Monastery of the Holy Cross (Mangrove Mountain, New South Wales)

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name=Holy Monastery of the Holy Cross|
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jurisdiction=[[Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia]]|
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type=Female Monastery|
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founded=1995|
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abbot=Abbess Philothei|
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size=5 nuns|
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hq=Mangrove, New South Wales, Australia|
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language=Greek|
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music=[[Byzantine Chant]]|
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calendar=[[Revised Julian Calendar|Revised Julian]]|
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website=none advertised
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The '''Holy Monastery of the Holy Cross''' is a [[monasticism|monastic]] community for women under the [[Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia]].  The monastery is located in Mangrove, New South Wales (west of Sydney), and was established in 2004 under the [[omophorion]] of His Eminence Archbishop [[Stylianos (Harkianakis) of Australia|Stylianos of Australia]]. <!--The current [[abbess]] is ?; there are currently ? [[nun]]s (including the abbess) in residence. --> Currently the abbot of the [[Monastery of Pantanassa (Mangrove, Australia)|Monastery of Pantanassa]] is the chaplain.
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The '''Holy Monastery of the Holy Cross''' is a [[monasticism|monastic]] community for women under the [[Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia]].  The monastery is located in Mangrove, New South Wales (west of Sydney), and was established in 1995 under the [[omophorion]] of His Eminence Archbishop [[Stylianos (Harkianakis) of Australia|Stylianos of Australia]]. The current [[abbess]] is Mother Philothei; there are currently 5 [[nun]]s (including the abbess) in residence. Currently the abbot of the [[Monastery of Pantanassa (Mangrove, Australia)|Monastery of Pantanassa]] is the chaplain.
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Revision as of 06:42, July 31, 2005

Holy Monastery of the Holy Cross
Jurisdiction Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia
Type Female Monastery
Founded 1995
Superior {{{superior}}}
Approx. size 5 nuns
Location Mangrove, New South Wales, Australia
Liturgical language(s) Greek
Music used Byzantine Chant
Calendar Revised Julian
Feastdays celebrated {{{feasts}}}
Official website none advertised


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The Holy Monastery of the Holy Cross is a monastic community for women under the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia. The monastery is located in Mangrove, New South Wales (west of Sydney), and was established in 1995 under the omophorion of His Eminence Archbishop Stylianos of Australia. The current abbess is Mother Philothei; there are currently 5 nuns (including the abbess) in residence. Currently the abbot of the Monastery of Pantanassa is the chaplain.

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