Feast of Holy Trinity Parish in Albany, GA 2017

His Eminence visited the Holy Trinity Parish in Albany, Georgia, for the holy feast of Pentecost, together with Priestmonk Maximos and Hierodeacon Methodios. Presbyter Komianos Hatzileris also visited on Monday of the Holy Spirit. The clergy and faithful also attended services at the Hermitage of St Clement on the following days.

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