Holy New Martyrs and Confessors of Russia
A Parish of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia
Norwich CT USA
Crucifixion in Sebastopol
Martyrdom of Archbishop Joachim of Nizhny Novgorod - he was crucified upside down, like St. Peter in Rome, on the Royal Doors of the Cathedral in Sebastopol in 1920 - symbolizes the spiritual meaning of any suffering and affliction: true Christians are crucified with Christ to rise with Him from the dead.
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Sunday, 19 July / 1 August
9:30 Hours and Divine Liturgy
Friday, 24 July / 6 August
4:00 Piroshki Prep
Saturday, 25 July / 7 August
9:30 Piroshki Assemble and Bake
5:30 Vigil
Sunday, 26 July / 8 August
9:30 Hours and Divine Liturgy
Saturday, 1 / 14 August
Procession of the Cross
5:30 Vigil
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