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Icon of St. Valentina of Caesaria - (1VA15)
St. Valentina of Caesaria (+308)
Commemorated on February 10
The Holy Virginmartyrs Ennatha, Valentina, and Paula were martyred in 308 under the emperor Maximian II Galerius (305-311). St. Ennatha came from the city...
Icon of St. Valentine of Rome - (1VA20)
Saint Valentine a Presbyter in Rome, drew the ire of Emperor Claudius by ignoring the imperial ban against allowing men who had not fulfilled their military obligations to the Empire to marry. Remaining loyal to his...
Icon of St. Verena of Zurzach - 20th. c - (1VR10)
St. Verena of Zurzach (+350)
Commemorated September 14
St. Verena was brought up in the 3rd century in the Thebain region of Upper Egypt in a noble Christian family in the village of...
Icon of St. Veroniki (Veronica) - 20th c. - (1VE10)
Icon of St. Victor - 20th c. - (1VI10)
Icon of St. Victoria of Carthage - 20th c. - (1VI20)
St. Victoria of Carthage, the Virgin-martyr
Icon of St. Vincent of Lerins - 20th c. - (1VI15)
St. Vincent of Lerins (+456)
Commemorated on May 24
St. Vincent was born in the late fourth century in Toulouse in Gaul. He initially served in the military, but later become a monk at the...
Icon of St. Vladimir, Equal to the Apostles, Enlightener of Russia - (1VL10)
Icon of St. Vladimir, Equal to the Apostles, Enlightener of Russia - English - (1VL11)
Icon of St. Walburga of Germany - (1WE15)
St. Walburga of Germany (+February 25, 777 or 779)
Commemorated May 1
St. Walburga was born into an aristocratic family in the county of Devonshire, England. Her father, St. Richard the Pilgrim, was one of the...
Icon of St. Wenceslaus the Martyr - (1WE10)
St. Wenceslaus, the Duke and Martyr of Bohemia, the Prince of the Czechs (+September 28, 935)
Commemorated on September 28
St. Wenceslaus was a grandson of the Holy Martyr and Princess St. Ludmilla (September 16), and...
Icon of St. Willibrord of Utrecht - (1WE12)
St. Williborod, Bishop of Utrecht, Apostle to the Frisians (+November 7, 739)
Commemorated November 7
St. Willibrord’s father, Wilgils or Hilgis, was a Sanon of Northumbria. Newly converted to Christianity,...
Icon of St. Winifred - (1WN10)
St. Winifred (+November 3, 660)
Commemorated November 3
St. Winifred, whose name in her own language was Gwenfrewi, was born in North Wales in the early seventh century, when Christendom was still whole, and many great...
Icon of St. Xenia the Fool-for-Christ - (1XE12)
Icon of St. Xenia the Fool-for-Christ - 21st c. - English - (1XE13)
Icon of St. Zacchaeus - 20th c. - (1ZA15)
Icon of St. Zoe - 20th c. - (1Z010)
Icon of the Choir of Vatopedi Saints - (1NC11)
Icon of the Holy Martyr Varus (1VA01)
A Heavenly Intercessor for those outside the Church
One often hears converts to Orthodoxy express their sorrow that there is, no Orthodox service that a priest can serve on behalf of their beloved relatives and friends who...
Icon of the Holy Unmercenary Physicians Sts. Hermione, Philonella & Zenaida - (1UP10)
Sts. Zenaida & Philonella
A strong tradition in the Orthodox Christian world was that of the Holy Unmercenary physicians. This category of saint was made up of trained physicians who, being Christian, added not...
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