On July 16, 8 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 16 July 2024
|Transfer of the relics of St. Philip (Kolychev), Metropolitan of Moscow and All Russia, Wonderworker||
Commemoration of the transfer of the holy relics of Metropolitan Philip of Moscow from Solovki to the Assumption Cathedral in Moscow in 1652.
|Martyr Iakinthos of Rome||
The church commemorates the holy Martyr Iacinthos, who suffered in Rome for his faith in Christ under the Emperor Trajan in 108.
|Blessed Princes Vasily and Konstantin of Yaroslavl||
Commemoration of the holy brothers-Yaroslavl princes during the invasion of the Tatar-Mongol yoke on Russia (XIII century).
|St. Basil, Bishop of Ryazan||
Celebration of the memory of Murom and Ryazan Bishop Vasily (lived in the second half of the XIII century).
|Venerable Anatolii of the Caves||
is the day of remembrance of two Anatolii Caves recluses who lived in the XII-XIII centuries.
|St. John and St. Longinus of||
Yarenga is dedicated to two monks of the Solovetsky Transfiguration Monastery. They lived in the XVI century, drowned in the sea during a storm. Holy relics have the gift of healing.
|Blessed John, Holy Fool for Christ's Sake, of Moscow||
Homage to the memory of the Moscow miracle worker and seer John, nicknamed the Big Cap.
|St. Nicodemus of Kozheezersky||
In honor of the Kozheezersky wonderworker Nikodim (real name-Nikita). He had the gift of insight and healing. He lived until 1640.