Holy Ascension Romanian Orthodox Monastery (Detroit, Michigan)

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Holy Ascension Romanian Orthodox Monastery is a monastic community for men in the Romanian Episcopate of the Orthodox Church in America. It is located in Detroit, Michigan, at the St. Andrew's Center for Orthodox Christian Studies.

The community was founded in 2001 under the omophorion of His Eminence Archbishop Nathaniel, Archbishop of Detroit and the Romanian Episcopate, when the former abbot of Brancoveanu Monastery (Romania), Archimandrite Irineu (Duvlea), along with seven other monks, arrived in Detroit on the namesday of St Policarp of Symrna. A year after Archimandrite Irineu's consecration to the episcopacy, he relinquished his abbacy, and the community elected Archimandrite Mihail (Filimon) as the new abbot. The community consists of men living the monastic tradition of a Christ-centered prayer life for the monastic members.

Holy Ascension Romanian Orthodox Monastery
Jurisdiction ROEA, OCA
Type Male Monastery
Founded 2001
Superior Archimandrite Mihail (Filimon)
Approx. size 9 monks
Location Detroit, Michigan
Liturgical language(s) Romanian and English
Music used Romanian Chant
Calendar Revised Julian
Feastdays celebrated Ascension, 40 Days after Pascha
Official website Official website


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Daily Life

Mon-Tue, Thu: 7:00-8:30am - Matins

6:00-7:00pm - Vespers
7:30-8:00pm - Compline

Wednesday: 7:00-8:30am - Matins

10:30-11:30 - Divine Liturgy
6:00-7:00pm - Vespers
7:00-7:30pm - Compline

Friday: 7:00-8:30am - Matins

6:00-7:00pm - Vespers
7:00-7:30pm - Compline
7:30-9:00 - Holy Unction

Saturday: 7:00-8:30am - Matins

10:30-11:30 - Divine Liturgy
6:00-7:30 - Vespers with Litia

Sunday: 9:00-10:30 - Matins

10:30-12:15 - Divine Liturgy
6:00-7:00 - Vespers
7:00-7:30 - Paraclis to the Mother of God

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