Prayer to the holy Princes Konstantin and his children: Michael and Theodore, the Wonderworkers of Murom

O brave warrior and chosen voivode of the heavenly King Christ, who overcame the beauty of idolatry by the power of the Holy Spirit and enlightened the city of Murom by holy baptism, O holy and faithful Princess Constantine! Fervently before the honest ration of your many-healing relics, we beseech you with tears, and beseech you to grant us forgiveness of our sins by your intercession to God. Stand, O Holy One, for you have boldness towards the Most Holy Trinity, and encourage with you to pray your most blessed two branches, the most faithful Prince Michael, who obeys you to death and has shed his blood for this city, and who was slain without malice (for it is in vain to turn the darkness of souls saved to the Lord), and the most faithful Prince Theodore, who is zealous for piety. Again, with tears, we humbly ask: keep, O blessed ones, this city unharmed, its beloved and free from the work of the demon. But keep this monastery, and those who live and work in it, unharmed from all the machinations and arrows of the demons. Grant, O saints, to this city, to every city and country, a peaceful and undisturbed life, and an abundance of the fruits of the earth. To those who sail and travel on the sea, and to those who run to the shrine of your relics with faith, awaken the ruler of the world in peace: freedom for the wicked, their peaceful and joyful return to their homes, grant them by your prayers, so that we all cry out with joy: our intercessors for the good faith! Keep all without misfortune, so that all of you who run with faith to the purpose-bearing ration of your relics and receive healing in our souls and bodies, we glorify you, our intercessors, glorifying the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit, now and ever, and unto the ages of ages. Amen.

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