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Feast of St. Nicholas
Christ the Savior Seminary
December 19, 2004
Johnstown, PA


In Pictures


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During the week of St. Nicholas, His Grace Bishop NIKOLAI, along with his secretary Hieromonk Isidore, travelled to Johnstown, PA, the seat of the Carpatho-Russian Diocese of America (of the Patriarchate of Constantinople). His Grace is a graduate of Christ the Saviour Seminary in Johnstown.

His Grace stops for a photo with Protopresbyter Michael Rosco, and Hieromonk Matthias (Moriak). All three started and finished seminary togehter.

The site of the crash of flight 93, which went down on 9-11-01 in Western PA.

Divine Liturgy on the feast day of St. Nicholas
Bishop NIKOLAI presents an icon of St. HERMAN with his relics to Metropolitan NICHOLAS
His Eminence graciously gave His Grace a beautiful engopion (panaghia)
Hierarchy, Clergy and seminarians gather for a photo following Divine Liturgy.
Metropolitan NICHOLAS, Bishop NIKOLAI, Hieromonk Isidore and Hieromonk Theodoros of the Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Canada
Following Divine Liturgy, a banquet was held in honor of St. Nicholas Day. Over 500 people attended. His Grace, Bishop NIKOLAI spoke fondly of his time at Christ the Saviour Seminary.
Bishop NIKOLAI visits the site of the crash of United Flight 93 which went down on 9-11-2001 in Western Pennsylvania
Bishop NIKOLAI presents an icon of St. HERMAN with his relics to Metropolitan Nicholas of the Carpatho-Russian Diocese. His Eminence also graciously gave His Grace a beautiful engopion (panaghia).
Metropolitan NICHOLAS and Bishop NIKOLAI

Children from a nearby parish peformed a Christmas pagent (yolka) for the edification and etertainment of those who attended the banquet.

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Published with the blessing of
His Grace The Right Reverend NIKOLAI, Bishop of Sitka, Anchorage & Alaska
2003 Russian Orthodox Diocese of Alaska

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