Wednesday, January 20, 2021

After More Than Four Months, An Icon of the Virgin Mary Continues to "Weep" in a Suburb of Athens


Since September 8, 2020 in the Church of Saint Demetrios in Nea Elvetia of Vyronas, a suburb of Athens, an icon of the Virgin Mary continues to weep till this day. It has been confirmed to be authentic by the local Metropolis. Daily Supplication services continue there every morning at 11:00am and 5:30pm, where the names of the living and the dead are commemorated, whether given to them directly or sent to them through electronically. The number of miracles increases daily.

Every Monday and Friday you can follow the Supplication Service at 5:30pm on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/in.agiosdimitrios) and on Sunday at the same time an Akathist Hymn is done before the icon. The church is open to the faithful daily from 7:00am to 8:30pm.

See also: Crowds Continue to Flock to a Suburb of Athens to Venerate a "Weeping" Icon of the Virgin Mary
 
 
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