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St. Tsar Nicholas II & Royal Family

St. Tsar Nicholas II & Royal Family
Orthodox Tradition of Saints Canonization The tradition of Saints Canonization differs greatly from that of the Roman Catholic Church. The very first Saints to become Canonized were martyrs. The main criteria for Sainthood is that if the person lived and died in such a holy way that the individual is ... Full story
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St Nicholas the Wonderworker

St Nicholas the Wonderworker
Orthodox Tradition of Saints Canonization The tradition of Saints Canonization differs greatly from that of the Roman Catholic Church. The very first Saints to become Canonized were martyrs. The main criteria for Sainthood is that if the person lived and died in such a holy way that the ... Full story

Old Testament Trinity

Old Testament Trinity
Orthodox Tradition of Saints Canonization   The tradition of Saints Canonization differs greatly from that of the Roman Catholic Church. The very first Saints to become Canonized were martyrs. The main criteria for Sainthood is that if the person lived and died in such a holy way that the individual is worthy of Glorification. The practice ... Full story

SS Constantine & Helen

SS Constantine & Helen
Orthodox Tradition of Saints Canonization The tradition of Saints Canonization differs greatly from that of the Roman Catholic Church. The very first Saints to become Canonized were martyrs. The main criteria for Sainthood is that if the person lived and died in such a holy way that the individual is ... Full story

Archangel Michael

Archangel Michael
Orthodox Tradition of Saints Canonization The tradition of Saints Canonization differs greatly from that of the Roman Catholic Church. The very first Saints to become Canonized were martyrs. The main criteria for Sainthood is that if the person lived and died in such a holy way that the individual is worthy of Glorification. The ... Full story

Virgin of Jerusalem

Virgin of Jerusalem
Orthodox Tradition of Saints Canonization The tradition of Saints Canonization differs greatly from that of the Roman Catholic Church. The very first Saints to become Canonized were martyrs. The main criteria for Sainthood is that if the person lived and died in such a holy way that the individual is worthy of ... Full story
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