Where are the relics of Matrona?
Blessed Matrona Moscow, in the world of NikonovMatrona Dmitrievna is one of the most revered Russian saints of the 20th century, a model of profound sincere faith. As during life, and after death to the old Matron, thousands of people are stretching out to bow. Having learned about her abilities to heal and help in various everyday affairs, Orthodox people are interested in how to get to Matrona, where the relics of Saint Matrona are kept.
Who is Matrona?
Matrona was born in 1881 in the Tula region inrural poor peasant family. From birth the girl was blind. She regularly visited the temple, located near the house, first with her mother, then herself. The gift of foresight and healing was revealed to the Matron in 7-8 years. To the young healer began to bring sufferers from the surrounding areas. In 17 years, the girl's legs were cut off, but she continued to provide gratuitous assistance to the needy.
Matron's family circumstances in 1925moved to live in Moscow. Despite the fact that she had to drag the life of a homeless stranger in the capital, she loved the city with all her heart and did not cease her activity. Matron died on the 71st year of life, predicting his own death in 3 days.
Where are the relics of the Matrona of Moscow
Blessed Matron was buried in Moscow at the Danilov Cemetery near a small functioning temple. Her grave became a place of pilgrimage for believers in Russia and the near abroad.
In 1999, the canonization of the blessedMatrons, and cancer with relics was placed in the women's Pokrovsky monastery. Since that time, thousands of people want to visit the temple of Matrona of Moscow. How to get to the monastery? It is located on the street. Taganskaya, 58 and you can get to it from the metro stations Marksistskaya, Ilyicha Square, Proletarskaya and Ryazansky Prospekt.
Matron can be worshiped in other places. Where are the relics of the holy matron? Particles of her relics are located in the following Moscow churches:
- Resurrection of Christ, on Izmaylovskoe shosse, 2;
- Princess Euphrosyne of Moscow on Nakhimovsky Avenue, Vlad. 6;
- the holy unholy Kosimy and Damian in Stoleshnikov Lane, 2;
- Great Martyr George the Victorious on the street. Osipenko, 6;
- St. George of Neoecasary in the Great Glade, 29A;
- St. Martin the Confessor on the street. A. Solzhenitsyn, 15.