New Romanian Church to be built in Melbourne

A new church will be built at the Life-Giving Spring Monastery in Melbourne, Australia, that will be dedicated to three Romanian Saints, Bishop Mihail of Australia and New Zealand reported.

The church will be built in the honour of Hieromartyr Teodosie of Brazi, Metropolitan of Moldavia, Saint Gregory the Teacher, Metropolitan of Wallachia, and Saint Andrew Saguna, Metropolitan of Transylvania.

Given that this year the Romania commemorates the 1918 Great Union Centennial, Bishop Mihail blessed Sunday a reliquary containing particles of holy relics of the three above-mentioned Saints who lived in the three historic Romanian territories: Wallachia, Moldavia, and Transylvania.

The Life-Giving Spring Monastery in Melbourne, Australia, is the episcopal residence of His Grace Bishop Mihail.

Photo: Romanian Diocese of Australia and New Zealand

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