On May 5, 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 5 May 2024
Another name is the Bright Resurrection of Christ. The main event of the Orthodox church calendar, holidays holiday. It was established in honor of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ in the first century.
|Venerable Theodore Sikeot, Bishop of Anastasioupol||
Feast of St. Theodore. He lived from the middle of the VI century to 613. At the age of 10, he became terminally ill. He was healed by two drops of dew from the face of the Savior in the temple. He had the gift of healing and insight. He was ordained a deacon, then a priest. He became a monk in Jerusalem. He was Bishop of Anastasiopolis.
|Transfer of the relics of the Blessed Prince Vsevolod (in the Baptism of Gabriel) Novgorod, Pskov Miracle Worker||
Day of honoring the Holy Prince Vsevolod (transfer of his relics). In the epiphany - Gabriel. Grandson of Vladimir Monomakh. During his lifetime (about 1095-1138), he built many churches, saved people from death during famine. He was a Pskov prince.
|St. Bartholomew (Nathanael), the apostles of 70 Luke and Clement||
Veneration of the Holy Apostles. Bartholomew (Nafael) - one of the 12 apostles of Christ, a preacher of the Gospel in Syria and Asia Minor. Luke is an associate of the Holy Apostle Paul; he painted icons and is the author of the book of Acts of the Holy Apostles in Rome in 62-63. Clement-Bishop of Sardica (a city in Asia Minor).
|St. Vitaly of Alexandria||
Honoring the memory of the monk (monk) Vitaly. He saved many fallen women (harlots) through His prayers.