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Saint Nektarios the Wonderworker

Saint Nektarios of Aegina Greece. A beautiful life and sweet spirit dedicated to helping his fellow man.

Saint Nectarius (+1920) quickly rose through church ranks as monk, deacon (Greece), priest and Archimandrite (Saint Nicholas Church, Cairo, Egypt). He so beautified this church that St. Nicholas embraced him in a dream, saying he would exalt very high. Envious people rumored he sought to become Patriarch, so he was banished from Egypt and Athens. N then founded a monastery in Aegina. He became the island's protector, levitating when he prayed. His prayers healed all maladies, especially…

Icon Source Nectarios the Wonderworker, Metropolitan of Pentapolis November 9 Saint Nectarius was born in Selyvria of Thrace on.

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simplyorthodox: “ One of the most beautiful Orthodox icons of Jesus that I have ever seen… Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, have mercy on me, a sinner!

Religious Orthodox icon, Holy Hierarch St. John of Shanghai and San Francisco, Icon of St John, hand painted icon, St. John of San Francisco by Bulgarian artist Georgi Chimev

John of Shanghai and San Francisco, Icon of St John, hand painted icon, St. John of San Francisco by Bulgarian artist Georgi Chimev

St. Nektarios the Wonderworker, Bishop of Pentapolis(Nov 9)

Nektarios the Wonderworker, Bishop of Pentapolis(Nov

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αέναη επΑνάσταση: Άγιος Νεκτάριος: Ο άγιος της καρδιάς μας και του αιώνα μας

αέναη επΑνάσταση: Άγιος Νεκτάριος: Ο άγιος της καρδιάς μας και του αιώνα μας

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Hymns, Akathist to the Theotokos, Joy of All Who Sorrow, Orthodox Church, Mother of God. (Part of our collection of articles on worship in the Orthodox Church.

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