The Nativity of St. John is one of 7 Orthodox feasts devoted to this marvelous Holy Man, and such number of commemorative days to his honor is the witness of great respect of the believers.
“I ask you, all-worthy fathers, to remember Sts. Martyrs Inna, Rimma and Pinna in dismissal prayers because they have to be considered as saints of Crimea. They are very ancient martyrs”. The text of this document is in archive of Simferopol and it was signed by Saint Archbishop Luka (Voyno-Yasenetsky) in 1950.
The icon of Mother of God called “Inexhaustible Chalice” is the one among the most venerable wonderworking icons in Russia. The day of veneration for this icon is on 18 May.
“Save yourself and thousands of people around you will be saved” – a lot of people can confirm this truth, those who was able to observe the life of real holy man of XX c. He was born in 1896 in the village of Adamovka, Kharkiv province, Ukraine. We speak about St. John, the Archbishop […]
St. Jacob (Netsvetov) was born in Alaska in the beginning of XIX c., but he had Russian roots. He was an Alaskan Creole which means that his father was one of Russian colonists from Irkutsk, but mother was Aleutian. Jacob was educated in Irkutsk and married on 1927. Soon he become ordained priest – first […]
On 30 June the Church remembers exploits of Sts. Martyrs Manuel, Sabel and Ismael who have suffered in 362.
St. Sabbas the Sanctified Orthodox Monastery in Michigan was founded in 1999.
Our Lady of the Gate of Dawn is one of the most well-known and main Lithuanian shrines, venerated both Orthodox and Catholic believers. Everyday many thousands of people from all over the world prays in a front of it. The day of veneration for this icon is on 8 January.
On 26 June the Church remembers Sts. Andronicus and Sava of Moscow.
Seven-Arrows icon of Theotokos is one of the most venerable Orthodox icons. According to Church calendar the Festive Day of this icon is on August 13.