A Pilgrimage—May 2018

“Where your treasure is, there will your heart be also” (Matt 6:21). Holy Archangels Orthodox Mission in Annapolis, MD is offering a unique pilgrimage to all those desiring to strengthen their faith in Christ and see the experience the riches of the spiritual legacy of the Orthodox Church in Romania.

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Be Refreshed in Christ and the Holy Orthodox Faith

Come outside yourself to focus more on Christ and grow in your faith. Be inspired by the faith of the Romanian people and her spiritual elders. Visit some of the most beautiful churches in the world. Experience Romanian hospitality at the monasteries where we’ll be staying, learn to love more as Christ loves. Be emboldened to witness to the truth of Christ upon your return.

iconDates: Tues., May 15-Fri., May 31

Cost: Is now $2,950, $2,750 for a spouse or travel companion. Price assumes double-occupancy. In some cases, single rooms may be available at additional cost. $500 deposit made out to “Holy Archangels Orthodox Church” to hold your space (non-refundable after Jan. 1). Limit: first 16. Deposits can be mailed to: Holy Archangels, 1353 Tydings Rd, Annapolis, MD 21409 

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Departure/Return: Dulles Int’l Airport, Washington, D.C. Travel arranged by FOS Tours and Travel. Domestic travel to/fro Dulles can be organized through FOS.

Included: Int’l Airfare to/fro Dulles, food, accommodations in Romania, tips, transport via private bus, experienced pilgrimage leader.

Not included: Domestic airfare to/from Dulles, food in the airports, personal items you wish to purchase on the trip.

Important: Pilgrims must be good health able to walk reasonable distances (1-2 miles/day)



romania-tripWe arrive in Bucharest, travel to the ProVita orphanage and ministry for Holy Ascension, home to over 400 children, visit the holy monastery of Crasna nestled in the foothills of the Carpathian Mountains, journey to the breathtaking town of Sinaia and Peleş Castle, home to the Romanian kings. From there we head north to Moldova and Bucovina to visit the holy monasteries of Petru Voda, resting place of Fr. George Calciu, Sihastru and Agapia, followed by the world-renowned painted monasteries of Bucovina: Putna, where we celebrate Pentecost, Voroneţ, Moldoviţa, and Suceviţa. We return to Bucharest for our final days, visit St. Nicholas (the ‘Russian’ church of the University, built by Czar Nicholas II, Antim Monastery, home to the “burning bush” movement that prepared the Church for Communist persecution, venerate the hand of St. Nicholas, the relics of St. Spiridon, St. Dimitrie the New, and many Romanian Saints you’ll come to know and love, the Patriarchal Cathedral, the new Cathedral (under construction). Pilgrims will have the opportunity to shop at many of the Patriarchal stores and gift shops of Bucharest, as well as the holy monasteries throughout the trip.

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The Pilgrimage Leader

Screen Shot 2017-11-17 at 12.57.03 AMThe Rev. Fr. Robert Miclean is pastor of Holy Archangels Orthodox Church in Annapolis, MD and is OCF Chaplain at the U.S. Naval Academy and St. John’s College, where he has served for thirteen years. Fr. Robert has led numerous pilgrimages to Romania, the land of his forefathers, and enjoys sharing with others the richness of Romanian Orthodox spirituality and helping all to grow in the love of Christ. He, his wife and four children live in Annapolis, Maryland.



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Holy Archangels Orthodox Church
1353 Tydings Rd., Annapolis, MD 21409