Saint Philp Argyrius (Silversmith)

Commemorated on May 12

      Saint Philp Argyrius (Silversmith) was a deacon, and then presbyter during the reign of the emperor Arcadius (395-408). For his holiness of life he was vouchsafed the gift of casting out demons. The saint of God died at the beginning of the V Century, and his body was buried in the city of Arcironum in Sicily.

1996-2001 by translator Fr. S. Janos.

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