On June 14, 4 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 14 June 2023
|The martyrs Justin the Philosopher, Justin of Rome and with them Chariton, the martyr Charita, the martyrs Evelpistus, Hierax, Peon and Valerian||
Saint Justin the Philosopher and several other martyrs ' Day. He spread the gospel among the Gentiles. In the established school, he preached Christian philosophy. He influenced the Emperor Antony Pius, who ended the persecution of Christians. He was taken into custody in Rome after being falsely accused before a court, and died in agony in 166. Other martyrs also suffered with him.
|St. Dionysius of Glushitsky, Abbot||
Honoring the memory of the Glushitsky abbot Dionysius (in baptism-Demetrius). Years of life: 1362-1437. Founder of several monasteries.
|St. John of Kronstadt||
Day of commemoration of Archpriest John (1829-1908). For more than 25 years he taught the Law of God at the school and gymnasium in Kronstadt. He had the gift of miracle-working. He was canonized in 1990.
|St. Agapit of the Caves, doctor without charge||
The church honors the memory of Saint Agapit the physician. He had the gift of healing the sick. He lived in the XI century, was originally from Kiev.