Blog posts tagged with 'saint'

The Morning Prayer of St. Philaret of Moscow

Monday, December 13, 2021 Comments (0)

 

Kevin J.N. Hughes

 

Saint Philaret of Moscow is a deeply important figure and one who bears our emulation. In his life he was called upon to shepherd the Church in Russia during a time of great turmoil and political upheaval. As a result of external factors, people were very unhappy, and Phil...

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Saintly Sketches: St. Xenia of Petersburg

Friday, November 12, 2021 Comments (0)

Kevin J. Hughes

St. Xenia of Petersburg is a unique saint. She is what is called a “Holy Fool”. To learn all about holy Fools and about life in Orthodox nations during the medieval times, a great book is Laurus. However, St. Xenia is a real life example.

Xenia was from St. Petersburg Russia, and...

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Sketches of the Saints: Nicholas the Passion Bearer

Monday, November 1, 2021 Comments (0)

St. Tsar Nicholas The Passion Bearer

 

This new series is intended to inspire us with the lives of holy people who have gone before. Sketches of the Saints will be a series that we have at least once a month, maybe more, it will feature a saint, sometimes a well-known saint, other times a less w...

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