St. Sabbas the Sanctified Monastery (Harper Woods, Michigan)

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'''St, Sabbas the Sanctified Orthodox Monastery''' is a male [[monasticism|monastic]] community of the [[Bulgarian Eastern Orthodox Diocese of the USA, Canada, and Australia|Patriarchal Bulgarian Archdiocese of America, Canada, and Australia]] under the [[jurisdiction]] of the [[Church of Bulgaria]].
  
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St. Sabbas Orthodox Monastery, located in Harper Woods, Michigan, is a [[monastery]] for men that follows the patristic [[Julian calendar]] and Russian [[typikon]]. The monastery was founded in 1999 as a center for liturgical arts in conjunction with traditional monastic standards.
  
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The monastery is situated on an approximately six acres estate that includes the monastery Katholicon[[http://www.stsabbas.org/church.html]], the library[[http://www.stsabbas.org/library.html]] of over 6,000 books, the [[abbot]]'s quarters, the [[metropolitan]]'s Archpastoral apartment, the [[Refectory|trapeza]], gift shop, candle shop, and bakery. Ground will soon be broken for the artisans' studios.
WEBSITE  www.stsabbas.org
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The monastery is surrounded by gardens[[http://www.stsabbas.org/gardens.html]], fountains, and mosaic shrines, very much in the style of the ancient monasteries of Macedonia, Bulgaria, Greece, Serbia, Russia, Ukraine, Poland, and Romania.
  
St. Sabbas Orthodox Monastery, located in Harper Woods, Michigan, is a men's monastery following the patristic Julian calendar. The monastery was founded in 1999 as a center for liturgical arts in conjunction with traditional monastic standards.  
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==Administration==
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*Abbot: Archimandrite Pachomius, Abbot of St. Sabbas Orthodox Monastery.
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*Diocesan Bishop: His Eminence, Metropolitan Joseph, Metropolitan of the United States, Canada, and Australia.
  
The monastery is presently situated on approximately six acres which includes the Monastery Katholicon, the library of over 6,000 books, the Abbot's quarters, the Metropolitan's Archpastoral apartment, the trapeza, gift shop, candle shop, and bakery. Ground will soon be broken for the artisans' studios.  
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==Source==
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*[[www.stsabbas.org Monastery website]]
  
The monastery is surrounded by beautiful gardens, fountains, and mosaic shrines, very much in the style of the ancient monasteries of Macedonia, Bulgaria, Greece, Serbia, Russia, Ukraine, Poland, and Romania.
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St. Sabbas the Sanctified Orthodox Monastery
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18745 Old Homestead Drive
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Harper Woods, Michigan 48225
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313-521-5256
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WEBSITE  www.stsabbas.org
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Revision as of 09:26, March 21, 2010

St, Sabbas the Sanctified Orthodox Monastery is a male monastic community of the Patriarchal Bulgarian Archdiocese of America, Canada, and Australia under the jurisdiction of the Church of Bulgaria.

St. Sabbas Orthodox Monastery, located in Harper Woods, Michigan, is a monastery for men that follows the patristic Julian calendar and Russian typikon. The monastery was founded in 1999 as a center for liturgical arts in conjunction with traditional monastic standards.

The monastery is situated on an approximately six acres estate that includes the monastery Katholicon[[1]], the library[[2]] of over 6,000 books, the abbot's quarters, the metropolitan's Archpastoral apartment, the trapeza, gift shop, candle shop, and bakery. Ground will soon be broken for the artisans' studios.

The monastery is surrounded by gardens[[3]], fountains, and mosaic shrines, very much in the style of the ancient monasteries of Macedonia, Bulgaria, Greece, Serbia, Russia, Ukraine, Poland, and Romania.

Administration

  • Abbot: Archimandrite Pachomius, Abbot of St. Sabbas Orthodox Monastery.
  • Diocesan Bishop: His Eminence, Metropolitan Joseph, Metropolitan of the United States, Canada, and Australia.

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