St. Panteleimon’s Day Celebration at the Hermitage

August 10, 2017

St. Panteleimon’s Day Celebration at the Hermitage

On August 8-9 the brotherhood celebrated the feast of the Monastery’s patron, Saint Panteleimon, with numerous faithful in attendance. An article from the website of the Diocese of Eastern America gives more detail:

“On Tuesday the 8th and Wednesday the 9th of August, the feast of the Holy Great-Martyr & Healer Panteleimon, the brethren of Holy Cross Monastery in Wayne, WV celebrated the memory of their Heavenly patron. Leading the divine services this year was His Grace Irenei, Bishop of Sacramento, vicar of the Western American Diocese.”

Additional photos of the feast are posted here on the Diocese site along with the article.




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