The Divine Liturgy on Sunday was performed by Pope Francis in the main hall of…
Greek Orthodox Religion
On December 6 the Greek Orthodox Church celebrates the Feast Day of Agios Nikolaos, also known as Nikolaos the Wonderworker
because of the many miracles he is known for such as ill-treatments, restorations of the poor and the release of the three commanders.
The Monastery of Agia Varvara Roussanou is one of the six active monasteries in Meteora and it is dedicated to Agia Varvara, who is commemorated by the Greek Orthodox Church on December 4th.
December 4 is the Feast Day of Agia Barbara, who is considered one of the major Saints of the Greek Orthodox Church. Her memory is celebrated today and it is also the Name Day of Varvara, Damaskinos, Damaskini. Xronia Polla!
On December 1, as on the first day of every month, people flocked in droves to the wish-granting Greek Orthodox church ‘Ayin Biri Kilisesi’ in Constantinople to make wishes, in the hope that they will come true.
e concluded his message by telling the Cypriots and Greeks: “I come as a pilgrim to the wellsprings of humanity. I will go to Lesbos again, in the conviction that the sources of a common life will only flourish again in fraternity and integration: together.”