Venerable Paraskeva (Parascheva / Petka) of the Balkans - Troparion — Tone 4 "You are worthy of praise, Paraskeva. You loved the ascetic and hesychast life. You ran with longing to your Bridegroom, Christ. You accepted His good yoke in your tender years, marking yourself with the sign of the Cross.

Venerable Paraskeva (Parascheva / Petka) of the Balkans - Troparion — Tone 4 "You are worthy of praise, Paraskeva. You loved the ascetic and hesychast.

Church of St. Parascheva is located in the Lower City of the #Belgrade #Fortress and is built on the site of the miraculous water spring in the vicinity of the Church Ružica, built after 1867. The today's chapel was built in 1937 by the design of architect Momir Korunović

Church of St. Parascheva is located in the Lower City of the and is built on the site of the miraculous water spring in the vicinity of the Church Ružica, built after The today's chapel was built in 1937 by the design of architect Momir Korunović

St. Parascheva (Petka) of Epibatos, Thrace, whose relics are in Lași, Romania (11th century) Saint Paraskeva of the Balkans (also known as Ὁσία Παρασκευή ἡ Ἐπιβατινή, Sveta Petka, Petka of Bulgaria, Petka Paraskeva, Paraskeva of Serbia, Paraskeva Pyatnitsa, Parascheva of Tirnovo, Paraskeva the Serbian, Paraskeva of Belgrade, Parascheva the New, Parascheva the Young) was an ascetic female saint of the 10th century.

St. Parascheva (Petka) of Epibatos, Thrace, whose relics are in Lași, Romania (11th century) Saint Paraskeva of the Balkans (also known as Ὁσία Παρασκευή ἡ Ἐπιβατινή, Sveta Petka, Petka of Bulgaria, Petka Paraskeva, Paraskeva of Serbia, Paraskeva Pyatnitsa, Parascheva of Tirnovo, Paraskeva the Serbian, Paraskeva of Belgrade, Parascheva the New, Parascheva the Young) was an ascetic female saint of the 10th century.

Full of Grace and Truth: Homily on St. Paraskevi by Metropolitan Avgoustinos Kantiotes

Paraskevi the Great Martyr ( source ) Homily on St. Paraskevi by Metropolitan Avgoustinos Kantiotes "A Bedrock of V.

Tomb of Virgin-Martyr Saint Paraskevi, at Pounta, Greece: Many healing miracles occurred as a result of St Paraskevi’s divine intervention. It is said that the persecutors of St. Paraskevi dragged her to the edge of the river Acheron to behead her. As the sword was raised over her head, she grabbed a stone pillar that she held so tightly that the print of her hands melted into it leaving an indelible mark. A church was eventually erected here by the faithful in her honor & housed her holy…

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St. Paraskevi the Venerable Martyr

Sunday Bulletin, July 26, 2015

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