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Holy Virgin Martyr Anastasia the Roman

You endured beheading with a mighty heart, Offspring of Rome Martyr Anastasia. On the twenty-ninth Anastasia submitted to a sharp sword.

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The Life of Saint Nina

The Life of Saint Nina Equal to the Apostles and Enlightener of Georgia.

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Saint Ephrem the Syrian

Ephrem the Syrian was a Syriac deacon and a prolific Syriac-language hymnographer and theologian of the 4th century from the region of Assyria.

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Saint Isidore of Pelusium

This Saint was from Alexandria and was a disciple of Saint John Chrysostom. He struggled in asceticism in a monastery at Mount Pelusium.

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Venerable Shio of Mgvime

St. John received Shio joyfully, tonsured him a monk, and blessed him to remain in the wilderness.

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Life According to the Resurrection

Fri­day. [Acts 3:1–8; John 2:12–22] There are cer­tain indi­vid­u­als whom the holy fathers praise for their Chris­t­ian lives, for they

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Breath the Air of Resurrection

[Acts 2:38–43; John 3:1–15] Ben­e­fi­cial is the work of those who, using sen­si­ble rea­son, crush the enor­mous lie mus­tered against

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Truth of the Resurrection

Wednes­day. [Acts 2:22–36; John 1:35–51] The mind can prove the truth of the Res­ur­rec­tion through rea­son based on the scrip­tures,

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Rejoice full of grace

[Acts 1:12–17, 21–26; John 1:18–28]. When the angel an?nounced the good tid­ings of the Lord’s incar­na­tion he said: Hail, thou

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The Joy and Gladness of Sinners

The cru­ci­fix­ion of Christ the Lord and the synax­is of Archangel Gabri?el! A new con­sol­ing com­bi­na­tion! Gabriel pro­claims before­hand the

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Heaven

The Old Tes­ta­ment saints were not in heav­en, al­though they a­bode in the con­sol­ing faith that they would be brought there as soon as the Prom­ised One came to earth, hav­ing lived by faith in Him.

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Gentleness with others

Whatever gentleness you use in speaking to others, the very same gentleness will Christ use with you.

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An honor to speak to God

Do you know what a great gift it is that God gave us the right to speak to Him every hour and moment?

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Christ the Physician

The Creator of mankind prefers men to count over their sins to Him rather than their good works.

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Fifth week of Great Lent: the Sacrament of Penitence

the Holy Church offers us St. Mary of Egypt as a supreme example of repentance.

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Fourth Sunday of Great Lent

The Church glorifies the righteous John of the Ladder, one of the greatest ascetics, which the Church, in speaking of them, calls "earthly angels and Heavenly men."

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Keeping silent

Many times I regretted that I spoke; I have never regretted keeping silent.

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Sts. Sebastian & Mardarije Orthodox Institute III — Psychology in the Service of God

Day One: Addiction and the Person: A Psychological and Theological Approach

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Holy Tradition

The written and unwritten teachings of Christ, a lecture by Constantine Zalalas.

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The Sacred Censor

Let my prayer be like incense offered before you, and my uplifted hands like the evening sacrifice.

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The Life of Saint Nina

The Life of Saint Nina Equal to the Apostles and Enlightener of Georgia.

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Father Gabriel’s Prayer

The second episode of Father Gabriel Orthodox Christian cartoon series. See Father Gabriel apply prayer in his everyday life. Prayer is like breathing, without prayer there is no life.

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The Icon of the Dormition of the Theotokos

The Church year begins on September 1, and the first Great Feast of the year is the Nativity of the Theotokos, making the Dormition of the Theotokos the last great feast of the year

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