Saints of the Russian Orthodox Church: Nestor of Thessaloniki

Nestor of Thessaloniki (about 306) is a Saint-Martyr whose bravery & force might serve an encouraging example for us. He is considered to be a companion of St. Demetrius of Thessaloniki.

He lived under the reign of severe Emperor Maximian (250-310) who persecuted the Christians. Little information is know about him except his brave fight against a feared pagan gladiator Lyeios who tormented the Christians.

Nestor asked imprisoned St. Demetrius for blessing  & no matter his young age defeated Lyeios. The Emperor became furious & ordered to decapitate the future Saint.

Nestor of Thessaloniki is celebrated on the 9th of November.

Maria KethuProfumo

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7 Responses to Saints of the Russian Orthodox Church: Nestor of Thessaloniki

  1. Thank you for the introduction to Nestor of Thessaloniki, Maria.

  2. fulvialuna1 says:

    Non conoscevo, grazie.

  3. bernard25 says:

    Bonjour
    Brise légère, soleil du matin tous vous attendent pour vous réveiller. Puisses-vous avoir une merveilleuse journée et souvenez-vous de moi autant que je me souviens de vous
    Amitié bise Bernard

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