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St. Samuel


About Saint Samuel the Confessor

  • Saint Samuel was born in 597 A.D. in Daklube, Egypt.  His father, Arselaos, was a non-Chalcedonian priest.
  • As a young man, Saint Samuel was a follower of Saint Agathon.  He was ordained a priest while attending the Monastery of Saint Macarius the Great in Scetes, Egypt.
  • Saint Samuel offered sacrifices to God, including fasting from food and water for a week many times.

 Saint Samuel

  • Saint Samuel was beaten and blinded in one eye when he refused to confess the Chalcedonian beliefs.  He was exiled from the Nitrian Desert.
  • Saint Samuel went to Mount Qalamoun to live.  He founded a monastery there that still is in use today.  It is named the St. Samuel Coptic Orthodox Monastery in Egypt.
  • The Berbers who worshipped the sun, captured Saint Samuel and tortured him.  When he refused to worship the sun, the Berbers chained Saint Samuel to a young woman in the hopes that she would convince him to worship the sun.
  • Saint Samuel was not seduced by this woman and he remained true to his Christian beliefs.
  • Saint Samuel was set free when he healed the master’s son who was dying.  He returned to Mount Qalamoun where he saw a vision of the invasion of Egypt by the Arabs in 641.
  • Saint Samuel of Egypt had many sons and his descendants were in the thousands.  He gathered his sons around him and ordered them to remain true to their faith and to follow the commandments.  He told them to fight for their Orthodox beliefs even if threatened with death.  After speaking to his sons, he died in the year 693.
  • The Feast of Saint Samuel is celebrated on December 18 which is known as Koiak 8 in the Coptic Calendar.
    Saint Samuel Today

Many Christians today wear a Saint Samuel medal or a Saint Samuel pendant to honor this early saint and his work at establishing Christianity in Egypt.  A Saint Samuel medallion is a reminder of his great works and the sacrifices he made in order to remain steadfast in the Christian faith.


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Saint Samuel


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