- The Beheading of the Holy Glorious Prophet, Forerunner, and Baptist JohnAugust 26, 2020Commemorated on August 29 The Beheading of the Prophet, Forerunner of the Lord, John the Baptist: The Evangelists Matthew (Mt.14:1-12) and Mark (Mark 6:14-29) provide accounts about the martyric end of John the Baptist in the year 32 after the Birth of Christ. https://www.oca.org/saints/lives/2020/08/29/102419-the-beheading-of-the-holy-glorious-prophet-forerunner-and-baptis Troparion — Tone 2 The […]
- Greatmartyr and Healer PanteleimonJuly 27, 2020Commemorated on July 27 The Great Martyr and Healer Panteleimon was born in the city of Nicomedia into the family of the illustrious pagan Eustorgius, and he was named Pantoleon. His mother Saint Euboula (March 30) was a Christian. She wanted to raise her son in the Christian Faith, but she diedwhen the future martyr was just a young child. His father sent Pantoleon to a pagan school, after which […]
- Martyrs Proclus and Hilary of AncyraJuly 8, 2020Commemorated on July 12 The Holy Martyrs Proclus and Hilarion were natives of the village of Kallippi, near Ancyra, and they suffered during the time of a persecution under the emperor Trajan (98-117). https://www.oca.org/saints/lives/2020/07/12/102008-martyrs-proclus-and-hilary-of-ancyra Troparion — Tone 4 Your holy martyrs Proclus and Hilary, O Lord, / through their sufferings have […]
- “Our Lady of Sitka” Icon of the Mother of GodJuly 5, 2020Commemorated on July 8 The Sitka Icon of the Mother of God Located at the Cathedral of Saint Michael the Archangel in Sitka, Alaska is one of the most revered Icons in North America: the Sitka Mother of God. This Icon has been attributed to a famous Iconographer, Vladimir Lukich Borovikovsky (1758-1826), a protégé of the Empress Catherine II who was instructed at the Academy of Arts in Saint […]
- COVID-19 UpdateMay 9, 2020Due to Covid-19, our services have changed. The Vesper Services have been cancelled until further notice from the Diocese. The Divine Liturgy Services are limited in participation. We hope to return to our full cycle of services when this pandemic is over. Until that time, we ask that you continue to pray. […]
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