Commemorated on July 4
The uncovering of the relics of Saint Euthymius the Wonderworker of Suzdal,
who died on April 1, 1405, occurred in the year 1507 during the
construction of a new stone church when the monastery was headed by the
igumen Cyril (later Bishop of Rostov). The incorrupt relics were the
source of numerous miracles, and they were placed in the Transfiguration
cathedral of the monastery. In 1511 after its restorations, the church
(a rare memorial of fourteenth century architecture) was consecrated in
the name of St Euthymius.
SAINT OR FEAST POSTED THIS DATE 2014(with 2013's link here also and further:, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, and even 2008!):
On Godparenting - Once I was helping a priest during baptism. When the mystery ritual was over a woman with a small boy entered the baptismal room accompanied by a man who ...
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