|Bishop of Novgorod|
|Died||1107, Novgorod, Russia|
|Venerated in||Roman Catholic Church Eastern Orthodox Church|
|Feast|| 31 January (Roman Catholic Church),
14 May (Eastern Orthodox Church)
Nicetas was born in Kiev, Ukraine, he became a monk in the Monastery of the Caves, but then embraced the life of a hermit. According to custom, Nicetas was much plagued by demonic torments and returned to the monastery. Later in 1095 Nicetas was named to the office of Bishop of Novgorod, he acquired a reputation for performing miracles.