Friday, September 11, 2009

Eastern Orthodox Wonderworkers: 13th Century

13th Century
St. Abraham of Smolensk (archimandrite) [1150-1224] - (1)
Abraham the Bulgar, Vladimir Wonderworker (martyr & Muslim convert) [†4/1/1229] - (1)

Agapius of Vatopedi, Mt. Athos () [†3/1/13th c.] - (1)

St. Agatho of the Kiev Far Caves (monk) [†2/20/13th c.](1) healed the sick by laying his hands on them; (2) prophesied the time of his death; (3) prophesied other things

Alexander Nevsky (Алекса́ндр Яросла́вич Не́вский: Grand Prince of Novgorod and Vladimir, converted to the Catholic faith in 1248 by Pope Innocent IV of Rome) [6/5/1221-11/14/1263] - (1) ; (2) ; (3)
Anthony of Novgorod (abbot of Dymsk) [1157-6/24/1224] - (1) incorrupt relics uncovered (undecayed) in 1330, 106 years after his repose; (2) many miracles worked from relics
St. Athanasius the Recluse of the Kiev Far Caves (monk) [†12/2/13th c.] - (1) Heavenly light eliminated the need for candles in his cave; (2) posthumous healings "to all who approach him with faith"

Basil Ratishvili of Georgia () [†4/18/13th c.] - (1)

Basil the Wonderworker of Ryazan (bishop) [†7/3/1295] - (1)

Basil Vsevolodovich of Yaroslav (prince) [†1249] - (1) incorrupt relics

Constantine Vsevolodovich of Yaroslav (incorrupt prince) [†1257] - (1)

Damian of Mt. Athos (monk in Esthigmena skete) [†2/23/1280] - (1)

Dimitry the Devoted of Georgia (king martyr) [†3/16/1289] - (1)

Dovmont-Timothy of Pskov (Prince of Pskov) [d. 5/20/1299] - (1)
Eulogius the Prophet of Salosi, Georgia (Fool-for-Christ) [†13th c.] - (1)

Euphrosyne of Suzdal (princess who became a nun) [1212-9/25/1250] - (1)

Eupraxia of Pskov (Euphrosyne: princess who became abbess) [†5/8/1243] - (1)

Princess Febronia (tonsured David and Euphrosyne), Wonderworkers of Murom [both died 6/25/1228] – (1)

George the Great of Vladimir (Prince of Vladimir) [1189-3/4/1238] - (1)
St. Ignatius the Wonderworker of Murom (Bishop of Rostov) [†5/28/1288](1) many miracles at his grave; (2)

Ignatius of Smolensk (Bishop of Smolensk) [†1/29/1210](1) heavenly light shone upon him after he died, filling onlookers with fear

St. Longinus the Gatekeeper of the Kiev Far Caves () [†10/16/13th c.] - (1)

St. Mark the Grave-Digger of the Kiev Near Caves () [†13th c.] - (1) ; (2)

St. Martyrius the Recluse of the Kiev Far Caves (monk) [†10/25/13th c.] - (1)

Mercerius of Smolensk () [†11/24/1239] - (1)

St. Michael the Wonderworker of Chernigov (Михаил Всеволодович: Grand Prince of Kiev & martyr) [1179-9/20/1246] - (1)

St. Pambo the Recluse of the Kiev Far Caves () [†7/18/1241] - (1)

St. Pancratius of the Kiev Caves () [†5/9/13th c.] - (1)

St. Paphnutius the Recluse of the Kiev Caves () [†2/15/13th c.] - (1)

St. Parasceva Petka the New, Wonderworker of Serbia () [†10/14/1201] - (1) incorrupt relics; (2) ; (3)


Peter of Korisha () [1211-6/5/1275] - (1)

Peter of Murom (tonsured David) [†6/25/1288](1)

Peter of Ordinsk, Rostov (prince) [†6/30/1290] - (1)

Philothea of Thrace (child-martyress & the Protectress of Romania) [1206-12/7/13th c.] - (1)

Roman of Uglich (prince) [10/1/1235-2/3/1285] - (1) incorrupt relics

St. Sava the Recluse, Wonderworker of the Kiev Far Caves () [†4/24/13th c.] - (1)

St. Sava I of Serbia (Сава: Catholic Archbishop of Serbia) [1175-1/14/1235](1) Theotókos cured him of extreme depression and filled him with joy after his separation from Mt. Athos when she told him in a dream, "Having My Patronage to the King of all, My Son and God, about what dost thou still sorrow?"
Shalva of Akhaltsikhe, Georgia (martyr) [†6/17/1227] - (1)
Simon the Myrrh-gusher (founder of Simonopetra Monastery on Mt. Athos) [†12/28/1287](1)

Stephen the myrrh-gusher (in monasticism Simeon: Catholic Prince/King of Serbia) [†2/13/1200] – (1)

Tamara the Great of Georgia (Empress of Georgia) [1166-5/1/1213] - (1)
St. Theodore the Wonderworker of Chernigov (counselor & martyr) [†1246] - (1)

St. Theodore the Silent of the Kiev Caves () [†2/17/13th c.] - (1)

St. Theodore the Black of Smolensk and Yaroslavl (prince) [†9/19/1299] - (1) incorrupt relics

Theodore Yaroslavich (Prince of Novgorod and brother of St. Alexander Nevsky) [1218-6/5/1233] - (1) incorrupt relics found by pillaging Swedes in 1614, 381 years after his repose
Theophilus the Silent, Recluse and Wonderworker of the Kiev Near Caves () [†13th c.] - (1)

St. Zachariah the Faster of Kiev Far Caves (monk who ate only grass only once a day) [†3/24/13th century] - (1) demons trembled at the mention of his name; (2) often saw angels

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