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About Feast of St Maroun
The Feast of St Maroun is celebrated on 9th February each year. St Maron is a 5th century Christian monk who founded the Maronite spiritual movement. Saint Maroun, born in the middle of the 4th century was a priest who latter became a hermit, retiring to a mountain of Taurus near Antioch. His holiness and miracles attracted many followers, and drew attention throughout the empire. Every year on the Feast Day of St Maron the church has a luncheon to celebrate. And it’s always a nice treat. St John of Chrysostom sent him a letter around 405 AD expressing his great love and respect asking St Maroun to pray for him. St. Maron was known for his missionary work, healing and miracles, and teachings of a monastic devotion to the God.
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