On Sunday, May 10, the Protosyncellus of the Holy Archdiocese of Australia, Bishop Aimilianos of Meloa, visited the Holy Monastery of the Holy Cross in Mangrove, in New South Wales.
It was his first visit as an Archpriest to the specific Monastery, during which he performed the Divine Liturgy on the Sunday of the Paralytic and then was guided to all areas of the Monastery. Of particular interest was his briefing by the nuns of the sisterhood, on the construction work being carried out at the Katholikon, which is under construction.
After the tour, Bishop Aimilianos and his entourage discussed extensively with the nuns all the issues related to the development and progress of the Holy Monastery of the Holy Cross.
Source: Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia