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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
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    Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 Intro, A,4| prophets as equal to the saints of New Testament.), several 2 Intro, A,5| in prayer? Which of the saints left us in~written form 3 Intro, A,5| of the invocation of the saints, of belief in~the conscious 4 I, 1,3 | beneath it.~By faith the saints conquered kingdoms, performed 5 I, 1,4 | with the miracles of the saints of all ages. However, miracles 6 I, 1,9 | place as well as in the Saints. A swift~movement we call “ 7 II, 6,6 | Hierarchs, and the monastic Saints — a single church~of heaven 8 II, 6,7 | examples of the ancient Saints” (Blessed Theodoret, “Brief 9 II, 6,8 | the blessedness of the saints in heaven and the beginning 10 II, 6,8 | depiction of the life of the Saints in heaven is given in the 11 II, 6,8 | the forefathers and other saints; d) mutual communion between 12 II, 7,1 | fellow-citizens with the saints, and of the household of 13 II, 7,2 | growth, the perfection of the saints, the filling up~of the heavenly-earthly 14 II, 7,4 | earth and the Church of the~saints in heaven: the members of 15 II, 7,4 | not reach as far as the saints in heaven, the saints do~ 16 II, 7,4 | the saints in heaven, the saints do~reach as far as us. As 17 II, 7,4 | Acknowledge that all the saints are our elder brothers in 18 II, 7,4 | consciousness of the Church, the saints, going to heaven, comprise, 19 II, 7,4 | for such appeals to the saints in the word of God itself. 20 II, 7,4 | Apoc. 3:12). Thus the saints are pillars of the Church 21 II, 7,4 | bond of the Church with the saints, and likewise in the Headship 22 II, 7,5 | Church, the communion~of the Saints;” etc. In ancient Christian 23 II, 7,5 | the Apostles and all the saints.~The Orthodox teaching of 24 II, 7,5 | the~Mother of God and the saints, and likewise prayer for 25 II, 7,6 | for the perfecting of the saints,~for the work of the ministry, 26 II, 8,5 | Lady Theotokos and all the saints, adding: “by their~prayers 27 II, 8,6 | penance the “merits of the saints,” taking~them from the so-called” 28 II, 8,6 | The “satisfaction” of all saints (and first of all,~of Christ 29 II, 8,6 | excess” satisfactions of saints, not required for their 30 II, 9,1 | which are the prayers of saints” (Rev. 5:8); that is they 31 II, 9,1 | raised up the prayers of the~saints on earth to the Heavenly 32 II, 9,2 | remembrance performed by the saints during their lifetime is 33 II, 9,2 | friends in heaven~among the saints, who, when they fail (that 34 II, 9,3 | Communion with the Saints.~The church prays for all 35 II, 9,3 | be such for us also. The saints are our spiritual brothers, 36 II, 9,3 | realm.~The nearness of the saints to the Throne of the Lamb 37 II, 9,3 | Communion in prayer with the saints is the realization in actual 38 II, 9,3 | When still on earth, the saints penetrated~in spirit into 39 II, 9,3 | appeal to them because the saints~in heaven are equal unto 40 II, 9,3 | of the invocation of the saints, being fully~convinced that 41 II, 9,3 | Church's veneration of the saints. But already from the~beginning 42 II, 9,3 | concerning~faith in prayer by the saints in heaven for their earthly 43 II, 9,5 | and the veneration of the saints is the use~of sacred images 44 II, 9,5 | they were glorified as saints only in the New Testament.~ 45 II, 9,5 | for glorifying God and His saints; and among these~forms there 46 II, 9,5 | Theotokos, the angels and~saints who are depicted in the 47 II, 9,6 | giving veneration to the saints of God who have departed 48 II, 9,6 | relics or bodies of the saints of God which remain on~earth.~ 49 II, 9,6 | preservation of the remains of~the saints of God, as is known from 50 II, 9,6 | and other remains of the saints of God has a~firm foundation 51 II, 9,6 | the Old Testament, when saints were not venerated with 52 II, 9,6 | from the remains of the saints, and often they have called 53 II, 9,6 | touched the garments of the saints with their hands than immediately 54 II, 9,6 | if by the shadow of the saints. How many cloths have been 55 II, 9,6 | Christians to the remains of saints. Thus, after describing 56 II, 9,6 | Christians.”