Friday, September 11, 2009

Eastern Orthodox Wonderworkers: 11th Century

11th Century
St. Abraham of Rostov (Abercius: Archimandrite of Rostov) [†10/29/1073] – (1)
Agapitus of the Kiev Near Caves (unmercenary physician) [†6/1/1094] - (1)

St. Anthony of the Kiev Far Caves (Antipas: monk & founder of Russian monasticism) [983-5/7/1073] - (1)
Arcadius of Vyazma and Novy Torg () [†12/13/1077] - (1)

Basil of the Kiev Near Caves (monk-martyr) [†8/11/1098] - (1)

Damian the Healer of the Kiev Caves (priest) [†1073] - (1) healings

Eustratius of the Kiev Near Caves (monk-martyr) [†3/28/1096] - (1)
George the Builder of Mt. Athos (monk) [†7/28/1033] - (1) incorrupt relics

George of Iberia and Mt. Athos (monk) [1009-6/29/1066] - (1)
George the Scribe of Khakhuli () [†12/19/mid-11th c.] - (1)

Gregory the Wonderworker of the Kiev Near Caves (monk-martyr) [†1/8/1093] - (1)
Hilarion (Metropolitan of Kiev) [†10/21/11th c.] - (1)

Isaac the Recluse of Kiev Caves (monk and fool-for-Christ) [†2/14/1090] - (1)
St. Isaiah the Wonderworker of Rostov (bishop) [†1090] - (1)
Jeremiah the Clairvoyant of the Kiev Caves (monk) [†1070] - (1) prophecy; (2) clairvoyance: could see the moral condition of a person

Prince John-Vladimir the Wonderworker of Bulgaria () [†5/22/1015] - (1)

Lazarus the Wonderworker of Mt. Galesius Near Ephesus () [†11/7/1054] - (1)

St. Leontius the Wonderworker of Murom (Bishop of Rostov) [†5/23/1073](1)
Matthew the Clairvoyant of the Kiev Caves (elder monk) [†1088] - (1) clairvoyant: could see into the spiritual world and tell his brethren how to avoid endangering their souls

Moses the Hungarian of the Kiev Near Caves (monk-martyr) [†9/28/1043](1)

St. Stephen of the Kiev Far Caves (abbot of Pechersk and bishop of Vladimir in Volhynia) [†4/27/1094] - (1)
St. Symeon the New Theologian () [†3/12/1021] - (1)
Theodore of the Kiev Near Caves (monk-martyr) [†8/11/1098] - (1)

St. Theodosius of the Kiev Far Caves (abbot & Father of cenobitic monasticism in Russia) [†5/3/1074] - (1) incorrupt relics found in 1091, 17 years after his repose; (2) foretold his end; (3) trusted in God and prayed during bread shortage and "unknown benefactors" came to deliver bread to the monastery
Vladimir Yaroslavich the Wonderworker of Novgorod () [1020-10/4/1052] - (1)

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