(St.) Mary's Feasts

1- The annunciation of her birth.
Her birth (1st Bashans).
Her entrance into the Temple.
The flight of the Holy Family (24th Bashans).
Her death (21st Tubah).
The Assumption day (16th Misra).
The establishment of the first Church after her name (21st. Baounah).
Her apparition in the Church at Zeitoon (24th Baremhat).
We celebrate the feast of the Virgin on the 21st of every Coptic month, and on the 29th we remember the annunciation of the Lord's birth and His birth.


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