September 29, 2014
Washington, DC: Parish of St. John the Baptist Cathedral organizing
Pilgrimage to Holy Trinity Monastery
Saturday the 25th and Sunday the 26th of October, the parish of St.
John the Baptist Cathedral in Washington, DC will hold its annual
pilgrimage to visit the grave of Jose Muñoz-Cortes at Holy Trinity
Monastery in Jordanville, NY.
Cathedral rector Archpriest Victor Potapov invites the faithful of
all of the parishes in the Eastern American Diocese to join the
pilgrimage and come together in prayerful commemoration of the
martyred Br. Jose. This year marks the 32nd anniversary of the
beginning of the miraculous streaming of myrrh from the "Montreal"
Iveron Icon of the Mother of God, and the 17th anniversary of Br.
Jose’s martyric death. His Eminence Hilarion, Metropolitan of
Eastern America & New York, will lead the divine services at the
monastery; the myrrh-streaming "Hawaiian" Iveron Icon of the Mother
of God will be present, as well.
Saturday, October 25th
3:00-4:00 PM – Panihida at the gravesite of Br. Jose
4:00-5:30 PM – Visit to the bookstore and/or purchase of monastery
bread and other products.
4:00 PM – Prayer rule for Holy
Communion in main church (optional).
6:00 PM – Supper in the
7:00 PM – Hierarchal All-Night Vigil.
Sunday, October 26th
9:30 AM – Divine Liturgy.
11:30 AM – Lunch in the monastery
12:15 PM – Tour of the monastery and its newly
3:30 PM – Farewell panihida at Br. Jose’s
4:30 PM – Visit to St. Elizabeth’s Women’s Skete.
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