Feast of the Holy Great-Martyr Demetrius at Saint John of San Francisco Orthodox Monastery

Metropolitan Demetrius of America

On Wednesday October 26/November 8, His Eminence Metropolitan Demetrius celebrated the feast of the Holy Great-Martyr Demetrius, at the Monastery of Saint John of San Francisco, in Cobleskill, NY.

Faithful came to celebrate the feast day of Saint Demetrius at the Monastery, and to pray together with their Archpastor.

May our Lord protect our Chief-Shepherd Metropolitan Demetrius, and guide him on the path of salvation, through the prayers of Saint Demetrius!

Visit the gallery:
https://www.saintjohnsmonastery.org/feast-of-the-holy-great-martyr-demetrius-2023/

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