Theodore the Studite
Our Venerable and God-bearing Father Theodore the Studite (759-826) was a hymnographer and theologian as well as the abbot of the Monastery of St. John the Baptist in Studios, outside of Constantinople. His great theological contribution, On the Holy Icons, was for the defense of icons during the Second Iconoclasm Period (814-842). He is also known for his writings and influence on monastic reform. His feast day is on November 11, and the transfer of his relics from Cherson to Constantinople in 845 on January 26.
He and one of his brothers, St. Joseph the Confessor, Archbishop of Thessaloniki (also called "Joseph the Studite"; 762-832; July 14 and January 26), are known for their work on the Triodion, the service book for the first three weeks of Great Lent. The first Lenten weekday canon is attributed to St. Joseph and the second to St. Theodore.
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- Venerable Theodore the Confessor the Abbot of the Studion, November 11 (OCA)
- Translation of the relics of the Venerable Theodore the Abbot of Studion (OCA)
- St Theodore of Studion, January 26 (OCA)
- The Venerable Theodore the Studite (Prologue of Ohrid)
- Theodore the Studite from New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge, Vol XI: Son of Man - Tremellius at the Christian Classics Ethereal Library
- Theodore of the Studium from Hymns of the Eastern Church at the Christian Classics Ethereal Library
- St. Theodore of Studium from the Catholic Encyclopedia at the Christian Classics Ethereal Library
- Theodore the Studite on Wikipedia
- Theodore the Studite
- Writings of St. Theodore the Studite
- Medieval Sourcebook: Theodore of Studium: Reform Rules (d.826)
- Theodore Studites: Testament of Theodore the Studite for the Monastery of St. John Stoudios in Constantinople (PDF)