Οι εννεάδυμες Παρθενομάρτυρες της Πορτογαλίας: Αγίες Βιλγκεφόρτις η εσταυρωμένη, Μαρίνα, Κουϊτερία, Γενεύη, Ευφημία, Μαρκιάνα, Γερμάνα, Βασιλεία & Βικτωρία που μαρτύρησαν σε όλη τη Μεσόγειο το 139 μ.Χ. & ο Άγιος ιερομάρτυς Οβίδιος 3ος Επίσκοπος Braga Πορτογαλίας (+135)

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Οι εννεάδυμες Παρθενομάρτυρες της Πορτογαλίας:  

Αγίες Βιλγκεφόρτις η εσταυρωμένη, Μαρίνα, Κουϊτερία, Γενεύη, Ευφημία,

Μαρκιάνα, Γερμάνα, Βασιλεία & Βικτωρία,

Παρθενομάρτυρες στη Μεσόγειο (+139)

& ο Άγιος ιερομάρτυς Οβίδιος 3ος Επίσκοπος Braga Πορτογαλίας (+135)

Εορτή στις 9/1, 18/1, 19/1, 22/5, 3/6, 12/7, 20/7, 16/9

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Η Αγία Παρθενομάρτυς Βιγκελφόρτις ή Λιμπεράτα η εσταυρωμένη

η οποία στις Ι. Εικόνες παρουσιάζεται και με γένια

& χωρίς τα γένια του θαύματος της Παναγίας για να αποφύγει να παντρευτεί

τον ειδωλολάτρη βασιλιά δια της βίας

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Τα ονόματα των εννεάδυμων Παρθενομαρτύρων της Πορτογαλίας είναι τα εξής:

Αγία Βιλγκεφόρτις ή Λιβεράτα ή Ευτροπία (St Wilgefortis / Liberata / Eutropia) η εσταυρωμένη, Παρθενομάρτυς στην Aguas Santas Ισπανίας, από Braga Πορτογαλίας (20 Ιουλίου, +139)

Αγία Μαρίνα ή Μαργαρίδα (St Mariña / Margarida), Παρθενομάρτυς στην Aguas Santas Ισπανίας, από Braga Πορτογαλίας (18 Ιανουαρίου, +139)

Αγία Κουϊτερία ή Κυθέρεια (St Quiteria) Παρθενομάρτυς στην Aire-sur-l’Adour Γαλλίας, από Braga Πορτογαλίας (22 Μαΐου, +139)

Αγία Ευφημία ή Ευμελία (St Eufemia / Eumelia) Παρθενομάρτυς στην Auria της επαρχίας Orense της Ισπανίας από Braga Πορτογαλίας (16 Σεπτεμβρίου, +139)

Αγία Μαρκιάνα ή Μαρίκα (St Marciana / Marica) Παρθενομάρτυς στό Toledo της Ισπανίας, από Braga Πορτογαλίας (9 Ιανουαρίου, +139)

Αγία Γερμάνα (St Germana) Παρθενομάρτυς από Braga Πορτογαλίας (19 Ιανουαρίου, +139) και οι συμμάρτυρές της Άγιοι Παύλος, Γερόντιος, Ἰανουάριος, Σατουρνίνος, Σουξέσσος, Ἰούλιος, Κάτος και Πία, μάρτυρες στήν Νουμίδια Ἀλγερίας (19 Ιανουαρίου, +139)

Αγία Βικτωρία ή Ρίτα (St Victoria / Vitoria / Rita) Παρθενομάρτυς από Braga Πορτογαλίας (17 Νοεμβρίου, +139)

Αγία Γενιβέρα ή Γενεύη (St Genibera / Genebra / Gemma) Παρθενομάρτυς από Braga Πορτογαλίας (+139)

Αγία Βασιλεία ή Βασίλισσα (St Basilia / Basilissa) Παρθενομάρτυς από Braga Πορτογαλίας (12 Ιουλίου, +139)

Εορτή στις 9/1, 18/1, 19/1, 22/5, 3/6, 12/7, 20/7, 16/9

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Ο Άγιος ιερομάρτυς Οβίδιος 3ος Επίσκοπος της Braga Πορτογαλίας (+135)

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Ο Άγιος ιερομάρτυς Οβίδιος 3ος Επίσκοπος Braga της Πορτογαλίας ήταν ένας Ορθόδοξος Άγιος του οποίο τα αγάλματα κοσμούν την πόλη Braga της Πορτογαλίας. Γεννήθηκε στη Σικελία της Ιταλίας και το 95 μ.Χ. στάλθηκε από τον Άγιο ιερομάρτυρα Κλήμη Α´ τρίτο Επίσκοπο Ρώμης ως Επίσκοπος στην πόλη Braga της Πορτογαλίας. Εκει στην Braga της Πορτογαλίας βάπτισε της 9 Αγίες Παρθενομάρτυρες όταν εγκαταλήφθηκαν από την Continue reading “Οι εννεάδυμες Παρθενομάρτυρες της Πορτογαλίας: Αγίες Βιλγκεφόρτις η εσταυρωμένη, Μαρίνα, Κουϊτερία, Γενεύη, Ευφημία, Μαρκιάνα, Γερμάνα, Βασιλεία & Βικτωρία που μαρτύρησαν σε όλη τη Μεσόγειο το 139 μ.Χ. & ο Άγιος ιερομάρτυς Οβίδιος 3ος Επίσκοπος Braga Πορτογαλίας (+135)”

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Den Hellige Liberata eller Wilgefortis, Portugal (119-139) – Minnedag: 20. Juli – Norwegian

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Den hellige Liberata eller Wilgefortis (119-139)

Minnedag: 20. juli

Wilgefortis var en av ni døtre av den hedenske kongen av Portugal. Sammen med søsknene ble hun kristen, og hun avla kyskhetsløfte. Faren ville at hun skulle gifte seg med den hedenske kongen av Sicilia, men da ba hun til Gud at han ville gjøre henne så lite tiltrekkende at ingen mann ville se på henne igjen. Gud lot det da vokse ut bart og skjegg i ansiktet hennes, og frieren forsvant. Faren spurte hvordan dette hadde gått til, og hun svarte at hun ikke ville ha noen annen brudgom enn den korsfestede. Rasende sa faren at hun skulle få det som hun ville – og korsfestet henne.

Liberata ble født i år 119 i Balcagia, nå Bayona (gal: Baiona) i provinsen Pontevedra i det sørvestre hjørnet av regionen Galicia i det nordvestre Spania. Hun var datter av de hedenske foreldrene Lucius Castelius Severus og hans hustru Calsia. Han var romersk guvernør i provinsene Gallaecia og Lusitania, som utgjør den vestligste delen av Den iberiske halvøy.

En gang mens mannen var ute og reiste i sine områder, fødte Calsia ni døtre i én fødsel. Hun ble skremt av denne flerfødselen og var full av avsky over det faktum at hun hadde født nilinger som om hun var en simpel bondekone (eller et dyr!). Hun fryktet å bli avvist av mannen for ekteskapelig utroskap, så hun bestemte seg for å kvitte seg med de uønskede døtrene. Hun overlot dem til sin trofaste tjenestepike Sila og ga henne ordre om å drukne dem i største hemmelighet i Río Miñor. Mannen kan ikke ha visst om graviditeten og i alle fall ikke om fødselen.

Men tjenestepiken Sila var nettopp blitt døpt som kristen, så på vei til elven innså hun at hun ikke kunne begå en slik fryktelig forbrytelse. Derfor dro hun til en vennligsinnet families hjem og fikk jentebarna døpt av den hellige biskop Ovidius (San Ovidio) med navnene Quiteria, Liberata, Victoria, Marina, Germana, Eufemia, Marciana, Genibera og Basilia, og de vokste opp i den kristne tro. Av Gudsfrykt ofret de ni søstrene sin jomfruelighet til Herren.

I det andre århundret nådde en fryktelig forfølgelse av de kristne også til Balcagia. Hedningene anga de hellige jomfruene, som ble arrestert og brakt for guvernør Lucius Castelius. Han truet dem med straff hvis de holdt fast ved kristendommen, men de svarte fast at de foretrakk å dø tusen ganger i stedet for å oppgi troen på Kristus. Castelius ble imponert over jentenes styrke og fant også at de hadde en forbløffende likhet med hans hustru. Han spurte om deres opprinnelse og kalte på Calsia, som straks anerkjente dem som sine døtre. Deretter fulgte en kamp i hans hjerte mellom farskjærligheten og en guvernørs plikter. Da han fikk vite at de var hans egne døtre, inviterte han dem til å gi avkall på Kristus i bytte for å kunne leve omgitt av den luksus og komfort som var deres fødselsrett. Han gjorde sitt ytterste for å overbevise dem og ba dem inntrengende om å ofre til gudene. Deres mor prøvde også å overtale dem under mange tårer, men ingenting lyktes. Dette gjorde faren rasende, så han fornyet truslene og ga dem en dag til å bestemme seg for å tilbe avgudene eller dø.

De ni søstrene ble enige om å forhindre den forbrytelsen det ville være dersom det var deres egen far som drepte dem, så de flyktet fra byen etter hver sin rute. Deretter ble hver av dem fanget og led martyrdøden i ulike områder over hele den kjente verden rundt Middelhavet.

De to hellige søstrene Marina (Mariña, Marinha, Margarida, Gema) og Liberata (Librada, Libérate) ha lidd martyrdøden på korset den 18. januar 139 i en alder av tyve år i byen Aguas Santas nær Orense i Galicia. De franske kildene sier at Liberata (Sainte-Libérate) ble halshogd i skogen Montus og ligger i en sarkofag fra 1300-tallet i den befestede kirken Saint-Jean-Baptiste i Mazéres. tre mil fra sin søster Quiteria i Aire-sur-l’Adour. Festen for Marina feires den 18. juli, mens Liberata feires den 20. juli.

Når det gjelder hennes syv andre «søstre», skal den hellige Quiteria ha lidd martyrdøden i Aire-sur-l’Adour i Gascogne i Sør-Frankrike, alternativt i Marjaliza i provinsen Toledo i regionen Castilla-La Mancha, og hennes minnedag er 22. mai. Den hellige Victoria (Vitoria, Rita) feires den 17. november sammen med Acisclus av Córdoba. Den hellige Germana (Gemma) skal ha lidd martyrdøden i Numidia, en av de romerske provinsene i Afrika, som en av gruppen den hellige Paulus av Numidia og sytten ledsagere som har minnedag 19. januar. Basilia (Basilissa) er den samme som den hellige Basilla av Smyrna, mens den hellige Marciana (Marica) led martyrdøden i Toledo og har minnedag den 12. juli. Den hellige Eufemia (Eumelia) led martyrdøden i Auria i Orense og minnes den 16. september. For den hellige Genibera (Genebra, Gemma) oppgir kildene ingen minnedag.

Den hellige Wilgefortis som en helgen som har makt til å ta bort triste tanker, og derfra er det utledet at hennes beskyttelse strekker seg til alle de onder som man ønsker å unngå, spesielt skrøpeligheter og plager. Samtidig er hun den som gir oss godene fred og ro.

På korset sa Liberata til de tilstedeværende at alle som ville huske hennes lidelse, skulle bli befridd fra alle byrder og vanskeligheter. Dette har ført til at hun ble påkalt av menn og kvinner som var fanget i ulykkelige ekteskap. I England er hennes patronat mer spesifikt: Hun påkalles av kvinner som ønsker å kvitte seg med brysomme ektemenn (to be disencumbered) under navnet Uncumber.

