Monday, August 25, 2008

Eastern Orthodox Wonderworkers: 20th Century

20th Century
Alexei Shushania of Teklati (hieromonk) [9/23/1852-1/18/1923] - (1) incorrupt relics

Alexis Metchev of Moscow (priest) [3/17/1859-6/22/1923] - (1)
Alexis Toth of Wilkes-Barre (former Eastern Catholic who spent his life bringing people to the separated Eastern Orthodox Church) [3/14/1853-5/7/1909] - (1)
Amphilochius of Pochaev (Амфілохій Почаївський, b. Joseph: anti-Catholic Ukrainian Orthodox hieromonk) [11/27/1894-1/1/1971] – (1) relics uncovered fully incorrupt 30+ years after his death; (2) prophesied time of his death and that he would be poisoned and that there would be snowy weather during funeral; (3) 30+ years of healings of pilgrims to his grave; (4) appeared in dreams to multitude of servants of Pochaev Lavra; (5) gave sight to the blind; (6) gave hearing to the death; (7) clairvoyance: knew the souls, hearts, and intentions of all pilgrims; (8) NKVD guests tied him and tried to throw him down off the precipice but Amphilochius prophesied that they would not carry him far; one of the men became blind, another would not move, and another's foot became immobile but when he blessed them they regained their health; (9) after being kidnapped and tortured in a mental hospital he healed 40+ sick people and exorcised demons with the Holy Cross, the Holy Gospel, and Holy Water; (10) one of his 12 nephews beat him unconscious and threw him into swamp where he lay underwater for eight hours but when Joseph was tonsured Amphilochius he quickly recovered
Anatole II of Optina () [†7/30/1922] - (1)

Anthimos of Chios (hieromonk) [7/1/1869-2/15/1960] - (1)
Euphemia of Serbia from Belgrade () [] – (1) Theotókos took her to Heaven after which she could not eat or speak for three days

Euthymius Takaishvili of Georgia, the Man of God () [1/3/1863-2/21/1953] - (1) incorrupt relics

Gabrielia Papayannis (Eldress) [1897-1992] - (1)
Ilie Lacatusu of Romania (priest) [12/8/1909-7/22/1983] - (1) incorrupt body emits odor of chrism; (2) prophesied the his wife would die 15 years after him
Irene Myrtidiotissa (Irene Demetra Pateras: ) [3/30/1939-11/13/1960]

John of Georgia (Basil Maisuradze: archimandrite) [1882-1/21/1960] - (1)

John Jacob the Chozebite (Elias: hieromonk) [7/23/1913-8/5/1960] - (1) incorrupt relics

John of Kronstadt (archpriest of the Russian Orthodox Church who bashed Catholicism and the papacy especially) [10/19/1829-12/20/1908](1) ; (2)
John Maximovitch of Shanghai and San Francisco (Michael Misha Maximovitch: ascetic and hierarch of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia who attacked the dogma of the Immaculate Conception) [6/4/1896-7/2/1966] – (1) incorrupt body; (2) appeared illuminated and in Easter Vestments in dream to one-time student Fr. Amvrosy P. jubilantly saying to him "happy;" (3) appeared in dream to the doubting Fr. Constantine Z. and had rays of light too bright to gaze upon shining around his head, removing any of Constantine's doubt that John was holy; (4) appeared in a dream to St. Tikhon Zadonsky Home manager M.A. Shakmatova and came to life after being carried into St. Tikhon's Church in a coffin and then blessed the people and commanded her, "Tell the people: although I have died, I am alive!";ts (5) never touched during when taking the extremely dangerous Shanghai streets to heal the sick at night during the Japanese occupation; (6) photographed while surrounded by the Uncreated Light in Tunis in 1952; (7) ; (8) ; (9) ; (10) ; (11) ; (12)
Jonah Pokrovsky of Manchuria (Bishop of Hankou) [4/17/1888-10/20/1925] - (1) ; (2) ; (3)
Joseph the Hesychast (Francis: cave-dwelling elder of Mt. Athos) [1898-8/15/1959] - (1) ; (2) ; (3) ; (4)
Justin Popovich of Serbia (Јустин Поповић=Justin Popović: anti-Catholic archimandrite of Ćelije Monastery who put "the fall of the Pope" on the same level as the fall of Adam and Judas Iscariot and authored a treatise called "Papism as the Oldest Protestantism") [4/7/1894-4/7/1979] - (1) healings at his tomb; (2) flashes of the Uncreated Light at his tomb; (3) many conversions of unbelievers, some of whom have even been visited by God thanks to his posthumous prayers
Luke of Simferopol and Crimea (Valentin Felixovich Voino-Yasenetsky: unmercenary surgeon & bishop) [4/14/1877-6/11/1961] - (1) ; (2)
Matrona Dmitrievna Nikonova the Blind (Блаженная Матрона Московская: Eldress of Moscow) [1885-5/2/1952] - (1) ; (2) ; (3) ; (4) ; (5)
Methodia the Righteous of Cimola (nun recluse) [1865-10/5/1908] - (1) healings

Myrtidiotissa (Eldress of Klissoura) [1886-1974] – (1) frequent visions of Theotókos

Nectarios of Aegina (Metropolitan of Pentapolis who attacked the papacy and said the Catholic Church lacks grace of the Holy Spirit) [10/1/1846-10/9/1920] – (1) relics remained incorrupt until 20 years after his death; (2) ; (3) ; (4) ; (5)
Nicholas II (Nikolay Alexandrovich Romanov = Никола́й II, Никола́й Алекса́ндрович Рома́нов: Tsar-martyr Emperor and Autocrat of All the Russias) [5/19/1868-7/17/1918] – (1) ; (2) ; (3) ; (4)

Nicholas Velimirovich of Zhicha and Ochrid (Bishop; "the Serbian Chrysostom") [1/5/1881-3/18/1956] - (1)
Nikon of Optina () [9/26/1888-6/25/1931] - (1)

Olga Michael () [2/3/1916-11/8/1979] - (1)

Philoumenos Hasapis of Jacob's Well (hieromonk & new martyr) [10/15/1913-11/16/1979] - (1) ; (2)
Raphael Hawaweeny of Brooklyn () [11/20/1860-2/27/1915] - (1) incorrupt relics; (2) ; (3)
Savvas the New, Wonderworker of Kalymnos () [1862-4/7/1948] - (1) ; (2) ; (3) ; (4) ; (5)

Seraphim of Virits (Basil Muraviev: elder) [1865-4/3/1949] - (1)
Tikhon of Moscow (Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia) [1/19/1865-4/7/1925](1)
Vissarion Korkoliacos (Bησσαρίων Κορκολιάκος: Greek Orthodox monk) [1908-1991](1) incorrupt relics

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