Righin al Scopelor
Sfântul sfințitul mucenic Righin al Scopelor (gr. 'Aγιος Ρηγίνος) este sfântul protector al insulei Skopelos, în Grecia. A fost episcop și a fost chinuit pentru credința creștină, pentru ca apoi să i se taie capul în anul 362 d.Hr., în timpul domniei împăratului Iulian Apostatul, împreună cu alți patruzeci de creștini din insulă. Prăznuirea lui în Biserica Ortodoxă se face la 25 februarie.
St. Réginos was born in Livadeia in central Greece, in the late third century to Christian parents, who instilled in him the love of virtue and zeal for truth. When the bishop of Skopelos passed away, Saint Réginos was acclaimed as the new bishop by all of the people. As the Arian heresy continued to rage after the Council of Nicaea (325), a new council was called at Sardica (Sofia, Bulgaria) in 343, during which St. Réginos distinguished himself by his ability to refute the heretics.
At the Monastery of Saint Réginos, which houses the relics of the saint, thousands of faithful gather each year on February 25 from the surrounding islands of Skiathos and Alonissos as well as from the coastal port city of Volos, to pay hommage to the martyr. The saint has shown his love for his flock by performing several miracles of healing according to the locals, several of which name their children after him (Réginos or Regina).