Hennes navn på de forskjellige språk viser til hjelp og befrielse fra bekymringer: Liberata (latin, Galicia og Italia), Libérate, Livrade (Frankrike), Livrade (Gascogne), Librada (Spania), Uncumber (England), Kümmernis, Kummernis, Gehilfe, Hülfe, Hulpe (Hilfe) (Tyskland), Ontkommer, Ontkommena, Oncommer, Ontcommer, Ontcommene, Ontcommenit, Ohnkummer (Nederland), Komina, Comera, Comeria, Cumera, Cumerana, Cumernissa, Kumerana, Kummernus, Kumini, Kumernus, Dignefortis, Dinjefortis, Hilgefortis, Reginfledis, Regenfledis, Múnia (i Barcelona, kult utdødd), Combre, Souci, Wilgefortis, Vilgefortis, Virgefortis, Vierge Forte (i Provençe), Eutropia (i Hellas) og Starosta (i Tsjekkia).

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Catedral Ortodoxa de Sao Paulo, Brasil – Vídeo

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Catedral Ortodoxa de Sao Paulo, Brasil

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Catedral Ortodoxa de Sao Paulo está localizado na área central da cidade de São Paulo, Brasil. Esta lado do metrô Paraiso, onde as linhas de metrô verde e azul se encontram, pouco antes do início da Avenida Paulista.

A Catedral Ortodoxa de São Paulo foi feita pela comunidade libanesa-brasileira, construída em 1940 e foi inaugurado em 1954 para o aniversário de 400 anos da cidade de São Paulo. A catedral é um exemplo de arquitetura bizantina, inspirada na Hagia Sophia em Istambul, Turquia.

Arquitetura e única da catedral, com sua cúpula dourada é um dos marcos da cidade. O interior da catedral é lindamente decorado e apresenta importantes pinturas, vitrais, que são considerados obras de arte, fileiras de colunas de mármore que são estilo coríntio e muitas imagens de santos em toda a igreja.

A catedral está aberta ao público e excursões a igreja podem ser agendadas por telefone. Está aberto de segunda a sexta das 09:00 às 18:00 h, sábado das 10:00 às 13:00 e massa é aos domingos às 10:30.

Informações:
Telefone: (11) 5549.8146 / 5579.3835
Email: falecom@catedralortodoxa.com.br

Localização
Catedral Ortodoxa de Sao Paulo
Rua Vergueiro, 1515
Paraiso – Sao Paulo, SP – Brasil
Metro: Paraiso estação de metro na Linha 1-Azul e Linha 2-Verde (Ver Mapa de Metro)

 

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Fonte de:

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The 9 nonuplet Saints of Portugal: Saints Wilgefortis (Liberata) the crusified, Marina, Quiteria, Genibera, Eufemia, Marciana, Germana, Basilia & Victoria the Virgin-Martyrs in Mediterranean (+139)

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Portugal,

the homeland of St Wilgefortis & her sisters

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St Virgin-Martyr Wilgefortis or Liberata, the crusified (+139)

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The 9 nonuplet sisters Virgin-Martyrs of Portugal:

Saints Wilgefortis the crusified, Marina, Quiteria, Genibera, Eufemia,

Marciana, Germana, Basilia & Victoria the Virgin-Martyrs in Mediterranean (+139)

& St Ovidius 3rd Bishop of Braga, Portugal (+135)

Saint Virgin-Martyr Wilgefortis or Liberata the crusified

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Saint Virgin-Martyr Wilgefortis or Liberata the crusified

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The names of the 9 Virgin-Martyrs from Portugal:

Saint Wilgefortis or Liberata or Eutropia the crucified, Virgin-Martyr in Aguas Santas, Spain (July 20, +139)

Saint Marina or Margarida, Virgin-Martyr in Aguas Santas, Spain  (January 18, +139)

Saint Quiteria, Virgin-Martyr in Aire-sur-l’Adour, France (May 22, +139)

Saint Eufemia or Eumelia, Virgin-Martyr in Braga, Portugal (September 16, +139)

Saint Marciana or Marica, Virgin-Martyr in Toledo, Spain (January 9, +139)

