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Sfânta [[Mironosiţă]] '''Ioana''', soţia lui Huza,
the steward-administrator of King Herod Antipas, is listed in [[Evanghelia după Luca|Luca]] 8, 3 as one of the women who followed [[Hristos]] from Galilee and supported pe [[ucenic]] i, along with [[ Susanna the Myrrh-bearer| Susanna]], [[Maria Magdalena]] , and others. In Luca 23, 55 - 24, 11, we have the story of how these same women went to the tomb to finish the job of embalming Jesus' body, which was hastily begun by [[Iosif din Arimateea|Iosif]] și [[Dreptul Nicodim|Nicodim]]. They were perplexed when they found the tomb empty except for the grave clothes. The [[ angel]] appeared unto them and proclaimed the [[ Resurrection]]. They believed and became the first evangelists of the risen Christ. The Church celebrates her [[ feast day]] on [[27 iunie]], as well as on the [[ Sunday of Myrrh-bearing Women| Sunday of the Myrrh-bearers]].
[[Condac]] ([[glas]]ul al 4-lea) [http://www.comeandseeicons.com/j/inp76.htm]::
When thou didst speak to the myrrh-bearing women with joy,: thou didst end the wailing of [[ Eve]] the first mother, by thy Resurrection, : commanding thy [[ disciple]] s to proclaim that the [[Savior]] is risen from the tomb.
External links==* [http://ocafs.oca.org/FeastSaintsViewer.asp?FSID=101827 St Joanna the Myrrhbearer] ([[OCA]])*[http://www.comeandseeicons.com/j/inp76.htm Icon of St. Joanna the Myrrh-Bearer]*[http://www.westsrbdio.org/prolog/my.html?month=June&day=27 Saint Joanna, the Myrrh-Bearer] (''[[ Prologue from Ohrid]]'')