Saint Luke, Bishop of Simferopol and Crimea, the Blessed Surgeon

A new miracle of St Luke, Archbishop of Crimea, has occurred in the ancient Greek region of the Argolid, in the city of Argos.

A young man named Christos Argiropoulos, son of the Argos State Philharmonic Society’s conductor, says that he took to St Peter’s Church a piece of cloth, saturated with oil from St Luke’s Relics. On March 30 he met with his friend, the owner of a shop in Argos, and gave him a small piece of the cloth with the saint’s blessing, as his friend had had serious problems with his spine. Movements that would be ordinary for a healthy person were extremely difficult for him: in order to get into a car he had to bear 20 minutes of pain.

Less than half an hour later, the friend called him, weeping with joy: as soon as the sick man came home, his mother anointed him with the oil from the relics. The young man at once felt that something was coming out from within; all the pain that had been tormenting him for so long time were disappearing!

After some time, Christos Argiropoulos met with his friend again. The latter began performing acrobatic tricks before him right on the pavement, crying and laughing at the same time.

May we have the blessing of St Luke the Physician, and all the Saints.

Comments Off on Saint Luke, Bishop of Simferopol and Crimea, the Blessed Surgeon

Filed under Readings, Saints

Comments are closed.