Prayer to the Blessed Princess Juliana Vyazemskaya and Novotorzhskaya

O blessed Lady, most glorious Martyr of Christ, pious Princess Juliana, who fought for the good of purity, who was enriched for her sake and with divine gifts, who suffered in her temporary life from an evil enemy, who received endless consolation from Christ God, who was adorned with good deeds and meekness, and inherited the land of the meek, who lived piously in the law, and who now has miracles brightened up! Thou, who, for the sake of thy purity of heart, didst receive the Light of the Holy Spirit into thee, and was a treasure of all good works on earth, and, for this sake, having achieved the good end of martyrdom, was vouchsafed an ineffable light in the eternal blood of the Heavenly village. You, who are established with the holy cathedrals and rejoice with the faces of martyrs, remember us also, who praise your virtuous life and your martyr’s sufferings, and honor your memory with spiritual joy. Look upon us, who are overwhelmed by the waves of everyday life, so that by your prayers we may live well, escape the snares of the devil, and be made worthy of eternal blessings with you. O all-blessed passion-bearer, who hast appeared to the Master of all and to God as a good and faithful servant! Today, gathered together in your temple, we fall down to your relics and cry out with emotion and supplication to you: pray with us and for us to God, who is implored from His benevolence, so that He may mercifully hear us who ask for His goodness, and grant us all who need petitions for salvation and life, and to all, in every place, in every place, in every place, in every place, in every place, in every place, in every place, in every place, in every place, in every place, in every place, in every place, in every place, in every place, in every place, in every place, in every place, in every place, in every place, in every place, in every place, in every place, in every place, in every place, in every place, in every place, in every place, in every place, in every place. sorrows and conditions to those who demand His love for humanity and help, His great mercy. By the grace of God and your warm intercession, may you always be healthy in body and soul, and let us praise the wondrous God in the saints, who does not withdraw His help from us, always, now and to the ages of ages. Amen.

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