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Monument to Blessed Matrona of Moscow Founded in Her Homeland
24.11.2014 15:03
Monument to Blessed Matrona of Moscow Founded in Her Homeland

A monument to St. Matrona of Moscow has been founded her home village of Sebino in the Tula Region.

      After a liturgy the monument cornerstone was consecrated by the Metropolitan Alexis of Tula and Efremov. The monument is planned to be unveiled in May 2015.

      Every year thousands of pilgrims visit Sebino to pray in the church, where Blessed Matrona was christened.

      St. Matrona of Moscow was born at in the late 19th century and died in the middle of the 20th century. She was congenitally blind and revered as a prophet and a wonderworker in her lifetime already.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Tula Region St. Matrona of Moscow Monuments to People   

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