On November 24, 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 24 November 2023
|Great Martyr Mina||
Dedicated to Saint Mina. He suffered for his faith in Christ in the city of Kotuan under the emperors Diocletian and Maximian. He was beheaded for refusing to sacrifice to pagan gods in 304.
|Martyr Victor and Martyr Stephanides||
The church celebrates the memory of the warrior Victor and the martyr Stephanides, who suffered for their faith in Christ in Damascus in the II century under the emperor Marcus Aurelius the Philosopher.
|St. Vincent the Martyr||
The church honors the memory of St. Vincent, a disciple of the bishop of Augustopol. He was martyred for his faith in Christ under the Emperor Diocletian in 304.
St. Theodore the Studite, Confessor
Veneration of Saint Theodore-a monk, ascetic, church leader and writer. Developed the charter for the Studi Monastery. He suffered a lot for the veneration of icons, and was imprisoned several times. It is considered a protector from fires, attacks of wild animals, and an assistant in healing ailments.
|Blessed Maxim, Holy Fool for Christ's Sake, the Wonderworker of Moscow||
Day of the Moscow Miracle Worker Maxim. He was glorified as a saint in 1547 at the first Makarievsky Cathedral.
|Venerable Martyry Zelenetsky||
Memorial Day of Saint Martirius (birth name - Mina) - the founder of the monastery on the island of Zelyony. He had the gift of insight and healing.
|Martyr Stefan Uros III of Deca||
It is the day of remembrance of King Stefan of Serbia, the founder of the Decan Monastery. He was deposed by his son Stefan Dusan. He died in captivity in Zvecan.