Saint Memnon

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Saint Memnon the Wonderworker was alive during the second century A.D.[1] and hegumen of an Egyptian monastery. His feast day is April 28 (Eastern Orthodox liturgics).

In the Egyptian desert he practised religious asceticism.[2]

He is said to have performed a number of miracles, including causing a spring to gush forth, destroying a plague of locusts, curing illnesses and saving boats from destruction.[3][4]

See also[edit]

Saint Menas
Temptation of Christ

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