The priests of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church served on July 17-18 in the Cathedral of St. Spyridon of Trimifuntsky of the Kerkyra Metropolis of the Greek Church on the Greek island of Corfu, where the relics of the saint are located, writes the UOJ.
As part of a pilgrimage trip to Greece, pilgrims led by Father Nikolai and Father Dmitry Badyuk from the Kiev church in honor of St. Spyridon, took part in the Divine Liturgy and worshiped the relics of St. Spyridon of Trimyphus. Then they met with the hierarch of the Greek Orthodox Church, Metropolitan Nektarios of Kerkir.
The Cathedral of Saint Spyridon is an Orthodox church of the Kerkyra Metropolis, located in the center of the city of Kerkyra on the island of Corfu. Consecrated in honor of St. Spyridon of Trimifuntsky, who is considered the patron saint of the island. The relics of the saint in the cathedral are one of the most revered shrines of the Orthodox Church.