The Monk Prokhor of Pshinsk

Commemorated on January 15

      The Monk Prokhor of Pshinsk pursued asceticism in the Bransk wilderness at the River Pshina, and he founded there a monastery. He is reknown as one of the most strict ascetics of monastic life. He died at the end of the X Century. From the relics of the monk occurred miracles. According to the Serbian Chronicles, the pious king Miliutin (1276-1320) built a church in the name of the Monk Prokhor.

1996-2001 by translator Fr. S. Janos.

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The Monk Prokhor
of Pshinsk

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