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Icon of St. Edward the Passion-bearer of England - 20th c. (1ED01)
St. Edward the Passion-bearer and King of England (+March 18, 978/979)
Commemorated March 18
King Edward “was a young man of great devotion and excellent conduct. He was completely Orthodox, good and of holy life...
Icon of St. Edwin of Northumbria - (1ED02)
St. Edwin of Northumbria (October 12, 632/633)
Commemorated October 12
St. Edwin was the son of Alla, King of Deira. He was cheated out of his kingdom when his father died, and he fled to East Anglia, where he...
Icon of St. Felicity of Rome - (1FE10)
St. Felicity of Rome (+165)
Commemorated November 23
St.. Felicity is said to have been a rich and pious Christian widow with seven sons. She was devoted to charitable work and many people were converted to...
Icon of St. Fiacre of Breuil - (1FI10)
Saint Fiacre of Breuil, Patron Saint of Gardeners
Commemorated August 30th
From Saint Fiacre's scroll: “O Lord our God Who didst adorn the earth with herbs and grasses, and with the sowing of seed, and hath...
Icon of St. Genevieve of Paris - (1GA20)
St Genevieve of Paris (+512)
Commemorated January 3
St. Genevieve was born of wealthy parents near Paris, and according to the custom at the time, she often tended her father’s flocks on Mt. Valerien. When...
Icon of St. Giles the Hermit - (1GA50)
St. Giles the Hermit (+712)
Commemorated September 1
St. Giles (also known as Aegidius) is thought to have been born in Athens, the son of Theodore and Pelagia, in about 640. When he was twenty-four his parents died,...
Icon of St. Gregory the Dialogist - (1GD15)
St. Gregory (I) the Great the Dialogist and Pope of Rome (+March 12, 604)
Commemorated March 12
St. Gregory was the Pope of Rome from September 3, 590 until his repose on March 12, 604. He is noted for his...
Icon of St. Hosios of Cordova - 20th c. - (1HO10)
St. Hosios of Cordova (+358)
Commemorated on August 27
St. Hosius (ca. 256-358) was probably born in Roman Cordova, Spain although there is belief that he was a native of Egypt. He lived a life true to his...
Icon of St. Ina of Wales - (1IN25)
St. Ina of Wales (+5th c.)
St. Ina was the daughter of Ceredig ab Cunedda Wledig (c. 420–453), and a granddaughter of Cunedda Wledig, the patriarch of the royal dynasty of Gwynedd...
Icon of St. Irenaios of Lyons - 20th c. - (1IR10)
St. Irenaios of Lyons (+202)
Commemorated August 23
The Hieromartyr Irenaeus, Bishop of Lyons, was born in Smyrna (Asia Minor). As a young man, he received the finest education, studying poetics,...
Icon of St. Justin Martyr the Philosopher - 20th c. - (1JU10)
St. Justin the Martyr the Philosopher (+165)
Commemorated June 1
St. Justin was one of the earliest Christian apologists. A convert to Christianity, he was a prolific writer. His notable work of two “Apologies”...
Icon of St. Justin Martyr the Philosopher - 20th c. - (1JU12)
Icon of St. Kenneth of Aghaboe - (1KE15)
ST KENNETH, ABBOT OF AGHABOE IN IRELAND (+600)
Commemorated October 11 and August 1
St. Kenneth's life and miracles are documented by Saint Adomnán, the ninth abbot of Iona who died in 704. Adomnán...
Icon of St. Kessog of Lennox - (1KE11)
St. Kessog was born in Cashel in Tipperary in Ireland, even as a child he is said to have worked miracles. He became a missionary and preached in Scotland, where he became a bishop. According to one tradition he was martyred...
Icon of St. Kevin of Glendalough - (1KE09)
St. Kevin, Abbot of Glendalough Monastery, Wonderworder of Ireland, (+618)
(Reposed at the age of 120)
Commemorated June 3
St. Kevin was born of noble parents in the province of Leinster, Ireland...
Icon of St. Killian of Bavaria - (1KI10)
St. Killian of Bavaria (+689)
Commemorated July 8
During the 7th century St. Kilian, an Irish monk from Mullagh, sailed with eleven companions up the River Main in Germany to Würzburg. There he founded a monastery,...
Icon of St. Liliosa of Cordova - (1LI10)
St. Liliosa of Cordova (+July 27, 852)
Commemorated on July 27
St. Liliosa and her righteous husband St. Felix the martyr were martyred for Christ in Cordova, Spain the 9th century together with their kinsmen...
Icon of St. Lucia of Syracuse - (1LU40)
St. Lucia the Virgin-martyr of Syracuse (+304)
Commemorated December 13
According to tradition, St. Lucy (also spelled Lucy, Lucia, Lukia) was born of rich and noble parents. Her mother’s name, Eutychia,...
Icon of St. Martin of Tours (bust) - (1MA16)
St. Martin of Tours (+November 8, 397)
Commemorated November 12
St. Martin was Bishop of Tours, whose shrine in France became a famous stopping-point for pilgrims on the road to Spain. He was born in what is now...
Icon of St. Martin of Tours - 20th c. (1MA15)
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