The Monastery of St. Nicholas in Fort Myers (Florida):
All believers can worship in prayer at two shrines in the monastery. One contains a section of the Wood of the Life-Giving Cross of the Lord and the other the relics of the patron of the monastery, St. Nicholas the Wonder of Myra. This Monastery has the largest collection of Orthodox Christian relics of more than 600 saints. Most notable is the largest relic of the Great Martyr St. George the Victorious in America, as well as relics of the Apostles, early Christian saints, and local saints of Russia, Ukraine, Georgia, Greece, Western Europe and America.
There are two valued icons as well; The monastery’s patron St. Nicholas the Wonder Worker of Myra, and the Mother of God “Joy of All Who Suffer”, which is the first icon of this type created for English-speaking nations.
Address of the Monastery: 111 Evergreen Rd, North Fort Myers, Fl 33903.
Open daily from 8 AM to 8 PM
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St. Matrona of Moscow Cathedral in Miami, (Florida):
The relics of the Cathedral include those of its patroness St. Matrona of Moscow, St. Nicholas the Wonderworker, the Holy Fathers of the Kiev-Pechersk Monastery, the Enlightener of America St. Tikhon of Moscow, St. Luke of the Crimea, the Enlightener of America St. Herman of Alaska, St. Sergius of Radonezh, the Holy Prince Alexander Nevsky and many others (more than 115 Saints.)
There are also many icons of the Mother of God in the Cathedral that are revered by believers: “Kazan”, “Kursk-Root”, “Motherhood” (the icon combines four features of the Mother of God, famous for unique grace they bring to all that is related to the fullness of motherhood; “The Assistance in Childbirth,” “Nursing the Child,” “ Nurture,” “The Leaping of the Babe”), “Intercessor for the Sinful”,“ Abbess of Mount Athos ”.
Address of the Miami Cathedral: 113 S Federal Hwy, Dania Beach, FL 33004.
Open daily from 10:00 AM to 7:30 PM
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Cathedral of St. John the Forerunner & Baptist, Brooklyn:
The following sacred relics are located in the Brooklyn Cathedral: A piece of the Wood of the Life Giving Cross of the Lord, relics of its patron St. John the Forerunner & Baptist, St. Matrona of Moscow, St. Nicholas the Wonderworker of Myra, the Enlightener of Rus’ Prince Vladimir, SS. Peter and Fevronia, Martyrs Adrienne and Natalia, St. Raphael of Brooklyn, Enlightener of America St. Tikhon of Moscow, St. Luke of Crimea, St. Ignatius of Rostov, St. Theodosius of Chernigov, St. Nifont of Novgorod, St. Mardarius of Libertyville, Holy Prince St. Daniel of Moscow and St. Alexander Nevsky, the Holy Fathers of the Kiev-Pechersk Monastery; Holy Martyr Duchess St. Elizabeth Feodorovna; Enlightener of America St. Herman of Alaska, St. Job of Pochaev, St. Kuksha of Odessa, St. Alexis of Karpathorus, St. Anastasia of Kiev, St. Sophia Khotokuridu, St. Paul of Zhitomir and others.
Address of Brooklyn Cathedral: 2016 Voorhies Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11235.
Open daily from 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM