Saint Karas

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Saint Karas the Anchorite, also known as Anbba Karas (الأنبا كاراس), was a saint of the Coptic Orthodox Church who lived during the late fifth and early sixth centuries.[1] According to his biographer, the Egyptian monk Saint Pambo, he spent 57 years in isolation in the Scetis Desert in communion with God.

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  1. ^ "Saint Karas the Acholyte". Retrieved 6 October 2012. 

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