St. Nicholas Cathedral in Seattle Marks it’s 75th Anniversary / Свято-Николаевский собор в Сиэтле отметил свое 75-летие


Photos courtesy of Mr. Sergei Kalfov and the Western Diocese of Rocor.   www.wadiocese.com

Per diocesan website:

St. Nicholas Cathedral in Seattle Marks it’s 75th Anniversary

[December 21, 2010] The St. Nicholas Cathedral parish in Seattle was founded in 1932. On Sunday, December 19 it marked it’s 75th anniversary. On Saturday, December 18, the Rector of the parish, His Grace Bishop Theodosy, brought the relics of St. Nicholas (in a new icon of the protector of the parish) to the cathedral for the Vigil. See the feastday photo report.

Vigil for St Nicholas

Свято-Николаевский собор в Сиэтле отметил свое 75-летие

[21 декабря 2010] Свято-Николаевский кафедральный собор в Сиэтле был основан в 1932 году. В воскресенье 19 декабря соборный приход отметил свое 75-летие. В субботу 18 декабря настоятель прихода, Преосвященный епископ Феодосий, прибыл в храм с великой святыней – частицей мощей святителя Мирликийского Николая вложенной в новую икону покровителя собора. См. фоторепортаж праздника.

A Joyous Feast Day

 

 

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