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Bishop John Leads Sunday Divine Liturgy and Moleben for New School Year in St. Nicholas Cathedral

On Sunday, September 17, the 15th Sunday after Pentecost and the feast of the Uncovering of the relics of Sts. Peter and Febronia of Murom, the Administrator of the Patriarchal Parishes in the USA, His Grace Bishop John of Naro-Fomisnk led the Divine Liturgy in St. Nicholas Cathedral in New York City. His Grace was co-served by the cathedral clergy. 

After Holy Communion, Bishop John served a short a moleben before the icon of the heavenly protectors of marriage - Sts. Peter and Febronia, containing a piece of their relics. Immediately after, His Grace served the moleben before the Beginning of the New School Year for the children of the parish school. 

15th Sunday after Pentecost - 09/17/17

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Published with the Blessing of

His Grace 

JOHN

Bishop of Naro-Fominsk

Administrator of the

Patriarchal Parishes in the USA


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