Saints in alphabetical order
Adrian and his Wife Natalia.
Agapia, Chionia, and Irene the Martyrs.
Alban the Martyr.
Alexander and Antonina the Martyrs.
Alexandra the Martyr (303).
Alexis of Moscow.
Alexis the Man of God.
Alla and Larisa the Martyrs.
Ambrose, Bishop of Mediolanum (Milan).
Anastasia the Deliverer from Bonds.
Anastasia the Roman, the Martyr.
Anatoly the Martyr.
Andrew the Archbishop of Crete.
Andrew the First-Called, the Apostle.
Andrew the Fool-for-Christ-sake.
Angelina of Serbia.
Angelina the Serbian and Her Husband St. John.
Anna and Joachim.
Anna the Prophetess and Symeon the Host of God.
Anthony and Theodosius of the Kiev-Pechora caves.
Anthony the Great.
Antonina and Alexander the Martyrs.
Antonina the Martyr.
Asterius the Senator and Marinus the Soldier the Martyrs.
Athanasius the Great.
Augustine the Bishop of Northern Africa.
Barbara the great Martyr.
Basil the Great, Gregory the Theologian, and John Chrysostom.
Basil the Great.
Basil, the fool-for-Christ-sake of Moscow.
Bede the Church Historian.
Boris and Gleb the Passionbearers.
Chionia, Agapia, and Irina the Martyrs.
Christina the Martyr.
Christofer (May 22).
Chrysanthus and Daria the Martyrs.
40 Martyrs of Sebastia: Claudius, Valerius, Leontius, Theophilus...
Constantine the Great, Helen, and elevation of the Cross.
Cosmas and Damian the umercenaries and wonderworkers.
Cosmas, Damian, and Leontius the Martyrs.
Cyril and Methodius.
Damian and Cosmas the nmercenaries and wonderworkers.
Damian, Cosmas, and Leontius the Martyrs.
Daniel the Prophet.
Daria and Chrysanthus the Martyrs.
Dimitry of Salonica Great Martyr.
Dimitry, Bishop of Rostov.
Efrosinia the Princess of Polotsk.
Elias the Prophet.
Elizabeth Grand Duchess, the new Martyr.
Ennapha, Paula, and Valentina the Martyrs.
Eugenia, Claudia, and those with them the Martyrs.
Evdokia the Samaritan, Protomartyr.
Galina, Victoria, Leonid, Nika... the Martyrs.
Genevieve of Paris.
Gennady of Kostroma.
George the Great Martyr.
Gleb and Boris the Passionbearers.
Gregory the Dialogist.
Gregory the Theologian, John Chrysostom, and Basil the Great.
Gregory the Theologian.
Helen the Empress, Constantine, and elevation of the Cross.
Herman of Alaska the Wonderworker.
Ignatius the Godbearer, Bishop of Antioch.
Igor the Prince of Chernigov and Kiev.
Innas, Pinna, and Rimma the Martyrs.
Innocent of Irkutsk.
Irene, Agapia, and Chionia the Martyrs.
Irina the Martyr of Balkan.
James the Apostle, the Lord's Brother.
Joachim and Anna.
John and his wife Angelina the Serbians.
John Chrysostom, Basil the Great, and Gregory the Theologian.
John Chrysostom; the translation of the relics.
John of Damascus.
John of Kronstadt the Wonderworker.
John the Baptist.
John the Theologian, Apostle and Evangelist.
Julia the Martyr of Palestine.
Juliana and Paul the Martyrs.
Julianna the Martyr.
Katharine the Martyr.
Kira and Marina.
Klavdia, Eugenia, and those with them the Martyrs.
Larissa and Alla the Martyrs.
Leo of Rome.
Leonid, Victoria, Nika, Galina... the Martyrs.
Leonida the Martyr.
Leonilla the Martyr.
Leontius the Martyr.
Leontius, Cosmas, and Damian the Martyrs.
