Synaxis (disambiguation)

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The term '''''synaxis''''' ("gathering together" in Greek; Slavonic, ''sobor'') may refer to any of the following:
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The term '''''synaxis''''' (Greek: σύναξις - "gathering together"; Slavonic: ''sobor'') may refer to any of the following:
  
 
* In general, any gathering of the faithful or [[clergy]] of the [[Orthodox Church]] for liturgical or administrative purposes, e.g., a [[synod]] or one of the divine services.
 
* In general, any gathering of the faithful or [[clergy]] of the [[Orthodox Church]] for liturgical or administrative purposes, e.g., a [[synod]] or one of the divine services.
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==Feasts==
 
==Feasts==
 
* Synaxis of the Archangel Michael and the Other Bodiless Powers, [[November 8]]
 
* Synaxis of the Archangel Michael and the Other Bodiless Powers, [[November 8]]
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* Synaxis of the Myriads of Holy Angels (''Synaxis of the Myriangelon''), [[January 11]]
 
* Synaxis of the Archangel Gabriel, [[March 26]] and [[July 13]]
 
* Synaxis of the Archangel Gabriel, [[March 26]] and [[July 13]]
 
* Synaxis of the Most Holy Mother of God, [[December 26]]
 
* Synaxis of the Most Holy Mother of God, [[December 26]]
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* Synaxis of the Saints of Vladimir, [[June 23]]
 
* Synaxis of the Saints of Vladimir, [[June 23]]
 
* Synaxis of the Saints of Volhynia, [[October 10]]
 
* Synaxis of the Saints of Volhynia, [[October 10]]
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* Synaxis of the Saints of Vyatka, [[October 8]]
 
* [[Synaxis of the Martyrs of Butovo]], 4th Saturday after Pascha
 
* [[Synaxis of the Martyrs of Butovo]], 4th Saturday after Pascha
 
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Latest revision as of 21:59, July 15, 2013

The term synaxis (Greek: σύναξις - "gathering together"; Slavonic: sobor) may refer to any of the following:

  • In general, any gathering of the faithful or clergy of the Orthodox Church for liturgical or administrative purposes, e.g., a synod or one of the divine services.
  • In Slavonic, cathedrals are also known as sobors.

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