Celebration of the Nativity of Christ at the Cathedral of St. Matrona in MiamiJanuary 10, 2023
On the feast of the Nativity of Christ, which the Church celebrates on January 7 (December 25 on the Julian Calendar), two divine liturgies were celebrated in the St. Matrona of Moscow Cathedral in Miami, the main churchof the Slavic Orthodox Vicariate of America.
Christmas Message to Pastors, Deacons, Monks and All the Faithful Children of God and Parishioners the Slavic Orthodox Vicariate of AmericaJanuary 7, 2023
Dear and beloved fathers, brothers, and sisters in Christ, our Lord and Savior,
The Release of the 2023 Orthodox Calendar of the Slavic VicariateJanuary 1, 2023
At the turn of 2022/2023, the Calendar of the Slavic Orthodox Vicariate of America for the new year 2023 was published.
Name Day Celebration of Vicar of the Slavic Orthodox Vicariate in MiamiDecember 30, 2022
On December 25, 2011, the first church in America dedicated to St. Matrona of Moscow opened in Miami. Today it is the main cathedral of the Slavic Orthodox Vicariate of America. December 25 (December 12 on the Julian Calendar) is the Church feast day celebrating St. Herman of Alaska, St. Spyridon of Trimyphus, and St. Alexander the Hieromartyr of Jerusalem, who is the patron of Archimandrite Alexander, Vicar of the Slavic Orthodox Vicariate and Rector of the Cathedral of St. Matrona.