Saint Germana Virgin-Martyr and the Saints Paul, Gerontius, January, Saturninus, Suxessus, Julius, Katus and Pia, Martyrs in Numidia, North Africa (January 19, +139)

Saint Victoria / Vitoria / Rita, Virgin-Martyr from Braga, Portugal (November 17, +139)

Saint Genibera / Genebra / Gemma, Virgin-Martyr from Braga, Portugal (+139)

Saint Basilia or Basilissa, Virgin-Martyr from Braga, Portugal (July 12, +139)

Feast days: Jan 9, 18 & 19, May 22, June 3, July 12 & 20, Sep 16

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Saint Ovidius, 3rd Bishop of Braga, Portugal (+135)

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Saint Ovidius, also Saint Auditus, is a Portuguese saint. Saint Ovidius was a Roman citizen of Sicilian origin. Tradition states that he was sent to Braga by Pope Clement I, where he served as the city’s third bishop around 95. He baptized Saint Wilgifortis (Liberata) and her sisters after they were abandoned by their mother.

He was martyred for his Christian faith in 135.

The Portuguese call him Santo Ovídio, and sometimes, by the folkloric São Ouvido (literally “he who is heard” or “ear”), a folk-etymological translation of the Latin name Auditus; this name was then rendered as Ovídio. Because of his name, Saint Auditus or Ovidius was traditionally invoked against auditory diseases.

His feast day is June 3.

Saint Virgin-Martyr Wilgifortis or Liberata the crusified

The Saints 9 Virgin-Martyrs of Portugal were born in the year 119 A.D. in Braga, Portugal. They were the daughters of pagan Castelius Lucius Severus and Calsia.

Her mother, Calsia was disgusted at the fact that she went through nine childbirths and not one of them was male. She called on her maid Sila to dispose of them by drowning the nine infants. Sila was a follower of Christianity so she ended up giving the babies to a Christian monk to be raised in the Christian community. Their father King Lucio was completely unaware of their birth.

Saint Ovidius the Bishop of Braga in Portugal, took care of the girls, baptized them Christian, and taught them all about Christianity. St Quiteria was the most dedicated out of her sisters when it came to their faith. She was fascinated with the Virgin Mary and the words of Christ. The monk eventually told the girls that their biological parents were the Royal Rulers of the country, but none of them had the desire to live a luxurious life.

St Wilgefortis (Liberata), St Quiteria and their seven other sisters around breaking Christians out of jail. This lasted for a few years until they were caught and brought to the King. Once the King realized who they were he asked them to live in the palace. While the sisters lived there they praised Jesus everyday and eventually turned their room into a prayer hall. When the King realized they were Christians he told them to give it up and marry Roman pagans. They refused and were locked up in jail. In jail they praised and glorified Jesus, and eventually an angel came and told St Quiteria “Happy and fortunate you are, for you deserved to find grace in front of God, so that God has chosen you as his spouse. It is God’s will, that you are to live in solitude in the mount Oria and there you will exercise in oration and contemplation”. The angel released them from jail and they escaped all going in different directions. St Quiteria followed the angel and lived on the top of a mountain, where she was eventually captured. Once she again declined the marriage offer, she was imprisoned. Again she was freed by an angel, and returned to the mountain along with a group of other women whom she converted to Christianity. Along the way she had received the crown of martyrdom, and met Prosen Lastiano the ruler of the city Aufragia. She converted him to Christianity, but then a few days later he gave it up and became a pagan again. Prosen and his soldiers reached the mountain with intentions to kill her, but as the were ascending he fell down suddenly and lost all feeling in his hands and legs. Through the prayer of St Quiteria he regained his senses, and became full of faith. King Lucio was infuriated at the fact that his daughter converted women from his palace and one of his good friends to Christianity. Lucio and his soldiers left the palace so they could hunt her down. When they finally found her at the Aire-sur-l’Adour church in Gascony, France, he again tried to force her into marriage, and she declined because she wanted to remain a virgin for Jesus. Her father then ordered one of his soldiers to behead her, and it was done instantly. They also beheaded all of the other Christian women she was with. Αfter she was beheaded she walked to the Church of the Virgin Mary with her head in her hands.

