The Week in Pictures: August 1 – 7, 2022

See educational workshops, pilgrimages, prayer moments and many more in our selection of Orthodox photographs taken between August 1 and 7, 2022.

The monks from Sitaru Monastery, Romania, took a group of children to a repair workshop for aircraft in Strejnicu, Prahova county. Photo: Facebook / Mănăstirea Sitaru
Celije Monastery, Serbia, where Saint Justin Popovich’s relics are kept. Photo: Darius Echim
Canadian psychologist Jordan Peterson participated in the Divine Liturgy officiated in an Orthodox church in Miami. Photo: Instagram / Jonathan Pageau
The Patriarch of Jerusalem received Greek general Charalampos Lalousis on August 4, 2022. Photo: Jerusalem Patriarchate / Heba Hrimat
Twin sisters holding little icons of St. Demetrios the New at the Patriarchal Cathedral on August 4, 2022. Photo: Basilica.ro / Raluca-Emanuela Ene
The sole parish in Austria with the patronal feast of St John Jacob of Neamț is in Vöcklabruck and it celebrated its spiritual protector on August 5, 2022. Photo: Alexandru Stefan C.
Prayer corner. Photo: Basilica.ro / Aurelian Iftimiu
Lelic Monastery, Serbia, was founded by Holy Hierarch Nicholas Velimirovich and keeps his holy relics. Photo: Darius Echim
St John Jacob of Neamț was celebrated at the National Cathedral Chapel in Bucharest, Romania, on August 5, 2022. Photo: Basilica.ro / Mircea Florescu
On August 5, 2022, Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew visited the Balıklı Home for the elderly, which suffered severe damage after a fire. Photo: Ecumenical Patriarchate / N. Papachristou
St John Jacob of Neamț’s childhood home. Photo: Facebook / Golesie Daniela
Oașa Monastery kitchen: preparing the food for the participants in the International Oașa Summer Camp. Photo: Facebook / Mănăstirea Oașa
Three hierarchs and many pilgrims climbed Mount Ceahlău to celebrate the Transfiguration of the Lord, which is the patronal feast of the monastery on the top of the mountain. Photo: Doxologia / Lucian Ducan
His Grace Nichifor of Botoşani, Auxiliary Bishop of the Archdiocese of Iaşi, blessed a girl at the Sângeap-Basaraba Monastery in the county of Iaşi, Romania, on August 6, 2022. Photo: Constantin Ciofu
On August 6, 2022, Patriarch Daniel honoured the relics of St George of Cernica, an elder who was part of the Romanian Hesychast tradition. Photo: Basilica.ro / Mircea Florescu
Divine Liturgy celebrated at Comana Monastery, in the county of Giurgiu, Romania, on August 7, 2022. Photo: Mănăstirea Comana
Glass-painted icon workshop at the summer camp “Young People in Action” organized at the Apostolache Monastic Center. Photo: Valentin Ivan
His Grace Timotei of Sătmar was greeted by a young man in national costume in the town of Cămărzana, Satu Mare county, Romania, on August 7, 2022. Photo: Diocese of Maramureș and Sătmar
Venerable Paphnutius the Iconographer was celebrated at the Romanian Robaia Monastery on August 7, 2022. Photo: Diocese of Argeș and Muscel
Meeting of two monks: one Orthodox, the other Buddhist, on August 7, 2022. Photo source: Facebook / Calinic Stupinean
Hadâmbu Monastery in the county of Iași, Romania, where pilgrims are greeted by the Protection of the Mother of God. Photo: Ioana Gavrilescu
Commemoration of the reposed at St George – Cloșca Skete in the county of Constanța, Romania, on August 7, 2022. Photo: Alina Elena Dumitru
The Ecumenical Patriarch sang with the chanters the Paraklesis to the Mother of God on August 7, 2022. Photo: Ecumenical Patriarchate / Nikos Papachristou
Prayer moment at “St John the New” Monastery in Suceava on August 7, 2022. Photo: Archdiocese of Suceava and Rădăuți
Romania, August 7, 2022: Procession at the cave of St Theodora of Sihla on the eve of her feast. This year marks the 30th anniversary of her canonization. Photo: Doxologia / Pr. Silviu Cluci

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