Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Temple Feast of the Nativity of the Mother of God, in the Odessa

Sharing: our world-wide ROCA: ( Russian with English- humanly corrected descriptive text): The Temple Feast of the Nativity of the Mother of God, in the Odessa Women's Monastery of St. John

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Dan Everiss

Wed, Sep 21, 2016 at 9:16 AM
*(With a carefully humanly smoothed out & corrected, English descriptive text)-

"Oh Most Holy Mother of God, SAVE US!"

We magnify Thee!, we magnify Thee!,  on Thy Holy Nativity, Our Most Holy Lady!~

 ROCA: Temple Festival in the Odessa St. John's Monastery. ФОТО  PHOTOS Автор: Монахиня Вера вкл. Author: Nun Vera. . . Опубликовано в РПЦЗ (Просмотров: 16) Published in the ROCA (Views: 16)
8/21 сентября 2016 г. в Одесском Свято-Иоанновском монастыре (РПЦЗ) Матушка Александра с сестрами отмечали храмовый Праздник в честь Рождества Пресвятой Богородицы

. 8/21 September 2016 in the Odessa, St. John's Monastery (ROCOR), Mother Alexandra with her sisters, celebrated the  temple-feast [the Altar Feast?]  in honor of the Feast of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary.

Праздничные богослужения совершил священник Симеон Калоев.

 The festive liturgy was celebrated by the priest, Fr. Simeon Kahlo.

По окончании Божественной литургии, во время которой было много причастников (сестер и паломников), о.

After the Divine Liturgy, during which there were many communicants, both sisters and pilgrims, 

 Симеон провозгласил Многая лета игумении Александре с сестрами.

Fr. Simeon proclaimed the Many Years! for Abbess Alexandra and her sisters.

Затем все последовали с праздничной иконой и с песнопениями в монастырскую трапезную.

 Then we all  processed with the holiday icon and with chants, to the monastery refectory.

Новые иконы, написанные сестрами, в монастырском храме Рождества Богородицы: New icons painted by the sisters in the monastery church of the Nativity of the Virgin:

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