Titus of the Kiev Caves, warrior, venerable (Far Caves)

Dates of commemoration

Mar 12
(Church calendar - Feb 27)
Mar 12
(Church calendar - Feb 27) Synaxis of all Venerable Fathers of the Kiev Caves (movable feast on the 2nd Sunday of the Great Lent)
Sep 10
(Church calendar - Aug 28) Synaxis of the Saints of the Kiev Caves whose relics repose in the Far Cave of Venerable Theodosius

Life

Saint Titus was a soldier who was known for his bravery. One day, he was seriously wounded in battle. An illness caused by his wound forced him to leave the military service, so he entered the Kiev Caves Monastery. There he spent the rest of his life in prayer and repentance, and attained the heavenly Kingdom.

Source:

https://oca.org/saints/lives/2017/02/27/100612-venerable-titus-the-soldier-of-the-kiev-caves

Holy relic type

unless specified otherwise below, "holy relic" means a fragment of a bone of the saint

Holy relics

Location of the holy relic in the Cathedral:

North kliros, reliquary #5

Icon

Troparion

Тропарь преподобного Тита Печерского, бывшего воина, в Дальних пещерах
глас 3
Воинство тленное оставль,/ в нетленном ввоенился еси Христови,/ и оружием его крестным победив подземных ефиопов,/ победы венец от Христа, Тите, славно приял еси,/ Емуже молися даровати нам мир и велию милость.

Kontakion

Кондак преподобного Тита Печерского, бывшего воина, в Дальних пещерах
глас 6
Воина Христова храбраго,/ щитом преподобия обложшагося/ и воев невидимых крепко победивша,/ приидите, вернии, восхвалим,/ Тита крепкодушнаго и возопиим:/ прииди, святе, к нам и никтоже озлобит ны.

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