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The Vladimir eparchy

Vladimir.

The miracle-working Vladimir icon of the Holy Mother of God, painted by metropolitan Peter, is in the Assumption cathedral in Vladimir. The holy relics of St.Maxim, St. Prince Andrew Bogolyubsky, St. Prince George and his family suffered from the Tatars, St. Prince Gleb, St. Mitrophan of Vladimir, St. Simeon of Vladimir, St. Luke of Vladimir, Stt. Princes Mstislav Andreevitch, Isyaslav Andreevitch, Isyaslav Glebovitch, Konstantin Vsevolodovitch also rest there.

The Bogolyubsky icon of the Holy Mother of God is in the Assumption Knyaginin monastery. The holy relics of St. Princess Maria Shvarnovna, Great Prince of Vladimir Vsevolod III Georgievitch’s. Wife, St. Princess Ann, his second wife, St. Princess Alexandra, St. Prince Alexander Nevsky’s first wife,and their daughter Evdokia, St. Princess Vassa, St. Prince Daniel of Moscow’s mother. St. Great Martyr and Miracle-Worker Abraham of Bulgaria is especially revered and a piece of his holy relics is kept.

The holy relics of St. Confessor Aphanasy, bishop of Kovrov(+1962), rest in the Birth of the Holy Mother of God monastery .

Murom.

The holy relics of Stt. Princes Konstantin, his sons Michael and Pheodor, his wife Irene rest in the Annunication monastery . The holy relics of Iuliania Lazarevska rest in the St. Nicolas church (there is also a saint spring in honor of St. Nicolas).

The holy relics of St. Prince Peter (David) and St. Princess Phevronia (Evphrosinia) rest in the Holy Trinity convent . When these relics were transferred in1992, the icon on the shrine was shedding chrism.

Suzdal

The holy relics of St. John of Suzdal rest in the Birth of the Holy Mother of God cathedral .

The holy relics of St. Evphymy of Suzdal, the founder of the Transfiguration and St. Evphymy monastery , and St. Evphrosinia of Suzdal rest in the St. Tsar Konstantin church .

The holy relics of St. Sophia of Suzdal rest in the the Protecting Veil of the Holy Mother of God convent .

Vladimir region

The holy relics of Dimitry, Miracle-Worker of Pereslavl, rest in the Annunication church in the St. Nicolas convent in Novoe village, Yurjev-Polsky district.

The holy relics of St. Confessor Peter Velikodvorsky rest in St. Great Martyr Paraskeva Pyatnitsa church in Pyatnitskoye village. There is also a saint spring

The holy relics of St. Elder Alexy rest in the Smolensk icon of the Holy Mother of God and St. Zosima hermitage, Flexandrov district.

The holy relics of St. Roman of Kirzhatch, a St. Sergius’s disciple, rest in the Annunication monastery in Kirzhatch , founded by him.

The holy relics of St. Kosma of Yakhroma rest under a bushel in Assumption and St. Kosma monastery , founded by him in Nebyloe village, Yurjev-Polsky district.

The holy relics of St. Prince Gabriel rest in the Protecting Veil of the Holy Mother of God church in Yurjev-Polsky .

The holy relics of St. Stephan, founder of Makhrishchsky monastery , rest under a bushel in the Holy Trinity church . The icon of St. Seraphim of Sarov, consecrated on his relics, is shedding chrism there. The holy relics of St. Lukian , the founder of the Birth of the Holy Mother of God hermitage and Assumption convent in Alexandrov rest in the Birth of the Holy Mother of God and St. Lukian hermitage in Strunino..

The holy relics of St. Kornyly rest in Assumption convent in Alexandrov.

The chrism-shedding icon of the Holy Mother of God “Everlasting Cup” is the St. Great Martyr Panteleimon church in Gorodnishchi village.

The saint springs:

in honor of The Kazan icon of the Holy Mother of God –50th October anniversary st., Vladimir;

In church of the Kazan icon of the Holy Mother of God in Lakinsk;

Novoye village, Yurjev-Polsky district;

In the St. Nicolas Volosovsky convent , Sobinka district;

On the territory of the Bogolyubsky monastery .



17/05/2008
7511 year
from creation of world



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