St. Nektarios Greek Orthodox Monastery (Roscoe, New York)

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St. Nektarios Monastery was founded in late 1998 by Archimandrite Ephrem of Philotheou Monastery on Mt. Athos, following the pattern established for Saint Anthony Monastery in Florence, Arizona. Currently, there is a guest house, refectory, chapel, and monastic cells. The monks follow the Athonite Typicon. The Abbott, Fr. Joseph is an Athonite hieromonk.
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'''St. Nektarios Greek Orthodox Monastery''' in Roscoe, New York is a [[monastery]] affiliated with [[St. Anthony's Greek Orthodox Monastery (Florence, Arizona)|St. Anthony Monastery]] of Florence, Arizona.
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St. Nektarios Monastery was founded in late 1998 by [[Archimandrite]] Ephrem of [[Philotheou Monastery (Athos)|Philotheou Monastery]] on [[Mount Athos]], following the pattern established for St. Anthony Monastery in Florence, Arizona. Currently, there is a guest house, [[refectory]], [[chapel]], and [[monasticism|monastic]] [[cell]]s. The [[monk]]s follow the Athonite [[Typikon]]. The Abbott, Fr. Joseph is an Athonite [[hieromonk]].
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==External link==
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*[http://www.stanthonysmonastery.org/index.php  St. Anthony Monastery]
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[[Category: Monasteries|Nektarios]]
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[[Category: Greek Monasteries|Nektarios]]
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[[Category: American Monasteries|Nektarios]]

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St. Nektarios Greek Orthodox Monastery in Roscoe, New York is a monastery affiliated with St. Anthony Monastery of Florence, Arizona.

St. Nektarios Monastery was founded in late 1998 by Archimandrite Ephrem of Philotheou Monastery on Mount Athos, following the pattern established for St. Anthony Monastery in Florence, Arizona. Currently, there is a guest house, refectory, chapel, and monastic cells. The monks follow the Athonite Typikon. The Abbott, Fr. Joseph is an Athonite hieromonk.

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