On June 23, 7 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 23 June 2024
|Holy Trinity Day (Pentecost)||
The main twelve-day rolling holiday. It is celebrated on the 50th day after Easter (the Resurrection of Jesus Christ). Installed in honor of the descent of the Holy Spirit on the apostles on this day.
|St. John (Maksimovich), Metropolitan of Tobolsk||
Veneration of St. John the Metropolitan in Tobolsk. Years of life: 1651-1715. Founder of the Collegium at the Chernihiv Episcopal Department, printing house. The church has been honoring the memory since 1916.
|Cathedral of Siberian Saints||
Feast in honor of the holy ascetics of Siberia. It was installed in 1984.
|Holy Martyr Timothy, Bishop of Prussia||
Memory of Bishop Timothy of Prussia (Bithynia). He had the gift of miracle-working. He was sentenced to death for his Christian faith by the Emperor Julian the Apostate. The holy relics are located in Constantinople.
|Finding the relics of St. Basil, Bishop of Ryazan||
It is dedicated to the finding and transfer of the holy relics of Bishop Basil of Ryazan. This event took place in 1609. The relics were transferred to the Assumption (Rozhdestvensky) Cathedral in the Kremlin of Pereyaslav Ryazansky.
|St. Silouan, Schemer of the Caves||
Homage to the memory of Schemamonk Silouan. He labored in the Kiev-Pechersk Monastery at the end of the XIII-beginning of the XIV century. The relics are located in the Feodosia caves.
|Cathedral of Ryazan Saints||
It is the day of remembrance of the Orthodox ascetics of Ryazan. The holiday was established in 1987.