Our Lady of Kazan Convent (Kentlyn, New South Wales)

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Revision as of 18:55, March 23, 2006

Holy Convent of Our Lady of Kazan
Jurisdiction ROCOR
Type Female Monastery
Founded 1956
Superior Abbess Evpraksia
Approx. size 9 nuns
Location Kentlyn, New South Wales, Australia
Liturgical language(s) Slavonic or English
Music used Russian Chant
Calendar Julian
Feastdays celebrated 8/21 July
Official website none advertised


The Holy Convent of Our Lady of Kazan (Novoye Shamarino) is a monastic community for women under the Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia. The monastery is located in Kentlyn, New South Wales, was established in 1956 under the omophorion of His Grace Archbishop Paul of Sydney and is currently headed by Mother Evpraksia, the abbess.

During the tenure of Archbishop Paul (1980-1995), the chapel and the residences for the nuns were built.

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