgus or Gregory of Neocaesarea, (ca. 213 – ca. 270 AD) was a Christian bishop of the 3rd century. He is commemorated by the Church on November 17.
- "The teaching about the Holy Trinity in Orthodox Theology is based on it. Subsequently it was used by the holy Fathers of the Church: Basil the Great, Gregory the Theologian, and Gregory of Nyssa. The Symbol of St Gregory of Neocaesarea was later examined and affirmed in the year 325 by the First Ecumenical Council, showing his enduring significance for Orthodoxy."
- You became worthy of your name through your way of life:
- Through your vigilance in prayer and your constant constant works of mercy.
- Therefore, O Father Gregory, beseech Christ God to enlighten our minds,
- That we may not sleep in sin, which leads to death!
- You received the power to perform miracles,
- Frightening the devils and healing the sick through your wonderworking.
- All-wise Father Gregory,
- Your deeds truly entitle you to be called "Wonderworker"!
- Gregory Thaumaturgus his writings at the Christian Classics Ethereal Library
- Archive of The Life of Gregory the Wonderworker by St. Gregory of Nyssa, translated by Richard McCambly, with an introduction by David A. Salomon
- On the Holy Spirit: Chapter 29: Enumeration of the illustrious men in the Church who in their writings have used the word "with.", section 74, by St. Basil the Great
- St Gregory the Wonderworker of Neocaesarea (OCA)
- St Gregory the Wonderworker (GOAA)
- Saint Gregory the Wonderworker, Bishop of Neocaesarea (Prologue of Ohrid)
- Gregory the Wonderworker & Bishop of Neo-Caesarea (GOARCH)
- St. Gregory Thaumaturgus (St. Pachomius Library)
- Gregory Thaumaturgus at Wikipedia
- Gregory Thaumaturgus
- San Gregorio Taumaturgo, Padre della Chiesa d'Oriente e d'Occidente (Italian)