On June 5, 6 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 5 June 2024
|St. Michael, Bishop of Sinad (Phrygia)||
Day of honoring the memory of the Bishop of Sinad. He attended the Seventh Ecumenical Council of Nicaea in 787. He was exiled to prison by L. Armenian in the city of Evdokiada. He lived until 821.
|Finding of the relics of St. Leontius, Bishop of Rostov||
Day of finding the relics of Bishop Leontius of Rostov and Suzdal in 1164. They rest in the Rostov Assumption Cathedral.
|Cathedral of the Rostov-Yaroslavl Saints||
The holiday was established in 1964 on the initiative of Archbishop Nikodim of Yaroslavl and Rostov. Coincides with the memorial day of St. Leontius, Bishop of Rostov.
|Venerable Euphrosyne, Abbess of Polotsk||
Veneration of Saint Euphrosyne (Predslava) - patroness of female monasticism. She was engaged in copying books. Founder of the Cathedral, Bogoroditsky monastery. Lived until 1173.
|St. Paisius of Galicia, Archimandrite||
Day of honoring the Wonderworker of Galich. Abbot of the Assumption Monastery, then Archimandrite. He was canonized in 1682.
|St. Michael Savvait chernorizets||
Feast of St. Michael, a native of Edessa. Killed for his faith in Jerusalem in the 9th century by order of the king.