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Syriac Orthodox Saints

Syriac Orthodox saints are holy people and human people who lived extraordinary lives and God did miracles through them. Each saint the Church honors responded to God's invitation to use his or her unique gifts.

This alphabetic list includes saints on the General Syriac Orthodox Calendar as well as other holy people for each day of the year. Most saints and holy people have specially designated feast days in the church. Syriac people remembers these holy men and women in a special way. Some feast dates on this site fall on days other than the official feast day. We will update this list according to the calendar of the saints which is integral part of our faith and tradition.
 

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A

A'ami, of Tur'abdin, St. & Martyr

Aaron, of Sarug, the Illustrious

Aaron, of Shigor

Abai, St. Martyr

Abdeh d-Aloho II, Ignatius, Patriarch of Antioch

Abdeh da'Mshiho, Martyr

'Abd Eeshu' of Nisibis, Episcopos

'Abdo, St. disciple of Mor Augen

'Abdo ('Abdon) & Sennis, Sts.

'Abedshlomo of Edessa, Metropolitan
Abel (Hobel) son of Adam, (1/2)

Abhai, the martyr +4 c (10/1)

Abhai of Nicea, St.

Abgar, the black

Abibus, Martyr of Edessa (11/15)

Abibus, Martyr of Persia (3/27)

Abodotta & children, Martyrs

Abraham, Isaac, & Jacob, Patriarchs

Abraham, St. Bishop of Caria, Mesopotamia, 5th C (2/14)

Abrohom, St. (5th c)

Abrohom teacher of Mor Barsawmo (+404?) (4/18)

Abrohom of Qidon (1/20)

Abrohom of Mt. Rom, St.

Abrohom, Abo of Niphtar (3/13)

Abrosimus, Martyr

Acacius, of Amid, Bishop

Acacius (Oqoq) of Melitene, Bishop

Acacius, Martyr of Nicomedia

Adam, Abo

Adai and Mari (8/5)

Adrian and his wife Natalia, Martyrs (8/26)

Adrian Martyr of Caesarea 308 (3/4)

Agabus, the prophet (4/8)

Agape, Chionia (Chione) & Irene, + 304 (4/3)

Agapius, of Caesarea, martyr (11/20)

Agatha of Catania (2/5)

Agathangel, Martyr + 312 (1/23)

Agathon monk of Egypt + 435 AD (3/2)
Agathopus (Agathopedes) & Theodulus, (4/4)

Agathopus and Philo the deacon +150 (4/25)

Aggai, Bishop of Edessa (1/9)

Agnes, the martyr (1/21)
Aho, St. (1/25)

Ahudemeh, St. (8/2)

Alexander of Alexandria +326/8 (2/26)

Alexander, Founder of the "Unsleeping Ones" Monastery +420 AD (2/23)

Alexis, St. the Man of God + 411 AD (3/17)

Alexis of Rome +430 (7/17)

Alypius, the stylist +390 (11/26)

Amun, Abo

Ananias who baptized St. Paul Acts 9 (1/25)

Ananias, Mor the hermit (3/17)

Anastasia, St. the hermit (1/21)

Angonisto, Abo

Anna the prophetess (Luke 2:22-37), (2/2)

Annunciation Suboro, of the Lord to the Mother of God (3/25)

Anthony, St. of Egypt 251-355/6 (1/17)

Agrippina of Rome (6/23)

Apolon, Abo

Archelaus, Fotis, Qirino, and 17  confessors (3/4)

Archelides and his mother Augusta (1/10)

Aristoboulus, St. Bishop of Britain and one of the 70 disciples, 1st c (3/16)

Asclepiades, Pionios, Macedonia, Linus and Sabina Martyrs of Smyrna +250 (3/11)

Athanasius, St. Patriarchs of Alexandria +373 (1/18)
Athanasius Paulos, St. + 1953 (1/25)

Augen (Eugene), St. (4/21)

Augusta and her Archelides (1/10)

 

B

Babylas, St. Patriarch of Antioch (1/23 and 9/4)

Barsamyo, Bishop of Edessa, 2nd C (1/31)

Barsaumo, St. the chief of the Mourners +457 AD (2/3)

Bartholomew and Philip, Sts.  the Apostles (4/2)

Basil, St. + 379 (1/1)

Bishoe, Abo, the great of Cyrus

Bishoe, Abo

Basus and Serapion (3/19)

 

C

Clement (Clemis) Bishop of Rome 100, (1/22)
Clement (Clemis), Bishop of Ancyra [Ankara] (1/23)
Cyril, St. Patriarchs of Alexandria
+444 (1/18)

Cyril (Qurillos) and Qinda (3/10)

Cyril, St. bishop of Jerusalem +386 (3/18)

 

D

 

Daniel the prophet (3/21)

David, St. Bishop of Harran +880 (2/10)

Denis, St. of France (10/9)

Dodo, St. +609 (5/20)
 

 

E

Elias III, the Patriarch, +1932 (2/13)

Elijah (Eliyo) the prophet, 875 BD (2/1 and 7/20)

Elisha the prophet (3/26)

