St. Anna of Kashin. The Holy Right-believing Princess Anna of Kashin, a daughter of the Rostov prince Demetrius Borisovich, in 1294 became the wife of the holy Great Prince Michael Yaroslavich of Tver, who was murdered by the Mongol-Tatars of the Horde in 1318, (November 22).
Saint Anna of Kashin (1280 – 2 October 1368) was a Russian princess from the Rurik Dynasty. She was given sainthood in 1650. Her feast day, October 2, was created in 1909.
ANNA OF KASHIN, model of Christian love. This is an antique icon of St. Anna of Kashin (1280 - 1368) whose life overlapped with St. Sergius of Radonezh (1314 - 1389), another 14th century saint we venerate in our parish. This icon was purchased by my husband, Vladimir Borowski, on eBay ca 2000 in damaged condition.
The Holy Right-believing Princess Anna of Kashin, a daughter of Rostov Prince Demetrius Borisovich, became the wife of the holy Great Prince Michael Yaroslavich of Tver in 1294. After the death of her husband by Mongol Tartars, Anna withdrew into Tver’s Sophia monastery and accepted tonsure with the name Euphrosyne.
Saint Anna of Kashin (Russian: Святая благоверная великая княгиня - инокиня Анна Кашинская) (1280 - 2 October 1368) was a Russian princess from the Rurik Dynasty, who was canonized in 1650.
Princess Anna's marriage to Prince Mikhail took place on 8 November 1294 in the Preobrazhensky cathedral of Tver. In celebration of this event, dwellers in the city of Kashin built the Saint Michael Church and the triumphal gates from the local Kremlin to the Tver road, naming the gates also "Mikhaylovsky."
Though St. Anna of Kashin was canonized as one of the “right-believing” saints, seeing her life and the events around her after her repose we want to reward the holy princess with the martyr’s crown.
Feb 19, 2019 · Saint Anna of Kashin (Russian: Святая благоверная великая княгиня - инокиня Анна Кашинская) (unknown - 2 October 1368) was a Russian princess from the Rurik Dynasty, who was canonized in 1650.
St. Anna of Kashin, circa 1909. Here the 14th century saint is depicted in the monastic skema and holding a chotki, behind her the Uspensky Monastery in Kashin. And at upper left Christ delivers a blessing. The abbreviated Slavonic inscription reads "The Holy Great Princess Anna of Kashin (Kashinskaya)".