On June 1, 5 Orthodox church holidays are celebrated. The list of events informs you about church holidays, fasts, and days of honoring the memory of saints. The list will help you find out the date of a significant religious event for Orthodox Christians.
Orthodox Church holidays 1 June 2024
|Holy Martyrs Patricius of Prussia, Bishop, and with him the three presbyters Acacius, Menander, and Polyenus, presbyters||
The church honors the Bishop of Prussia and his three elders. They lived in the first century. They suffered for their faith. By order of the ruler of the city of Julius, their heads were cut off.
|Venerable Cornelius, Wonderworker of Komel and Cornelius of Paleostrov, Abbot of Olonets||
St. Cornelius Memorial Day. The first is the founder of the church in the Komelsky forest near Vologda, a hieromonk. Author of the Charter for the brotherhood. He lived until 1537. The celebration of the monk was established in 1600. The second is the founder of the monastic life on the island of Paliy at the end of the XIV century. Veneration of the saint was established in 1420.
|Venerable Grand Duke Dimitri Donskoy||
St. Donskoy's Day (1350-1389). The prince received his nickname for the victory on the Kulikovo Field (between the Don and Nepryadva rivers). Creator of a monastery or temple.
|Venerable Prince John (in the monastic form of Ignatius) of Uglich, Vologda||
Veneration of the son of Prince Andrew of Uglich-John (in the monastic life of Ignatius). Years of life: 1477-1522. He remained in prison for 32 years, where he was imprisoned without guilt by the Grand Duke of Moscow John III Vasilyevich.
|St. Sergius of Shukhtom (Shukhtovsky)||
The church honors the memory of St. Sergius (lay name-Stefan). He had the gift of prophecy and miracle-working. He lived until 1609.