Epiphanius, St. bishop of Salamis, Cyprus +402/3 (3/13)

St. Epiphanius, St. Priest (3/27)
Epiphany (Denho), Baptism of our Lord (1/6)

Ephrem, St. the Syrian +373 (6/9)

Eudoxia, St. of Heliopolis (Baalabak) + 160-170 AD (3/1)

Eusebius, Hermit of Syria (2/15)

Eusabius, bishop of Samosata +380 (6/22)

Eustathius, St. Patriarch of Antioch 324-337 (2/21)

Evagris, Abo ascetic and writer (1/16)

Evodius, St. 2nd Patriarch of Antioch +68 (1/18)

Ezekiel the Prophet (3/31)


 

F

Febronia, Saint and Martyr, +304 (6/25)

Flavian I, St. Patriarch of Antioch, 381-404 (2/16 & 9/27)

Forty (40) Martyrs of Sebastia 320 AD (3/9)

Fotis, Archelaus, Qirino, and 17  confessors (3/4)

 

 

G

Gabriel Archangel (3/26)

Gabriel, St. of Qartmin + 668 (12/23)

George, St. (4/23)

George I, Patriarch of Antioch

Gregorios Bar Hebraeus, Mor Catholicos

Gregory, St. (1/1)

Grusimos, Hermit of Palestine 476 (3/4)

Guryo  and Samona (Shmuni) (11/15)

 

 

H

Habib, St. (9/20)

Haggai, the Prophet (12/16)

Helena, St. The Empress

Hermas +162 (3/8)

Hilaria, daughter of Emperor Zenon & her brother Lazarus (1/13)

Hilarinos, St. (3/28)

Hobel (see Abel)

Hobel (Abel), St. & Martyr

Hypatios, St. the Wonderworker, Bishop of Gangra +326 (3/31)

 

 

I

Ignatius, St. Patriarch of Antioch (11/17)

Ignatius Elias III, St. Patriarch of Antioch, 1917-1932 AD (2/13)

Ignatius Jacob II Patriarch of Antioch,  1847-1871 (2/18)

Isaac, Doctor, the Syrian +460 (2/19)

Isaiah, Abo

Isidore, St. the monk of Pharma 436-440 (2/4)

 

 

 

J

 

Jacob Baradaeus, St. 500-578 (7/29)

Jacob, St. priest and Martyr, and Mariam his wife (3/16)

Jacob of Edessa, St. + 708 (6/5)

Jacob of Nisibin, St. +338 (1/13 & 5/12)

Jacob, St. of Tel'ada (1/3)

James, St. the Apostle son of Alphaeus (2/4)

Joachim, St. Father of Virgin Mary (4/2)

John Chrysostomos, St. Patriarch of Constantinople 407 (1/25)

John, the Baptist (1/7)

John, Abo, Solitary

John, Abo, the smaller

John Bar Aphtonya, St. +538 (11/8)

John of Ephesus, Mor

John of Sedre, St. Patriarch of Antioch +648 (12/14)

John, Mor Bishop of Tello (2/5)

John III Patriarch of Antioch +873 (1/3)

John Psaltes, St.

John, the Apostle +101 (1/2)

John, St. the Abbot (1/14)

John the wonder worker (1/31)

John son of Euphiminos (3/12)

John, St. the Anchorite of Egypt + 395 AD (3/27)

James St. of Nisibis +338 (1/13 & 5/12)

John, St. the Ladder + 649 (3/30)

Joseph, Abo (3/14)

Julian, Martyr of Hums and 4000 Martyrs (2/7)

Juliana, Blessed of the Monastery of St. Abhai +455 (3/14)

Julianos the physician (3/7)

 

 

 

K

 

Kyriakos, Patriarch of Antioch, 793-817 (8/16)

 

L

Linus, Pionios, Asclepiades, Macedonia, and Sabina Martyrs of Smyrna +250 (3/11)

Lucien of Heliopolis (1/6)

Lut, Abo

 

 

 

M

 

Macedonia, Pionios, Asclepiades, Linus and Sabina Martyrs of Smyrna +250 (3/11)

Macarius, the Great, of Egypt +390/1 (3/22)

Macarius, the lesser (3/20)

Malachi, Prophet 400 BC (1/3)

Malarios, abo

Malke, St. (9/1)

Malko (Malkhos), St. Monk of Syria, 4th c (3/26).

Mariam, Martyr and her husband St. Jacob, priest and Martyr (3/16)

Marina, (Margaret) Martyr of Antioch +4th c. (7/17)

Martinian, (Martianus) Monk + 422 AD (2/13)

Marutha, St. Bishop of Martyropolis (Miafarqeen) +422 (2/16)

Marutha of Takrit, St. Catholicos +649 (5/2)

Mary, (Marina) St. (8/21)

Mary, St. of Egypt +421/2 (4/1)

Mary Magdalene, St. (7/22)

Matthew, St. the apostle (2/24)

Matthias, St. the Apostle (3/3)

Maximilian, St. + 295 (3/12)

Maximinus, Patriarch of Antioch +191 (2/4)

Megetios, Abo

Meletius, St. Patriarch of Antioch 360-381 AD (2/12)

Michael Rabo, Mor Patriarch of Antioch

Michael, St. Patriarch of Alexandria (3/29)

Modestos the priest and 21 Martyrs of Nicomedia (3/13)

Moyse, Abo

Mushe Bar Kifo, Mor +903 (2/12)

 

N

 

Natalia, Martyr (8/26)

Nicephorus, Martyr of Antioch and his father Papinoth + 257 AD (2/9)

Nicodemus (3/10)

Nicholas of Myra, St.

