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Trisagion Service for the Victims of the Lethal Tsunami

Filed in News by on December 28, 2014 • views: 45
Trisagion Service for the Victims of the Lethal Tsunami

December 26 marks the 10th anniversary of a powerful and deadly earthquake in the eastern Indian Ocean. It caused an ocean wave, or tsunami, so big it destroyed entire coastal communities.

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The Celebration of Christmas in Hong Kong 2014

Filed in News by on December 27, 2014 • views: 32
The Celebration of Christmas in Hong Kong 2014

Metropolitan Nektarios presided over the Christmas Liturgy in the presence of many faithful at Saint Luke Orthodox Cathedral on Wednesday evening, December 24th.

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The Second Day of Christmas

Filed in Christmas by on December 26, 2014 • views: 35
The Second Day of Christmas

The second day of Christmas in the Orthodox Church is dedicated to the Theotokos.

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Patriarchal Proclamation of Christmas 2014

Filed in Patriarch Messages by on December 24, 2014 • views: 33
Patriarchal Proclamation of Christmas 2014

God has appeared on earth and, at the same time, we have seen the perfect mantogether with the inconceivable value of the human person.

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Christmas 2014

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Christmas 2014

Thus, we are commemorating our Lord’s incarnation in order to experience on the one hand His great love for us and on the other to feel great gratitude for all the wonderful things He has granted us.

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Fr.George Florovsky on Saint Ignatius of Antioch

Filed in Articles by on December 20, 2014 • views: 69
Fr.George Florovsky on Saint Ignatius of Antioch

The commonly accepted seven letters of St. Ignatius in their shorter form are exceedingly important documents in the history of Christian theology.

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The Nativity Icon

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The Nativity Icon

The birth of Jesus was that moment in history when God sent His only begotten Son to become like us, taking on human flesh for our healing. This miracle of miracles took place though the ascent of Mary whom we call the Theotokos, Birth-giver of God.

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Metropolitan Methodios of Boston shares experience of papal trip

Filed in Ecumenical Patriarchate by on December 17, 2014 • views: 48
Metropolitan Methodios of Boston shares experience of papal trip

Metropolitan Methodios spoke with The Pilot Dec. 5 about his experience of this important ecumenical moment.

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Vesting of an Orthodox Priest

Filed in Videos by on December 17, 2014 • views: 59
Vesting of an Orthodox Priest

Before the “Orthros” or Matins (morning prayer), the Priest prepares himself for the Divine Liturgy by special prayers recited outside the Iconostasion (Altar Screen) before the Royal Doors.

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December 4: Saint John of Damascus, Father and Teacher of the Church

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December 4: Saint John of Damascus, Father and Teacher of the Church

Saint John was born in Damascus about the year 675, the son of wealthy and pious parents, of the family of Mansur.

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December 4: The Great Martyr Barbara

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December 4: The Great Martyr Barbara

Saint Barbara was killed by the hand of her own father. He cut off her head because he was a pagan and she could not allow herself to follow those errors.

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The Second Homily on the Divine Liturgy by Metropolitan Nektarios of Hong Kong and South East Asia

Filed in News by on December 4, 2014 • views: 261
The Second Homily on the Divine Liturgy by Metropolitan Nektarios of Hong Kong and South East Asia

On Wednesday evening, December 3nd, Metropolitan Nektarios of Hong Kong and South East Asia delivered the second Homily on the Holy Eucharist.

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