In Chuvash Republic the relics of St. Spyridon is venerated more than 25 thousand people

    

On the morning of 20 September 2018 took seeing the relics of St. Spyridon of Chuvash Republic Yaroslavl, reports patriarhiei. The Shrine was brought to the Cathedral of the Holy Prince Vladimir in the city of Novocheboksarsk in the evening of 18 September.

The wires in the Vladimir Cathedral was led by Metropolitan Varnava of Cheboksary and Chuvashia, committed with a common prayer of St. Spyridon Trimifuntsky. His Eminence was assisted by Bishop Kanashsky and Yantikovskiy Stephen, Bishop of Alatyr and Poretsky Theodore, vicar of the Cheboksary diocese Bishop Mariinsko-Posadskiy Ignatius, Abbot of Holy Trinity monastery in the city of Cheboksary Archimandrite Vasily (Pasquier), sacristan of St. Vladimir Cathedral city of Novocheboksarsk Archpriest Victor Carlino and the Chuvash clergy of the Archdiocese.

At the end of the prayer, the ark with the right hand of Saint Spyridon were transferred to the airport. The Shrine was seen off by the head of the Chuvash Archdiocese, and the bishops and clergy of the Archdiocese. After making the glorification of the Saint, the reliquary with the sacred object left in Yaroslavl.

According to preliminary data, during the stay of the Shrine in Chuvashia, more than 25 thousand pilgrims from the Chuvash Republic and in neighbouring regions came to venerate the Holy relics. Assistance in the organization of the work with the pilgrims provided the volunteers, among whom were young parishioners of the Cathedral and representatives of the youth communities of Chuvashia.

In Russia, the Shrine will remain until October 15. To venerate the relics in Yaroslavl and Moscow. Of the relics of Saint Spyridon is organized by the Charitable Fund named after Saint Prince Vladimir. The Fund, established in 2015, support social initiatives, charitable and educational programs. Detailed information about the offering placed on the site https://spiridon.patriarchia.ru.

According to the website of the Chuvash Archdiocese

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