Nifar, Abo

 

 

O

 

Obadiah, the Prophet

Obogos, Mor +538 (3/7)
Onysimus, Apostle of the 70 and disciple of St. Paul,  +109 AD (2/15)

'Ozozoel, St. (2/12)

 

 

 

P

 

Pacomios (Fakhumios), Abo

Palladius the Hermit of Antioch, 4th C (1/28)

Pamphilius, Bishop (2/16)

Paul, St. the Apostle +67/8 (6/29)
Paul, Chief of Ascetics, Abo (1/27)

Paul of Edessa, St.

Paul, Martyr the Syrian (2/3)

Paul of Tamouih, Abo

Paul Bishop of Tello, St. +617 (2/15)

Paul, St. the hermit + 341 (1/15)

Pecman, Abo

Peter, St. the Apostle +67/8 (6/29)

Philip and Bartholomew, Sts. the Apostles (4/2)

Philotheus, St. Martyr of Antioch (1/24)

Philoxinos, St. Bishop of Mabug, 450-523 (4/1; 8/18)

Pionios, Asclepiades, Macedonia, Linus and Sabina Martyrs of Smyrna +250 (3/11)

Polycarp, bishop of Smyrna, +167 or 156? AD (2/23)

Porphyrius, Bishop of Gaza +420 (2/26)

Pronton of Thessalonica and 3 Martyrs (3/14)
 

 

Q

 

Qinda and Cyril (Qurillos) (3/10)
Qirino, Archelaus, Fotis, and 17  confessors (3/4)

 

R

 

Romanos, St. the one who spoke even after his tongue was cut (3/15)

 

S
 

Sabina, Pionios, Asclepiades, Macedonia, and Linus Martyrs of Smyrna +250 (3/11)

Sadok, St. Bishop of Persia, and the 128 Martyrs with him +342/44 (2/20) 

Samuel, Abo

Samuel, St. of Qartmin + 409 (5/15)

Serapion, Abo

Serapion, St. Patriarch of Antioch +211

Serapion and Basus (3/19)

Seventy Disciples of the Lord (1/4)

Severus, St. Patriarch of Antioch 512-519 (2/8)

Sevira (Severus), Mor. of Amida the Ascetic (3/16)

Severus Sabukht, St. +667 (7/20)

Shabor & Aphrohot, Sts.
Shalito, St.

Shamoun, St. of Qartmin +433 (1/19)
Shamoun d'Zayte, St. +734 (6/1)

Sham'un of Beth Man'em, The martyr, Catholicos +1740 (4/6)

Shenuda (Shanudeen), Abo (3/12)

Sharbel and his sister Babai, Martyrs (2/27)

Shereen, the Persian Martyr (2/8)

Simeon, the Elder (Luke 2:21-52), (2/2)

Simeon, St. the old of Mt Sinai +390 (1/26)

Sozima, martyr, the soldier at Antioch in Psidia, 2nd c (6/20)

Stephen, the chief of the Deacons (1/8)

Stephena, the Abbot (3/19)
Stylianus, the stylist +390 (11/26)

Suboro, Annunciation of the Lord to the Mother of God (3/25)

Sylvester, St. Pope of Rome + 335 AD (1/2)

 

T

 

Talyo, the martyr (2/1)

Theodora, the Empress +548 (11/14)

Theodore, St. the Martyr, Recluse of Tyre (2/17)

St. Theodorit, Presbyter of Antioch +361-363 (3/8)

Theodosius of Antioch + 412 (1/11)

Theodotos, Martyr (2/11)

Theophilus, St. Patriarch of Antioch 169-182 (10/17)

Thomas, Abo

Timothy the bishop, of the Seventy +80 (1/22)

Titus, disciple of Timothy (1/26)

Tuma Harqaloyo, Mor

Thomas, St. the Apostle +75 (7/3)

Thomas Stylite of Tello (3/23)

 

 

U

 

 

V

 

Victorinos (Victorini) of Nicomedia (3/6)

 

 

W

 

X

Xenia, St. the Nun, 5th c (1/24)
Xeno (Zeno) the Hermit of Antioch, teacher of St. Basil the Great, 5th C (1/30)

 

Y

Yuhanon, Mor the Syrian (3/15)

Yuhanon of Mardin, Mor (7/12)

 

Z

 

Zechariah, from the 12 Minor Prophets + 520 BC (2/9)

Zeno (Xeno) the Hermit of Antioch, teacher of St. Basil the Great, 5th C (1/30)

Zeynon, Abo

Zkharyo (Zakaria), Abo

Zosime, Abo, the monk of Palestine + 560

 

 

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