St Marina the Virgin-Martyr in Aquas Santas, Spain

Saint Marina was condemned to die in an oven. But she was rescued from this fate by St. Peter, who brought her out of the oven and water to cool her off. Later she was beheaded, but her head bounced around three times causing three fountains to spring from the ground.

In the place where she martyred there are:

-The prison of Saint Marina

-The church of Ascension: The oven of torture

-“Piocas”: The pond, where she was refreshed by St. Apostle Peter

-The sacred Fountains of Saint Marina: The places where her head bounced

-Saint Marina’s Oaks: Places with miraculous properties

-Vacariza carving stones

A parallel archaeological excavation and study of the local church has shown that the earliest layer of the present Church was built in the 6th century (AD 502 – 593).

Saint Wilgefortis, or Liberata, was martyred after Saint Marina in Aguas Santa in Spain. She was promised by her father to a pagan king. She took a vow of virginity and tried to stave off the wedding through prayer; she hoped to become repulsive and thus undesirable. Her prayers were answered in an odd way. She sprouted a beard.Her father, furious, had her crucified.

Saint Euphemia, or Eumelia, another sister, threw herself from a cliff to avoid capture. When she fell, the rock opened and swallowed her whole; a spring immediately appeared on the spot. This idea of being swallowed by rock and a subsequent spring echoes the Galician legends around St. Jacques and legends around Saint Fris, whose cult is centered in Gascony….where a lot of the 9-sisters action was said to have taken place.

Their sister Saint Marciana arrested in Toledo in Spain, where she was martyred.

Their sister Saint Victoria arrested in Cordoba in Spain, where she was martyred.

Their sister Saint Germana arrested and martyred in Numidia in North Africa, with the Saint Martyr Paul and 17 other Holy Martyrs.

Their sisters Saint Genibera and Saint Basilia arrested and martyred in Mediterranean Sea.

Sources:

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Αγία Ειρήνη η Παρθενομάρτυς & Οσιομάρτυς του Tomar της Πορτογαλίας (+653) & Video της πόλης Tomar

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PORTUGAL OF MY HEART

SAINTS OF MY HEART

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Η πόλη Tomar της Πορτογαλίας

που γεννήθηκε και μαρτύρησε η Αγία Ειρήνη

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Tomar, Πορτογαλία

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H Αγία Ειρήνη η Παρθενομάρτυς του Tomar της Πορτογαλίας (+653)

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Αγία Ειρήνη η Παρθενομάρτυς & Οσιομάρτυς

του Tomar της Πορτογαλίας (+653)

20 Οκτωβρίου

Η Αγία Ειρήνης (στα πορτογαλικά: Santa Iria) του Tomar ήταν μία Χριστιανή που μαρτύρησε για την πίστη της στην Πορτογαλία. Γεννήθηκε το 635 στη Nabância σημερινή Tomar της Πορτογαλίας και μαρτύρησε το 653 στην ίδια πόλη.

Για να την προστατέψουν οι γονείς της από διάφορους κινδύνους την έστειλαν σε ένα μοναστηριακό σχολείο, κάνοντας επιπλέον μαθήματα και με έναν ιδιωτικό δάσκαλο. Οι μόνες φορές που έλειπε από το σπίτι της ήταν για να πάει στη Θεία Λειτουργία. Ένας νεαρός ευγενής που ονομαζόταν Britald έτυχε να τη δει σε μία από τις σπάνιες εξόδους της και την ερωτεύτικε παράφορα. Κάθε φορά που έφευγε για να πάει στην εκκλησία, την ακολουθούσε. Μία ημέρα μπήκε μπροστά της και της έκανε πρόταση γάμου. Η Αγία Ειρήνη αποφασισμένη του είπε οτι δεν θέλει να τον παντρευτεί. Ο Britald αρρώστησε με κατάθλιψη και η Αγία Ειρήνη έσπευσε να του καταστήσει σαφές ότι ο λόγος για την αγαμία της ήταν ότι η ίδια είχε αφιερωθεί στο Θεό ως μοναχή. Continue reading “Αγία Ειρήνη η Παρθενομάρτυς & Οσιομάρτυς του Tomar της Πορτογαλίας (+653) & Video της πόλης Tomar”

