Our righteous father John of Kronstadt was an archpriest of the Russian Orthodox Church serving at St. Andrew's Cathedral in Kronstadt. Here, he greatly committed himself to charity, especially for those who were remote from the church, and traveled extensively throughout the Russian empire. He was already greatly venerated at the time of his repose, and was glorified by the Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia in 1964 and by the Russian Orthodox Church in 1990.
A fervent practitioner of prayer and a spiritual phenomenon in his own time, his feast days are commemorated on December 20 and October 19.
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