St. John the Baptist Skete (Kentlyn, New South Wales)

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Skete of St John the Baptist
Jurisdiction Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia
Type Male Skete
Founded unknown
Superior Hieromonk Joachim
Approx. size 1 monk
Location Kentlyn, New South Wales, Australia
Liturgical language(s) English
Music used Russian Chant
Calendar Julian
Feastdays celebrated Jan 7/20
Official website none advertised

The Skete of St John the Baptist is a skete for men under the Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia, in the Diocese of Australia and New Zealand. The skete is located in Kentlyn, New South Wales, and is currently headed by Hieromonk Joachim. Currently, the skete has 1 priestmonk in residence.

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