On July 6, 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 6 July 2024
|Vladimir Icon of the Mother of God||
The holiday was established as a sign of gratitude for the liberation of Moscow from the invasion of the Tatars under the leadership of Khan Akhmat in 1480.
|Cathedral of Vladimir Saints||
It is considered the Day of remembrance of the saints of the Vladimir-Suzdal diocese. The holiday was established in 1982.
|Martyrs Agrippina of Romany||
Saint Agrippina Memorial Day. She was tortured during the persecution of Christians under the Emperor Valerian.
|The Righteous Boy Artemy of Verkolsky||
It is dedicated to Saint Artemius, originally from the village of Verkole. Years of life: 1532-1545. He was struck by thunder at the age of 13.
|Second transfer of the relics of St. Herman, Archbishop of Kazan and Sviyazhsk||
A feast dedicated to the second transfer of the holy relics of Archbishop Herman of Kazan in 1714. Now the relics rest in the St. John the Baptist Monastery in Kazan and in the church of the Assumption Sviyazhsky Monastery.
|Peter's Post (Apostolic)
6th day of the holiday
Multi-day fast. Installed in honor of the memory of the Apostles Peter and Paul.