Saints who are they? They can be described as the church’s famous, performing miracles, the people who have held in prayer to God, never leaving a divine connection at all costs, and having been canonized by the church. Fr. Charles Simones Greek Orthodox priest would say; “they fought the good fight as our holy examples, of faith”.
The seekers who hold homage, to our divinely departed hierarchy, preserve them. Saints who have been safely protected, not forgotten, laid beneath decorated marble, marked in Latin, Slavic, Greek, English, all holly wood fame, but by grace, it’s their spiritual essence we follow in devout appreciation, offering an adoration of prayer in hopes to receive a blessing. Saints reach heights of superior, outstanding, spiritual capability, admired and not fathomed by most on earth. Saints managed it, staying firm in faith, no matter, how demanding the circumstances that surrounded their lives. For many of them worship was pure ecstasy, always tied to God, as unrelenting, pure, fixed, open wide, in fullness, adhere to easily, wide-eyed full depth of body and soul. In obeisance, we kneel, bow, place roses to adorn their icons, wear their medals. We stand, blessings abound, in music filled Cathedrals named to their monuments. People of the church hunger for a touch from the life of our beloved saints, a benediction for an answer to life’s circumstances. When we are empty we become seekers, searching for a saint to fill the void, reaching in hopes of aGod. The saint is the chosen liaison, by the