Saint Maximus the Greek (Graikos) on January 21 Saint Maximus the Greek, also called Maximus the Hagiorite - of Vatopaidi (born 1470, Árta, Greece—died 1556, near Moscow), Greek Orthodox monk, Humanist scholar, and linguist, whose principal role in the translation of the Scriptures and philosophical–theological literature into the Russian language made possible the dissemination of Byzantine cu...
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Greek Saint Maxim (13th cent), Metropolitan of Kiev, was particularly concerned about marriage. He encouraged couples to be married in the faith, and urged men to seek religious spouses because, he believed, "the woman is unto the salvation of the man." He is celebrated December 6th, the date of his peaceful repose.
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Saint Maximus the Confessor (580-662 AD), on January 21 St Maximus has left to the Church a great theological legacy. The dogmatic works of St Maximus include explanations of the Orthodox teaching on the Divine Essence and the Persons of the Holy Trinity, on the Incarnation of the Word of God, and on “theosis” (“deification”) of human nature. The saint and two of his disciples were subjected to ...