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Icon of Saint Seraphim of Sarov – S30

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Saint Seraphim of Sarov lived like an angel in this world.  He was born in Kursk, Russia, in 1759 and as a young boy was healed by the wonder-working Kursk-Root icon when she passed by his house.  He entered the Sarov Monastery at 19, and excelled in prayer and ascetic life, with patience, love, and charity towards others.  After ordination to the priesthood, he became the spiritual director of the Diveyevo Convent and helped establish it.  He lived for 25 years as a hermit, until he was savagely beaten by a group of thieves looking for money.  They left him for dead, and although he recovered, he was bent over for the rest of his life by this beating.

Saint Seraphim returned to the Sarov Monastery after he was so injured that the Abbot felt it would better for him to return.  Soon afterwards, the Mother of God, who appeared to him several times in his life, told him to open his doors to all who would come, and a stream of visitors hungry for spiritual life and help came to him.  He was the most famous staretz, or elder spiritual guide, in Russia in the 19th century.  Saint Seraphim shone with light, and told us the meaning of the Christian life.  He died in blessed repose in 1833.

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