The Monastery is dedicated to St. Nektarios of Aegina (†1920), who is rightfully referred to as "the Saint of our century," on account of the countless miracles he performs daily for the faithful seeking his help. The Monastery’s main chapel is dedicated to Archangel Michael of Mandamado.
The Monastery celebrates three feast days every year: The translation of the holy relics of St. Nektarios on Sept. 3rd; The dormition of St. Nektarios Nov. 9th; Archangel Michael of Madamado on the second Sunday after Easter (Sunday of the Myrrh bearers).
All the services at the Monastery are conducted in Greek.
About this website
Our website was launched in December 2011 and is updated regularly, so please check in when you can. The Weekly Message is changed every Monday morning and the audio file is changed periodically.
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