On October 14, 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 14 October 2023
|Intercession of the Most Holy Theotokos||
Great non-pentecostal holiday. It was installed in honor of the memory of the appearance of the Mother of God to Andrew the Fool in the Blachernae Church in Constantinople.
|The Apostle of Ananias 70||
Homage to the memory of one of the 70 apostles, Bishop of Damascus. Saint Ananias-baptist of the great Apostle Paul. He was also subjected to terrible tortures for refusing to sacrifice to idols.
|St. Roman the Sweet Singer, deacon||
In memory of St. Roman, deacon and singing teacher. Author of many chants.
|St. Sava of Vishersky, Novgorod Region||
Veneration of Saint Sava, founder of the Ascension Monastery near Novgorod on the bank of the Vishera River. The church-wide glorification took place in 1549.
|Celebration in honor of the Chiton of the Lord and the Life-giving Pillar||
One of the main church holidays of Georgia, called Mtskhetoba, Svetitskhovloba, Chiton Festival. It is dedicated to the Lord's Tunic (the homespun shirt worn by Jesus Christ on his way to Golgotha) and the Life-giving Pillar of miraculous myrrh in Mtskheta.