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Thursday, February 20, A.D. 2014
Saints of the Twentieth Century

Vivent les Jeux Olympiques! Ура для Олимпийских игр!

For your daily dose of Russia, here is a television piece on twentieth century saints Luke (Voino-Yasenetsky) of Simferopol and Crimea (more on him here), Mother Macaria (Artemieva) of Temkin (more about her in Russian), and Father Seraphim of Vyritsa:

The narrator sounds like the same man who does nearly every show on the Discovery, History, and Learning Channels.

I had the opportunity to venerate the relics of Saint Luke when they visited the United States last year. What an extraordinary man!

Posted by Joseph on Thursday, February 20, A.D. 2014
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