~The remains of the saints (in Greek, ta leipsana; 57 II, 9,6 | healing by~prayer to the saints for their intercession before 58 II, 9,6 | recognition of the reposed as saints~solely by the sign of the 59 II, 9,6 | and of some great Orthodox saints (for example, St. Seraphim 60 II, 9,6 | not only to the bodies of~saints: in Church Slavonic this 61 II, 9,6 | might of the remains of~the saints in themselves, but rather 62 II, 9,6 | prayerful intercession of the saints whose holy relics~before 63 II, 9,6 | the nearness to us of the saints of God themselves, who~once 64 II, 9,7 | by the examples of~the saints, by the rules of the Church 65 Add, 0,4 | their own; in the Lives of~Saints there is also a characteristic 66 Add, 0,4 | availability of the Lives of Saints, the account of the toll-houses 67 Add, 0,4 | simply an “invocation of the saints,” as it is~often called; 68 Add, 0,4 | which are the prayers~of saints” (Rev. 5:8); that is, they 69 Add, 0,4 | prayers are the prayers of saints,~written down by them, which 70 Add, 0,4 | feel this, and thus the saints themselves become closer 71 Add, 0,4 | Lady Theotokos and all the saints, and then to commit ourselves 72 Add, 0,7 | Christ’s reign with His saints and~the limited power of 73 App, 5 | The glorification of Saints~ 74 App, 5,1 | formal glorification of saints? In the Holy, Catholic, 75 App, 5,1 | his repose~be with the saints.” This is a spiritual, prayerful 76 App, 5,1 | Lord, in the choir of the saints in the heavenly Church, 77 App, 5,1 | of “numbering~among the saints,” or of “glorification.” 78 App, 5,1 | particular province. Other saints of God become famous and 79 App, 5,1 | Church.~The assembly of saints in the heavenly Church of 80 App, 5,1 | enumeration.~The names of certain saints are known on earth; others 81 App, 5,1 | others remain unknown. The saints are like stars~— those closest 82 App, 5,1 | Church's commemoration, saints are glorified in large~groups 83 App, 5,1 | general celebrations of “all saints,” both annual (the first 84 App, 5,1 | after Pentecost for all the saints of Russia), and weekly ( 85 App, 5,1 | and others recognized as saints, occur? On the basis of 86 App, 5,1 | History of the~Canonization of Saints in the Russian Church (2nd 87 App, 5,1 | term canonization of the saints, Prof. Golubinsky admits 88 App, 5,1 | in the catalogue of the~saints, commanding the whole Church 89 App, 5,1 | numbering among the choir of the saints” has no special, fixed formula, 90 App, 5,1 | numbered with) the choir of the saints of God.”~ 91 App, 5,2 | Church, three basic types of saints were recognized.~These were: 92 App, 5,2 | ascetics among the choir of the saints was~done individually, and 93 App, 5,2 | employed for recognition~of saints belonging to this third 94 App, 5,2 | among the choirs of the saints strictly for their ascetic 95 App, 5,2 | amongst the choir~of the local saints of their diocese, on the 96 App, 5,2 | recorded in thelist of the saints. This compilation, however, 97 App, 5,2 | bishops were recognized as~saints immediately following their 98 App, 5,2 | like the relics of the saints, because of the Grace of 99 App, 5,2 | choir of hierarchs~were saints universally venerated throughout 100 App, 5,2 | hierarchs~remained local saints of the individual Churches ( 101 App, 5,2 | among the choirs of the saints was carried out more strictly, 102 App, 5,2 | Constantinople among the saints it was declared necessary 103 App, 5,2 | recognize individuals as saints belonged to their~bishops 104 App, 5,2 | in the company of other saints, with an inscription~referring 105 App, 5,2 | sojourn in the company of~the saints after his death and to his 106 App, 5,2 | classifications of newly glorified saints:~martyrs and ascetics.~ 107 App, 5,3 | martyrs were not proclaimed~as saints in any official manner and 108 App, 5,3 | the Canonization of the Saints in the Russian Church believes 109 App, 5,3 | the~glorification of the saints, which is appended to the 110 App, 5,3 | the Canonization~of the Saints in the Russian Church, one 111 App, 5,3 | reigned 1308-26), among the saints: “...We have received the~ 112 App, 5,3 | Archbishop~among the choir of the saints, after an account of ten 113 App, 5,3 | Palamas was numbered among the saints because of the miracles 114 App, 5,3 | ascetics among the choir of the saints, contains a dogmatic explanation~ 115 App, 5,3 | numbered among the rest of the saints, both on the island of Crete, 116 App, 5,3 | wondrously to glorify them as saints and we were not to delight 117 App, 5,3 | among the choirs of the saints is, for the most part, combined 118 App, 5,3 | glorification. The relics of many saints have not been preserved. 