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Ι. ΜΗΤΡΟΠΟΛΗ ΙΣΠΑΝΙΑΣ & ΠΟΡΤΟΓΑΛΙΑΣ

Ορθόδοξες

Ενορίες & Κοινότητες στην

Ισπανία & Πορτογαλία

MADRID, ALCORCÓN, GETAFE, ALCALÁ DE HENARES,

GUADALAHARA, VALLADOLID, SEGOVIA, VILLARROBLEDO, VILLAMALEA, PAMPLONA, 

GIBRALTAR (U.K.), BARCELONA, VALENCIA, ISLAS BALEARES,

MÁLAGA, MARBELLA, TORREMOLINOS, VÉLEZ-MÁLAGA/TOREE DEL MAR,

FUENGIROLA, SEVILLA, CÓRDOBA, GRANADA,

ISLA DE GRAN CANARIA, ISLA LANZAROTE, ΙSLA LA GOMERA, LISBOA

ESTORIL, MAFRA, COIMBRA, SETÚBAL, LAGOS, 

ALBUFEİRA (FARO), ILHA MADEIRA, PORTO, AVEIRO, VIANA DO CASTELO, TROFA, 

CUCUJÃES, FAMILIAÇÃO, PÓVOA DE VRAZÍM, CHAVES, 

SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA, VIGO, ORENSE, A CORUÑA

Α΄ Ἀρχιερατική Περιφέρεια Κεντρικῆς καί Βορείου Ἱσπανίας καί Γιβραλτάρ.

ΜΑΔΡΙΤΗ – MADRID

1. Ἱερός Καθεδρικός Ναός Ἁγίων Ἀποστόλου Ἀνδρέου τοῦ Πρωτοκλήτου καί Μεγαλομάρτυρος Δημητρίου τοῦ Μυροβλήτου. Ταχ. διεύθυνσις: Catedral Ortodoxa Griega de los Ss. Andrés y Demetrio. C/. Nicaragua 12. 28016 Madrid, España. Tel. 0034-91-3454085 – Fax. 0034-91-3509374. Ἀρχιερατικῶς Προϊστάμενος• ὁ Σεβ. Μητροπολίτης κ. Πολύκαρπος. Ἱερατικῶς Προϊστάμενος• Πρωτοπρ. Οἰκουμ. Θρόνου Δημήτριος Τσιαμπαρλῆς. Ἐφημέριος: Πρωτοπρεσβύτερος Βενιαμίν Μοράρου (τηλ. κιν. 671-353201).
2. Ὀρθόδοξος Ἑλληνική Κοινότης – Ἐνορία Μαδρίτης καί περιχώρων. Ταχ. διεύθυνσις: Calle Nicaragua 12, 28016 Madrid. Πρόεδρος• κ. Νικόλαος Πολυζιάδης, Ἄρχων Ἀκτουάριος. Ἀντιπρόεδρος: κ. Ἰγνάτιος Λάσα-Γεωργᾶς. Γραμματεύς• κα Σοφία Κάτρη. Ταμίας: κ. Σακελλάριος Κουτσουράης. Ἐπίτιμος Πρόεδρος• κ. Γεώργιος Ὀρφανίδης, Ἄρχων Νομοφύλαξ. Μερίμνῃ τῆς Ἱερᾶς Μητροπόλεως καί τῆς Κοινότητος-Ἐνορίας, παρά τῷ Continue reading “Ορθόδοξες Ενορίες & Κοινότητες στην Ισπανία & Πορτογαλία”

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