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Saints, Feasts, and Readings for 10/23/2018

Eulampius & Eulampia the Martyrs
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Epistle Reading: Colossians 2:20-3:3

Gospel Reading: Luke 8:1-3

Eulampius & Eulampia the Martyrs; Our Righteous Father Theophilus the Confessor; The 200 Monk-martyrs of Nicomedia; Vassianos the Righteous of Constantinople; The 14 Holy Elders of Optina Monastery; Pinytos, Bishop of Knossos; Paulinus, Archbishop of York

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Workshop On Raising Believing Children

Thursday, September 27, 2018

JOHNSTOWN, PA [Diocesan Chancery] -- A parenting workshop on raising believing children will take place on Saturday, October 27 from 10 am. to 3 pm. at Camp Nazareth, Mercer, PA.

Presentations and discussions will be led by His Grace Bishop Gregory of Nyssa and Very Rev. Fr. Stephen Loposky. Lunch and Snacks provided. While there is no charge for the event, a freewill offering at the door will be taken.

To accommodate parents with young families, child care will be provided by Camp Nazareth. Read more...

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Friday, August 10, 2018

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Message of the 9th Assembly of Canonical Orthodox Bishops of the United States of America

Thursday, October 4, 2018

We, the members of the Assembly of Canonical Orthodox Bishops of the United States of America, gathered in Cleveland, Ohio, for our ninth annual meeting on October 2-3, 2018, greet you all with love in Christ as we offer glory and gratitude to Him. Read More ...

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The Holy New Martyr Maxim Sandovich

Saturday, June 24, 2017

St. Maxim was born in 1886 in Zdynia in the Lemko region of Carpatho-Rus which was then a part of the Austro-Hungarian monarchy in present day Poland. His father, Tymofej, was the cantor of Zydnia’s Greek Catholic church. After completing his education in the nearby town of Jaslo and Nowy Sacz, he entered the Greek Catholic Basilian monastery in Krakow. Dissatisfied with the attempts to Latinize the Eastern rite to make it more acceptable to the Roman Catholic majority and also attempts to denationalize the Rusyns, he crossed the border into the Russian empire and entered the famed Orthodox monastery at Pochaev. It was while at the monastery that his outstanding potential attracted the attention of the illustrious Bishop Anthony (Khrapovitsky) who entrolled him in the Orthodox seminary in Zhitomir. Read more...


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October 5-7, 2018

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