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  • Many Years!

    On Bright Saturday, April 22, His Eminence, Archbishop Benjamin ordained Archdeacon Kirill to the Holy Priesthood and assigned him as Associate Priest at the Cathedral. Many years to newly ordained Archpriest Kirill and Matushka Sophia!

    A gallery of photographs is available: on Facebook (no Facebook account required!)

  • The Gift of the Holy Spirit

    "The descent of the Holy Spirit upon the Apostles on the day of the Pentecost represents the conclusion of Christ’s salutary task and the birth of His Church in this world. The Holy Spirit descended upon the Apostles in the form of fiery tongues and endowed them with the gift of preaching which was understood and accepted by all people, all nations..." Read More

  • Summer Saints

    Don't let the lazy days of summer pull you away!  Summertime in the Orthodox Church is full of saintly celebrations and milestones in the life of the church.  We begin, shortly after Pentecost, with the Apostles' Fast of Saints Peter and Paul until our annual commemoration of their lives and works on June 29th.  Read Augustine of Hippo's sermon on Apostles Peter and Paul here

  • Upcoming

    Sat, June 24: Nativity of John the Baptist - 9:00 am Divine Liturgy; 6:00 pm Vigil.

    Sun, June 25: 10:00 am Divine Liturgy, followed by fellowship meal.

    Wed, June 28: 6:00 pm Great Vespers.

    Thu, June 29: SS. PETER AND PAUL - 9:00 am Divine Liturgy.

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Sunday of the Last Judgment

On this day we commemorate the inescapable second coming of Christ, ordained by the most divine Fathers to be observed after the second parable of the Prodigal, so that no one who has learned of the love of God for mankind from it will live in laziness saying, "God loves mankind, and when I am separated from Him by sin, all is prepared for my restoration." This fearsome day of judgment has been designated for commemoration at this point in time, that through fear of death and the expectation of future torment, those who live in laziness may be encouraged to the virtues, not trusting only in the love of God, but also realizing that He is the righteous Judge who will judge all men according to their deeds...

  • Mar 4 2016

St. Nicholas the Wonderworker and Archbishop of Myra in Lycia

Saint Nicholas, commemorated on December 6th, is remembered and revered by many Christians of numerous denominations around the world. He is called upon as the patron saint of sailors, merchants, archers, children, and students in various countries. Despite his great popularity, few in our modern day are aware of his rich history and great contributions to the Church.  Read his story here!

  • Nov 24 2015

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