Feast of St. Xenia of Petersburg in Guatemala 2020

Below please find some photos from this year's Feast Day of St. Xenia of Petersburg, celebrated at the parish dedicated to the same in Guatemala City, Guatemala, presided over by His Grace, Bishop Maximus of Pelagonia.

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