Patron of all those who have lost something, helps them to find it, supports their hope that nothing is irretrievable.
Patron of the Christian family.
Patron of women, therefore their prayers for the home, children and family are directed to him.
This saint is charged with the mission of being the master of the wolves – letting them go and bringing them back.
The Orthodox Church celebrates it on November 11.
The scissors are tied.
Mud or dung sticks around the hearth.
Women sew the front and back ends of their skirts.
If the weather is clear and sunny, the bees will be good in the summer.
If it is foggy or snowing, honey will be scarce.
Mina, Victor, Vikentius, Victoria, Mincho, etc.