Saint Herman's House of Hospitality (Cleveland, Ohio)

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'''St. Herman's House of Hospitality''' is an Orthodox Christian [[monastery]] for men located on the west side of Cleveland, Ohio. The monastery is under the [[jurisdiction]] of the Central Eparchy of the [[Ukrainian Orthodox Church in the USA]].
  
Saint Herman's House of Hospitality is a men's Orthodox monastery situated on the west side of Cleveland, Ohio. It is best known for its ministry to the homeless.  
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The monastery, which follows the rule of St. [[Basil the Great]], was founded on [[September 27]], 1977 by Mother Mary Blossom and Father Gregory C. Reynolds.
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The monastery is best known for its ministry to the homeless. It provides help for indigent men, although meals are provided for homeless women and children.
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==External links==
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*[http://www.sainthermans.com Saint Herman's House of Hospitality Website]
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*[http://uocofusa.org/charities.html  UOA of USA site]
  
==External Links==
 
*[http://www.sthermanmonastery.com/area.html Saint Herman's House of Hospitality Website](down as of 1-14-2007)
 
 
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Latest revision as of 06:27, January 15, 2010

St. Herman's House of Hospitality is an Orthodox Christian monastery for men located on the west side of Cleveland, Ohio. The monastery is under the jurisdiction of the Central Eparchy of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church in the USA.

The monastery, which follows the rule of St. Basil the Great, was founded on September 27, 1977 by Mother Mary Blossom and Father Gregory C. Reynolds.

The monastery is best known for its ministry to the homeless. It provides help for indigent men, although meals are provided for homeless women and children.

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