Blessed with good ease of working miracles, St. Spiridon now does not cease to work for the salvation of people’s troubles. More merciful to the humble, rough with the proud saint is characterized by a divine restlessness, makes out and the coffin with the body, journeying toward salvation and the latter sheep from his speaking …

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The Holy Great Martyr Barbara lived and suffered during the reign of the emperor Maximian (305-311). Her father, the pagan Dioscorus, was a rich and illustrious man in the Syrian city of Heliopolis. After the death of his wife, he devoted himself to his only daughter. Seeing Barbara’s extraordinary beauty, Dioscorus decided to hide her …

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December 1 is the National Day of Romania, adopted by law after removing the communist regime. From a historical perspective, December 1, 1918, the National Assembly of Alba Iulia, consisting of 1,228 delegates and supported by over 100,000 Romanian came from all over Transylvania and Banat, adopted a resolution by which it was sanctioned union …

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Saint Stylianus was born in Paphlagonia of Asia Minor sometime between the fourth and sixth centuries. He inherited a great fortune from his parents when they died, but he did not keep it. He gave it away to the poor according to their need, desiring to help those who were less fortunate. Stylianus left the …

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