The Week in Pictures: November 28 – December 5, 2022

The feast of the Holy Apostle Andrew and the National Day of Romania were the most important events between November 28 and December 4, 2022. Please see below our latest Week in Pictures feature.

A moment of prayer at the Church of the Assumption of the Mother of God in Câmpia Turzii. Photo: Facebook / Tudor Călin
Romanian church in Mannheim, Germany. Photo: Facebook / Sofian Brașoveanul
Photo from a painter’s studio, taken on the day of St Stephen the New, defender of holy icons. Photo: Twitter / Shayne Swenson Icons
Children from the choir of the “Buna Vestire” – Belu Church in Bucharest, dressed in traditional clothes, performed a Christmas carol concert. Photo: Georgiana Bărîcă
A monk plays the semantron at Comana Monastery. Photo: Comana Monastery / Dragoș Grigore
The holy relics of the Holy Apostle Andrew were brought at the National Cathedral Chapel on November 30, 2022. Photo: / Mircea Florescu
Holy Apostle Andrew was celebrated at the Ecumenical Patriarchate, on November 30, 2022. . Photo: Ecumenical Patriarchate / Nikos Papachristou
Thousands of pilgrims went to the Cave of Holy Apostle Andrew, patron saint of Romania, on the saint’s feast day, November 30, 2022. Photo: Archdiocese of Tomis / Diac. Vali Vădănoiu
The feast of Holy Hierarch Andrei Saguna at the Metropolitan Cathedral in Sibiu, Romania, 30 November 2022. Photo: Vasile Ionuț
National Day Te Deum service at the Patriarchal Cathedral in Bucharest, Romania. Photo: / Raluca-Emanuela Ene
Romania’s National Day celebrated in Suceava on December 1, 2022. Photo: Archdiocese of Suceava and Rădăuți
Romania’s National Day was celebrated in Cluj-Napoca, at the heart of Transylvania, on December 1, 2022. Photo: Metropolis of Cluj / Darius Echim
Bishop Justin of Maramureș and Sătmar was among the faithful of Groși Parish, on the National Day. of Romania. Photo: Diocese of Maramureș and Sătmar
Members of the Suceava Orthodox Youth Association (ATOS) on bicycles, with the Romanian flag on their shoulders, on the National Day of Romania, December 1, 2022. Photo: Facebook / ATOS Suceava
A child reads the Life and Acatyst of St. George of Cernica at the saint’s monastery near Bucharest, Romania, on December 2, 2022. Photo: / Raluca-Emanuela Ene
The Entrance of the Virgin Mary into the Church was celebrated at the Jerusalem Patriarchate. Photo: Facebook / Patriarhia Ierusalimului
The Metropolitan Cathedral in Timisoara on the first Sunday of December 2022. Photo: Stela Plămadă
Great-martyr Barbara honored at the Church of Târgu Ocna salt mine, 240-meters underground, on Saturday, December 3, 2002. Photo: Archdiocese of Roman and Bacău

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