Entire 12-part video series on St. Matrona of Moscow now available with English subtitles (+ VIDEOS)

Moscow, December 9, 2019

Photo: foma.ru Photo: foma.ru     

In September, OrthoChristian reported that a Russian TV series on the great St. Matrona of Moscow, “The Wonderworker Woman,” was being made available with English subtitles.

After 7 months of devoted labor, the entire 12-part series is now available with subtitles on YouTube.

“We learned a lot about this amazing Orthodox saint and she is now part of our life,” reports Alex Goncharov, whose YouTube page hosts the videos.

The series is the result of 9 years of archival investigation, with unique eyewitness accounts of St. Matrona’s miracles chosen. “This series is about a unique gift and the difficult fate of the blind paralyzed village girl Matrona, who devoted herself to serving people,” the YouTube page states.

View the first 3 parts of the 12-part series below:

Enjoy the rest of the series on YouTube.

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Corina3/28/2024 12:05 am
My friend and I found the Russian series about St. Matrona of Moscow on the YouTube channel. We translated the subtitles from English to Romanian and we would like to post the series on YouTube for Romanian speakers. We would like to have your approval first, as well as official permission to make it public on a blog or YouTube channel, without breaking any laws. We consider the film very useful from a spiritual point of view, especially during this period of fasting. Yours respectfully, Corina and Daniela
Editor1/19/2020 7:42 pm
Annette: You are welcome to use this material for that purpose. You should include a like to the original Youtube series.
Annette Glass1/19/2020 5:58 pm
I would like to use the information you have given about St. Matrona to write and post a blog about her and the videos available on You Tube. We have Russians who are members of our church and other Orthodox churches in Central Indiana. who would appreciate them. We also have people who study the lives of saints regardless of where they are from. I would also like to use the photo you included. Of course we would give you credit. Thank you for your consideration, Anna Glass, Board Member and Blogger Joy of All Who Sorrow Orthodox Christian Church Indianapolis, Indiana
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