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as one of the Fathers of the Kemetian Desert. My mentor, St. Anthony and Macarius granted me honor to be their disciple.
I traveled in Scete, finally setting up a monastery. My 40 night succession vigils were widely known.
For 40 years, I slept either sitting or standing. God granted me the grace to cross rivers with out getting wet.
My Coptic memorial falls on 17 June. The Latin rite, on 20 Feb. The Church Russian on 6
June, and 18 Aug. in other Coptic celebrations, as well as 29 Nov in still others.
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By Marshall Connolly, (California Network)
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