On 12 August 2018, on the birthday of the Holy Martyr Tsarevich Alexis Romanov, the most well-known patient with hemophilia in Russia and the patron Saint of all people who suffer from blood diseases, in the Novospassky stauropegial monastery for the sixth time held a prayer service for the health of the afflicted with hemophilia, but also for the health of their relatives, friends and doctors, reports the Synodal Department for monasteries and monasticism.
The blessing of the Governor of Novospassky monastery, vicar of his Holiness Patriarch of Moscow and all Russia, Bishop John Domodedovo prayer in the tomb of the Romanov boyars celebrated monk of the monastery, hieromonk mark (wolves).
The prayer was accompanied by the singing of a small choir, under the leadership of Regent A. Y. Podrugoy.
The service was attended by over 50 persons, including wards of the Moscow branch of all-Russian society of hemophilia, their relatives and doctors.
To the appointed day, prayers to the last minutes before there were numerous requests for prayer for those who could not attend in person, including from other regions of Russia. Common prayer the congregation went up for everyone.
In the text of the prayer included the following petition: “Pray for suffering from severe disease of hemophilia; pray for parents and loved ones, in every possible way to help and support the afflicted; pray for the doctors, saving and healing the afflicted”.
After the prayer service, father mark addressed the congregation with heartfelt words about the need to enjoy every day, despite the difficulties through which we are destined to go.
Novospassky monastery by chance selected to perform this prayer. This monastery was repeatedly visited by reigning royalty. Here with the end of the XV century, is the burial vault of the Romanov boyars.
Such molestowanie, which has already become traditional, are made in this day and in other cities of Russia.
Currently on the territory of Novospassky monastery there is an exhibition dedicated to the life and work of Tsar-Martyr Nicholas II.
According to the website of Novospassky Stavropegial monastery