Synaxis of the Smolensk Saints

Abramius the wonderworker. + August 21, ca. 1224.

Andrew, Prince. October 27(Uncovering of his relics) ca. 1390.

Anthony, Bishop of Vologda. + October 26, 1588 & January 17.

Arcadius, monk of Vyazma, disciple of St Ephraim of Novotorzhok. Ca. 1592. July 11, August 14 (translation of his relics in 1798), December 13.

Arcadius Dorogobuzhsky, disciple of St Gerasimus of Baldino. XVI century.

Constantine, Prince, son of St Theodore of Smolensk March 5 (translation of his relics), June 22, September 19.

David, prince and wonderworker, son of Theodore of Smolensk. March 5 (translation of his relics in 1321), June 22, September 9.

Ephraim of Novotorzhok + 1053. January 28, June 11 (translation of his relics in 1572).

Ephraim of Smolensk, disciple of St Abramius of Smolesk. + August 21, 1238.

Gerasimus of Baldino, + May 1, 1554.

Gleb (David in Baptism), prince and passion-bearer. May 2 (translation of his relics in 1115), July 24 (commemorated with St Boris), September 5 (his martyrdom in 1015). Gleb, prince of Smolensk. July 7 (XIV-XV century).

Ignatius, Bishop of Smolensk, wonderworker. + January 29, 1210.

Juliana, princess of Vyazma. June 2 (uncovering of her relics in 1819), December 21 (her

martyrdom in 1406).

Macarius (Glukharov), Apostle to the Altai + May 15, 1847.

Mercurius, warrior and martyr + November 24, 1239.

Mercurius, Hieromartyr, Bishop of Smolensk. + August 7, 1238.

Michael, Bishop of Smolensk + November 28, 1402.

Michael, Prince, son of St Theodore of Smolensk. September 19, 1290.

Nicholas, Archbishop of Japan, equal of the Apostles (in the world Ivan Dimitrievich

Kasatkin). + February 3, 1912.

Pitirim, Bishop of Tambov. + July 28, 1698.

Prochorus of the Kiev Caves, wonderworker. + February 10, 1107.

Rostislav (Michael in Baptism) Great Prince of Kiev. + 1167. March 14.

Simeon, Prince of Vyazma. + December 21, 1406.

Simeon, Metropolitan of Smolensk + January 4, 1699.

Simeon, disciple of St Sergius of Radonezh. + 1392.

Theodore, Prince and wonderworker + 1299. March 5 (translation of his relics in 1321), June 22, September 19.