119 App, 5,3 | considerable number of ancient saints, certain of these constitute 120 App, 5,4 | exhumation of the relics of the saints. In his Life of St. Anthony, 121 App, 5,4 | of the glorification of saints, the Russian Church has 122 App, 5,4 | favorites among the choir of the~saints was the gift of working 123 App, 5,4 | of veneration: 1) local~saints in a more narrow sense, 124 App, 5,4 | several examples); 2) local saints in a~wider sense, i.e., 125 App, 5,4 | 3) universal or general saints of the Church, whose celebration 126 App, 5,4 | right of glorifying local saints of the first and second 127 App, 5,4 | the glorification~of the saints consisted of receiving accounts 128 App, 5,4 | of glorification of the saints lies in initiating an annual 129 App, 5,4 | the glorification of the saints has been conducted in~the 130 App, 5,4 | services have been composed to saints not yet glorified by a special 131 App, 5,4 | Canons and Lives of the Saints.” The anonymous author of 132 App, 5,4 | is no distinction between saints celebrated by the whole 133 App, 5,4 | the whole Church and local~saints. Saints of both classes 134 App, 5,4 | Church and local~saints. Saints of both classes are glorified 135 App, 5,4 | The Church calls both “saints.” In the Russian~Church, 136 App, 5,4 | Churches of the East, local saints in many instances pass on~ 137 App, 5,4 | pass on~to the category of saints of the universal Church. 138 App, 5,4 | distinguishing universally~venerated saints from local ones is that 139 App, 5,4 | ones is that the names of saints generally revered are included 140 App, 5,4 | general no~names of Russian saints in the official listings, 141 App, 5,4 | there are seven Russian saints to be found: St. Sergius 142 App, 5,4 | of generally celebrated~saints was introduced into the 143 App, 5,4 | Typicon and in the lists of saints in~other liturgical books. 144 App, 5,4 | numbered among the choir of the saints were the holy~princes Boris 145 App, 5,4 | names of~glorified Russian saints, of whom twenty-two were 146 App, 5,4 | celebration of several new saints, and raised the rank of 147 App, 5,4 | veneration.~The names of the saints of south-west Russia should 148 App, 5,4 | their own,~headed by the saints of the Kiev Caves Lavra. 149 App, 5,4 | fewer glorifications of saints in thatregion. A general 150 App, 5,4 | thatregion. A general service to saints of the Kiev Caves was commissioned 151 App, 5,4 | Kievan Russia, Russia's saints should then have been~referred 152 App, 5,4 | have been~referred to as “saints of all Russia” — both those 153 App, 5,4 | insertion of the names of Kievan saints into the general monthly 154 App, 5,4 | Synodal period, the following saints were glorified for the veneration 155 App, 5,4 | local glorifications of saints during the Synodal period. 156 App, 5,5 | as was customary for the saints of God, and also to construct 157 App, 5,5 | to the glorification of saints “of all~Russia.”~Regarding 158 App, 5,5 | done for the rest of the saints; and in the monastery of 159 App, 5,5 | the glorification of God's saints was~treated with great attention 160 App, 5,5 | concerning glorification of the saints clearly show us the Orthodox~ 161 App, 5,5 | Who is~wondrous in His saints, became sufficiently apparent 162 App, 5,5 | of our father among the saints Metrophanes in his prayers 163 App, 5,5 | numbered among the choir of the~saints. Even at the end of the 164 App, 5,5 | as among the choir of the saints that have been glorified 165 App, 5,5 | as being~in the choir of saints glorified by the Grace of 166 App, 5,5 | downfall, the glorification of saints of the Russian Church, such 167 App, 5,5 | uncovering of the relics of these saints of God. Generally, the glorification~ 168 App, 5,5 | glorification~of Russian saints from the eighteenth to the 169 App, 5,6 | of the glorification of saints, the glorification~of saints 170 App, 5,6 | saints, the glorification~of saints has always been the same 171 App, 5,6 | The glorification of the saints consisted and consists of 172 App, 5,6 | one to the assembly~of His saints. This faith is founded on 173 App, 5,6 | The glorification of the saints is among the most important 174 App, 5,6 | numbering among the choir of the saints, as is accepted~in the Roman


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