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Bright Thursday
Bright Thursday

On Bright Thursday the Gospel reading is John 3:1-15, which mentions the Pharisee Nikodemos who came by night to speak to Christ. The Lord told him that a man could not see the Kingdom of God unless he were born again. Nikodemos, taking Him much too literally, could not understand how such a thing…

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Righteous Job the Long-Suffering
Righteous Job the Long-Suffering

The righteous Job (whose name means “persecuted”), God’s faithful servant, was the perfect image of every virtue. The son of Zarah and Bossorha (Job 42), Job was a fifth-generation descendent of Abraham. He was a truthful, righteous, patient and pious man who abstained from every…

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Troparion & Kontakion
Venerable Micah, disciple of Venerable Sergius of Radonezh

Saint Micah of Radonezh was one of the first disciples of Saint Sergius of Radonezh, and lived with him in the same cell, and under his guidance he attained a high degree of spiritual perfection. For his meekness of soul and purity of heart, Saint Micah was permitted to witness the appearance of…

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Martyr Barbarus the Soldier, and those with him, in Morea

The Holy Martyrs Barbarus the Soldier, Bacchus, Callimachus and Dionysius lived during the fourth century and served in the army of the emperor Julian the Apostate. Saint Barbarus was secretly a Christian, and in a war with the Franks he gained victory in single combat against a mighty enemy…

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Martyr Barbarus in Thessaly, who was a robber

The Holy Martyr Barbarus, formerly a robber, lived in Greece and for a long time he committed robberies, extortions and murders. But the Lord, Who does not desire the death of a sinner, turned him to repentance. Once, when Barbarus was sitting in a cave and gazing upon his stolen possessions, the…

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Translation of the relics of Saint Savva, first Archbishop of Serbia
Translation of the relics of Saint Savva, first Archbishop of Serbia

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Saint Seraphim of Labodeia
Saint Seraphim of Labodeia

Saint Seraphim, who struggled on Dobou mountain in Lebadeia in central Greece, was born in the village of Zeli in Boeotia in 1527, and his name in the world was Sotiris. He was the son of pious and virtuous parents, who nurtured him with the living water of the Gospel (John 4:10). From the time he…

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The Upcoming Week's Confession schedule can be found in the bulletin OR by clicking here: Monthly Calendar.  By appointment only. Call or email Fr. David(dfmg@aol.com). 

Upcoming Parish Live-Streamed Services:

(1) Sun. May 2nd @12:00PM  Paschal Vespers with Procession

(2) Mon. May 3rd @9:00AM  Paschal Liturgy with Archbishop MICHAEL - Bright Monday

(3) Sat. May. 8th @9:00AM   Paschal Liturgy - Bright Saturday

(4) Sat. May 8th @7:00PM    Vespers

(5) Sun. May 9th @9:00AM   Divine Liturgy - St. Thomas Sunday

The Annual Cemetery Grave Blessing (Provodnoye) will take place, weather permittinig, on St. Thomas Sunday, May 9, at 1:00PM. There may be an issue with the water.. More on this later.

KEY DATES: 

Memorial (Soul) Saturdays: Jun 19, and Oct. 23.


Saturday, May 8th
St. John the Theologian
9:00 Paschal Liturgy
6:00 Confessions (By Appt)
7:00 Vespers
Sunday, May 9th
St. Thomas Sunday
9:00 Divine Liturgy
1:00 Provodnoye (Paschal Cemetery Visitiation)
Saturday, May 15th
6:00 Confessions (By Appt)
7:00 Vespers
Sunday, May 16th
9:00 Divine Liturgy
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