On June 22, 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 22 June 2024
Universal Memorial Day for the Deceased. Saturday before the Day of the Holy Trinity. Prayers for all deceased people.
|St. Cyril, Archbishop of Alexandria||
It is the memorial day of the Archbishop of the Church of Alexandria. An active fighter against heresy. Author of several books and essays. He lived until 444.
|St. Cyril of Beloezersky, Abbot||
St. Cyril's Memorial Day (real name-Kosma). Archimandrite of the Simonov Monastery. Founder and abbot of the Kirill-Belozersky Assumption Monastery. He had the gift of healing and insight. He lived until 1427. The beginning of veneration of the saint-1447-1448.
|The Righteous Alexy of Moscow Mechev||
It is considered the day of memory of the Moscow elder Alexy (1859-1923). He had the gift of insight. He was canonized at the Jubilee Council of Bishops in 2000. The relics are located in the Church of St. Nicholas in Klenniki in Moscow.
|St. Alexander of Kushta, Abbot||
Celebration of the memory of St. Alexander (named in the world - Alexey) - abbot of the Kushta monastery. Years of life: 1371-1439.