Monthly Archives: May 2020

Orthros and Divine Liturgy for Sunday of the Blind Man

24 May 2020
Sunday of the Blind Man, John 9: 1-38

 

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The Ascension of the Lord

On Thursday of this week we reach the 40th day from our Lord’s Resurrection, on which we commemorate His glorious Ascension into Heaven. It the Book of Acts, and in St Luke’s Gospel, we hear a description of how the Lord tells his disciples to wait in Jerusalem for the promised Holy Spirit to descend. Then, after telling them this, He is carried up into Heaven, as a cloud “receive[s] Him out of their sight.” Continue reading

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We Must Obey in Order to See

 Sunday of the Blind Man, John 9: 1-38

Christ is Risen!
 
Seeing is believing. There are many things in life that we will not accept unless we see them with our own eyes. And there are some things that we have to learn how to see because they are not obvious to the untrained eye. It often takes experience to see something rightly, to understand its true significance. If that is true in everyday life, it is all the more the case in how we know God.

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Saints Constantine and Helen

21 May 2020
Orthros & Divine Liturgy for Feast Day of Saints Constantine and Helen

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Orthros and Divine Liturgy for Sunday of the Samaritan Woman

17 May 2020
Sunday of the Samaritan Woman, John 4: 5-42

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Regular Water vs. Living Water

Homily for Sunday of the Samaritan Woman, John 4: 5-42

What do the words Perrier, Evian, Dasani, Aquafina, Poland Springs and Fiji bring to mind? They’re all bottled waters. When many of us were young, no one heard of bottled or filtered water. In the last two decades there has been a growing emphasis on purified water that supposedly improves and maintains physical health as opposed to soda, alcohol caffeinated coffees and drinks. In fact, purified and bottled waters have been around so long now they are starting to wear out their welcome as many people are beginning to question if they are indeed more healthy than regular tap water. Continue reading

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Matins & Divine Liturgy for Sunday of the Paralytic

10/05/2020

Sunday of the Paralytic
Κυριακή του Παραλυτικού

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