With the blessing of His Beatitude Daniel, Patriarch of the Romanian Orthodox Church, the Way of the Saints yearly Procession was carried out on Friday, 23 October 2015, on the Hill of Joy (the Hill of the Romanian Patriarchate). This year, the reliquary containing the relics of the Three Holy Hierarchs form St Paul Monastery of Holy Mount Athos was accompanied in the traditional procession by the relics of St Pious Demetrius the New and of the Holy Emperors Constantine and Helen. In this event participated hundreds of priests: clergy of the six deaneries in the capital city of Romania, clergy of the deaneries of Northern and Southern Ilfov County, charity and military clergy, as well as numerous faithful.
Work to restore a monastery on the divided island of Cyprus has brought Turkish Cypriots together with Greek Cypriots, and Muslims with Christians.
Lore stretching back to the dawn of Christianity says this monastery sits directly over a fresh-water spring created by one of Jesus' first disciples, St. Andrew, while he was waiting for winds to pick up so he could continue his ship-borne travels.
On Monday, the 29th of September/12th of October 2015, seventeen senior students of the Saint Sava Orthodox Christian Seminary of the Patriarchate of Serbia visited the Patriarchate. They were accompanied by their teacher, Mr Radomir Vrucinic and father Budimir Kojic, as well as by a group of pilgrims from Russia.
On October 16, 2015, clergy and laity of the Romanian Orthodox Church solemnly met the relics of St. Mary Magdalene, Equal-to-the-Apostles, at the Bucharest airport. The relics were brought from the Simonopetra Monastery on Mt. Athos, reports Afonit.info.
The Thailand Representation of the Russian Orthodox Church has published a Khmer version of the Orthodox Prayer Book at the request of the Orthodox faithful in Cambodia. Thus the initiative group composed of both Orthodox Khmers and Orthodox Christians from traditionally Orthodox countries who reside in Cambodia, has completed its year-long work.