Stefan Morariu

By the grace of God and the intercession of our saints, with the blessing of His Eminence Archbishop Nathaniel and the support of Father Dan Hoarste, the Vicar of Canada, the Miraculous and Myrrh Streaming Icon of the Mother of God, from Hawaii, will be in our church for worship on Saturday, February 17, 2018. …

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Many people talk about humility, many people talk about freedom, but very few understand that these two are the same thing. I did not propose to make a prayerful translation of St. Ephraim’s prayer, but I will use it because it is the most representative and most famous of the nine Christians today. Even to …

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On January 24, 1859 occurred Small Union – Union of the Romanian Principalities under the leadership of Alexandru Ioan Cuza. Small Union in 1859 was the first step towards accomplishment Romanian national state. The union of the two principalities was a process that began in 1848, based on strong economic and cultural proximity between the …

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The festive celebration from the middle of Ghenar from our cultural calendar brings us to the reunion with Eminescu, the “full man of Romanian culture.” Returning to Eminescu and his unrivaled creation will unleash answers and even solutions to the many issues that bring disaster and waste to the Romanian nation, helping her to find …

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Right after Theophany, all honors and glorifies the Baptist, because the synod assembly of the people in the church means to chant and glorify God, in honor and praise the great John the Forerunner and Baptist him that is celebrated. A group like this, even that it had all the churches that are worldwide, and today it …

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On January 6th we celebrate the Epiphany, popularly known as the Lord’s Baptism. Saviour’s baptism in the Jordan is also known as “epiphany” or “Theophany”, a term derived from Greek and means “creature”, “breakthrough”. Why creature or discovery? Because when Christ was baptized, the heavens were opened, the Spirit of God descended like a dove …

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The Great Water Blessing, is a ministry committed only on Epiphany. According to the ordinance of Mineos during the revelation of the Lord, the consecration of water can perform three times: at the end of Holy Mass on the eve of the feast, after Matins of the Epiphany and, of course, after the commission of the …

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St. Stephen Church in Jerusalem is a Greek Orthodox Church immediately outside the ancient city walls, between Lions Gate and Temple Mount. Coming out of Jerusalem through “Lions Gate” and descending in Cedar Valley, immediately on the right, is the church dedicated to St. Stephen the Archdeacon and First Martyr. According to local tradition, this …

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All details watching the Virgin Mary, considered a “vessel chosen” for the incarnation of the Son of God, the Good News, birth, life, work messianic, crucifixion, resurrection, ascension and stay on the right hand of the Father, all we find precisely mentioned in the writings of the Old Testament prophets hundreds of years before their …

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Following a historical decision, the exile of the poet Ovidius at the Euxin Pontus was revoked, 2,000 years after his death. The City Council in Rome adopted the decision to abrogate the edict signed by the emperor Octavian Augustus in the year 8th The act had brought Publius Ovidius Naso, a poet appreciated to the …

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