I have heard the account of St. Theodosia's 'martyrdom', where she was enraged that some soldier was taking down an icon, and she intentionally shook him off the ladder to his death, killing him. She was later imprisoned and killed, and then declared a 'martyr', when she herself had committed murder. What are we to make of this story? I'd also like to hear more about this from Orthodox and Roman Catholics who understand the importance of this character in their canon of saints. Are we to follow this example? Is it justified? Who would even defend it and is it even taken as truly historical? Let me know, I find it disturbing.