Photos - Holy Ascension Feast Day 2011-Part I

On Thursday, May 20/June 2, 2011, His Eminence Metropolitan Pavlos, His Eminence Metropolitan Moses, His Grace Bishop Christodoulos, His Grace Bishop Sergios, and His Grace Bishop Gregory celebrated the Feast of the Ascension of the Lord at Holy Ascension Monastery in Bearsville, NY along with many laity and other clergy. Please be sure to visit Part II of this gallery.

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