Synaxis of the Hierarchs of Moscow

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The Synaxis of the Hierarchs of Moscow is a commemoration of the holy hierarchs of the metropolitanate of Moscow. It occurs each year on October 5.

History

Commemorated on October 5, a celebration of a special day to honor Saints Peter, Alexis, Jonah the Metropolitans and Wonderworkers of All Russia was established by Patriarch Job on October 5, 1596.

In 1875, St Innocent, Metropolitan of Moscow (March 31 and October 6), proposed that St Philip be included with the others.

St Hermogenes was added only in the year 1913.

In 2005 the Church of Russia added St Innocent (March 31 and October 6), St Macarius (December 30), St Job (April 5 and June 19), St Tikhon (April 7 and October 9), St Philaret (November 19), St Peter (September 27), and St Macarius (February 16).

By celebrating these hierarchs on a common day, the Church offers each of them equal honor, as heavenly protectors of the city of Moscow and prayerful intercessors for Russia.

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