Photos - St Isidoros Feast Day 2011

On May 14/27, 2011, our newly-received hierarchs, His Eminence Metropolitan Moses and His Grace Bishop Sergios concelebrated with His Eminence Metropolitan Pavlos and His Grace Bishop Gregory, who was visiting from Greece, on the feast day of Saint Isidoros at our parish bearing his namesake in Bethpage, Long Island, NY.
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