Christ is Risen! Greetings with Bright Week, the Afterfeast of the Resurrection of Christ! Christ, being the incarnate God, is in the Apostle Peter’s words the “Author of Life” (Acts 3:15). Death, in His case, could mean naught but resurrection. “He loosed the pains of death,” preached St. Peter, “for it was not possible that […]
Greetings in the Lord!
The brotherhood of St. Herman welcomes you to our new website. As we build our site up, we hope to provide a means to keep you up-to-date on events and the work of the St. Herman Monastery.
Here you will find information about the monastery, our schedule of services, a guide for pilgrims, as well as news, publication announcements, photos of recent events and the pictures of the monastery.
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Christ is Born! Greetings with the Afterfeast of our Lord’s Nativity! We’re sharing photos of our Christmas Eve and Christmas celebrations this year. We received snowfalls both before and after the feast this year, covering the forest as if to match the white church covers and vestments of the feast. May the joy of our […]
From November 7 to 23, 2016, Abbot Damascene and Monk Ignaty of the St. Herman Monastery made a pilgrimage to Greece, including the Holy Mountain of Athos. They first visited holy places in and around Thessaloniki, including the churches of St. Demetrios and St. Gregory Palamas, and the Monastery of St. John the Theologian in […]
Here we’re posting some of the icons painted in our Monastery Icon Studio since March of 2015. They include two icons, of Christ and the His Most Holy Mother, which are now above the monastery gates; and two Resurrectional icons, which are in kiots at our outdoor shrine dedicated to Christ’s Resurrection (the shrine will […]
For the Feast of the Nativity of the Most Holy Theotokos, our St. Herman Monastery and nearby St. Xenia Skete were blessed by the visitation of the Myrrh-Streaming, Miracle-working Iveron Icon of the Most Pure Virgin of Hawaii. The icon arrived in the evening of September 7/20, the eve of the Feast, brought by the […]
Here is an album of photos of our celebration of Radonitsa on April 27/May 10, 2016. Radonitsa, “the Day of Rejoicing,” always falls on the Tuesday of the second week after Pascha. On this day, the dead are commemorated, and the joy of the recent Feast of Pascha, the Resurrection of Christ, is shared between […]