40 Martyrs of Sebastia: Leontius, Valerius, Claudius, Theophilus...
Lubov, Vera, Nadezhda (Nada), and Sophia the Martyrs.
Ludmila the Princess, the Martyr.
Lydia the Martyr and her Family.
Marina and Kira.
Marina the Martyr of Pisidian Antioch.
Marinus the Soldier and Asterius the Senator the Martyrs.
Martin of Tours.
Martinian, Zoia, and Svetlana.
Mary Magdalene, equal to the Apostles.
Mary of Egypt.
Maximos the Confessor.
Methodius and Cyril.
Michael the Archangel and all the Bodiless Powers of Heaven.
Michael the Prelate of Kiev.
Michael the Prince and boyar Theodor the Martyrs.
Militza the Queen of Serbia.
Monica of the North Africa.
Nadezhda (Nada) (Hope), Vera, Lubov, and Sophia the Martyrs.
Natalia and her husband Adrian.
Nicetas the Martyr (327).
Nicholas II the Russian Tsar-Martyr.
Nicholas the Wonderworker of Myra in Lycia.
Nika, Victoria, Galina, Leonid... the Martyrs.
Nikita of the Kiev caves.
Nina the Enlightener of Georgia.
Nonna the deaconess.
Oleg, Prince of Briansk.
Olga the Russian Princess.
Olympiada the Deaconess.
Oswald the Royal Martyr of Northumbria.
Pachomius the Great.
Panteleimon the Great Martyr and Healer.
Paraskeva the Martyr.
Patrick of Ireland.
Paul and Juliana the Martyrs.
Paul and Peter the Apostles.
Paula, Valentina, and Ennapha the Martyrs.
Pelagia of Jerusalem.
Pelagia of Tarsus.
Peter and Paul the Apostles.
Philip Metropolitan of Moscow.
Philonilla and Zinais the Martyrs.
Pinna, Innas, and Rimma the Martyrs.
Procopius the Martyr of Palestinian Caesarea.
Raisa the Virgin, the Martyr.
Rimma, Innas, and Pinna the Martyrs.
Romanus the Melodist.
Rostislav the Prince, "the Believer of Right."
Sebastian, Zoe, and those with them the Martyrs.
Seraphim of Sarov.
Sergius of Radonezh.
Sophia, Vera, Nadezhda, and Lubov the Martyrs.
Stephanis and Victor the Martyr.
Stephen the Bishop of Perm.
Stephen the the Protomartyr Archdeacon.
Susanna the Martyr and others.
Svetlana, Martinian, and Zoia.
Symeon the Host of God and Anna the Prophetess.
Taisia of Egypt.
Tamara the queen of Georgia.
Tatiana the Martyr of Rome.
Thaisia of Egypt (340).
Theodore the boyar and Prince Michael the Martyrs.
Theodore the Tyro, the Martyr.
Theodosius and Anthony of the Kiev-Pechora caves.
40 Martyrs of Sebastia Theophilus, Leontius, Valerius, Claudius...
Tikhon of Zadonsk.
Vadim the Martyr.
Valentina, Paula, and Ennapha the Martyrs.
40 Martyrs of Sebastia Valerius, Claudius, Leontius, Theophilus...
Vasilissa the Martyr.
Vatsfav (Wenceslas), the King of the Czechs.
Vera (Faith), Nadezhda, Lubov, and Sophia the Martyrs.
Victor and Stephanis the Martyr.
Victoria, Leonid, Nika, Galina... the Martyrs.
Vincent of Lerins.
Vitali the Monk.
Vladimir the new Martyr, Metropolitan of Kiev.
Xenia of Rome.
Xenia of St. Petersburg.
Zacharias the Prophet.
Zinais and Philonilla the Martyrs.
Zoe, Sebastian, and those with them the Martyrs.
Zoia, Martinian, and Svetlana.
Missionary Leaflet # E
Editor: Bishop Alexander (Mileant)