On June 3, 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 3 June 2024
|Vladimir Icon of the Mother of God||
Veneration of the icon. The festival was established in 1521 in memory of the salvation of Moscow from the invasion of the Tatars led by Khan Mahmet Giray.
|Equal-to-the-Apostles of Tsar Constantine the Great and his mother, the Holy Queen Elena||
Honoring the memory of the ruler of the Roman Empire Constantine and his mother. He advocated the freedom of practicing the Christian faith in the territories under his control. His mother found the Life-giving Cross on which Jesus Christ was crucified in 326.
|Blessed Princes Konstantin (Yaroslav Svyatoslavich) and his children, Mikhail and Theodore, the Wonderworkers of Murom||
Homage to the memory of the holy princes of Murom: Konstantin and his two sons (one of them, Mikhail, was killed by pagans). They lived in the XI-XII centuries. Propagators of Christianity among Murom residents.
|St. Cassian the Greek, Wonderworker of Uglich||
It is dedicated to Saint Cassian (lay name - Constantine). He lived until 1504. Many miracles are known to have occurred with the help of the Monk's prayers. Founder of the monastery of the Dormition of the Mother of God near Uglich.
|Cathedral of Karelian Saints||
Holiday in memory of the holy Orthodox ascetics of Karelia. The event was added to the church calendar in 1972. The date of June 3 was established in 2004 and is timed to coincide with the great consecration of the restored Alexander Nevsky Cathedral in Petrozavodsk in 2000.