Prayer to the Moscow Saints

O venerable and God-bearing fathers of Moscow, pastors and teachers, fasters and confessors, earthly angels, heavenly men: great Hierarchs Peter, Alexius, Jono, Philippa, Hermogenes, Innocent, Job, Tikhon, Macarius, Philaret, and Stephane of Perm; Venerable Sergius, Nikon, Micah, and other wonderworkers of Radonezh; Venerable Schemamonk Kirill and Schemamonk Maria; Venerable Andronikos, Venerable Athanasius of Vysotsky, Savvo of Storozhevsky and Savvo of Stromyn; Tsarevich Dimitry, Venerable Mother Evdokia (Euphrosyne), Venerable Father Feraponte of Mozhaisk and Venerable Father Andrey (Rublev); holy Wonderworkers Princess Daniel of Moscow and Dimitri of Don; beatitudes Holy fools for Christ’s sake Basil, John and Maxim To the Holy Martyr and Grand Duchess Elisaveta and Nun Varvara and all the New Martyrs and confessors of Moscow, we run to you, we pray to you, and we pray to you, do not forget us who run to you, wake up the prayer books for this parish (this church, this house); but we, as we are weak, can do nothing without your intercession, we ask for your intercession for us, who are unworthy, before the Lord God, in troubles of consolation, in misfortunes of protection, in insults of intercession, and in all the evil joys and hopes that happen, so that we may not be like uncomplicated servants, but like your sons, and through your prayers may we inherit eternal life in the Kingdom of the never-ending. Amen.

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