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GOC: Feast of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Akrotirian,

Genuine Orthodox Church of Greece: Feast of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Akrotirian, in Serifos, Greece

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Dan Everiss

Mon, Jul 23, 2018 at 2:04 PM

 Greece: Feast of the Women's Monastery of the Blessed Virgin Mary, of Akrotiria, in Serifos, Greece:

ИПЦ Греции: Праздник в монастыре Пресвятой Богородицы

Greek GOC: Feast in the Monastery of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Автор: Ольга. Author: Olga Дата публикации: Date of publication: . .Категория: ИПЦ Греции . Category: CPI of Greece .

В пятницу 30.06/13.07 2018 года был торжественно отмечен праздник монастыря Пресвятой Богородицы Акротирианской в Серифос.
On Friday, 30 June / 13.07, 2018, the feast of the Women's Monastery of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Akrotiria, in Serifos, Greece was solemnly celebrated.
Было отслужено Великое Повечерие и после Литии и раздачи артоса была произнесена проповедь Преосвященным митрополитом Димитриадским Фотием.

The Great  Vigil was served and, after the Litia and the distribution of the blessed artos bread,  the sermon was preached by His Eminence Photius, Metropolitan of Dimitriadsky..

На следующий день была отслужена Торжественная Божественная Литургия была совершена Преосвященным митрополитом Фотием при сослужении иеромонаха Калиникоса, при участии большого количества паствы.

The next day was celebrated, the solemn Divine Liturgy which was served by His Eminence Metropolitan Photius, with the co-serving  of Hieromonk Kalinikos, and with the participation of a large number of the flock.

После Литургии геронтиссой монастыря Пресвятой Богородицы была предложена торжественная трапеза.

 After the Liturgy, a plentiful common meal was offered to all, by the Gerontissa/Abbess of the Monastery of the Most Holy Theotokos.

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