Historic Event: Archbishop Elpidophoros Consecrates the Central Dome of the St. Matrona of Moscow Cathedral in Miami.November 26, 2020
On November 22/9 the Orthodox Church celebrates the feastday of Saint Matrona of Moscow. This first and the only parish dedicated the saint in America was opened nine years ago in Miami. In 2015, the Community of St. Matrona moved into a new and spacious cathedral in Dania Beach. It is one of the largest on the southeastern coast. The Cathedral of Saint Matrona of Moscow is also the Seat of the Slavic Orthodox Vicariate in the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America.
Archbishop Elpidophoros Visits the Oldest Orthodox Monastery in FloridaNovember 22, 2020
On November 22, during his archpastoral visit to Florida, Archbishop Elpidophoros, the Primate of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America, visited the Monastery of St. Nicholas the Wonderworker in Fort Myers.
Representatives of the Slavic Orthodox Vicariate Congratulate Archbishop Elpidophoros of America on his Name DayNovember 3, 2020
On November 2, the Church commemorated the following saints of the 4th century: the martyrs Elpidophoros, Akindinus, Pigasius, Anempodistus and Affonius of Persia. It is also the name day of the Primate of the Greek Archdiocese, Archbishop Elpidophoros of America, who led the Divine Liturgy at Holy Trinity Cathedral in New York dedicated to his heavenly patron.
The Vicar of the Slavic Orthodox Vicariate Meets to Discuss Current Developments with the Archbishop of the Greek Orthodox ArchdioceseOctober 12, 2020
On October 2, 2020 the Vicar of the Slavic Orthodox Vicariate, Archimandrite Alexander Belya, visited the headquarters of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America in Manhattan where he met with His Eminence Archbishop Elpidophoros.
The Vicar of the Slavic Vicariate’s Pilgrimage to the Holy Places of CzechiaSeptember 12, 2020
With the blessing of the Greek Orthodox Archbishop of America Elpidophoros Archimandrite Alexander Belya, the Vicar of the Slavic Orthodox Vicariate, made a pilgrimage to the Orthodox Christian holy sites of Czechia and Slovakia.