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The first day of Lent, the Great Canon song gives the believer “key” to understanding the harsh journey he has to go to Resurrection repentance, newness of life, return to God. Creation of St. Andrew, Archbishop of Crete, Canon exceeds the amount any other canon hymnodic. At the same time, the depth of the ideas …

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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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Part of Relics of St. Symeon the God-Receiver Given to Jerusalem Patriarchate From Croatia On October 7th 2010, during the Solemn Vespers of the Feast of St. Symeon the God-Receiver, in the Sanctuary of St. Symeon in Zadar, Croatia, a particle of the relic of the Saint’s preserved body was solemnly handed over to the …

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February the 2nd, the Church commemorates an important event in the earthly life of our Lord Jesus Christ (Luke 2:22-40). Forty days after His birth the God-Infant was taken to the Jerusalem Temple, the center of the nation’s religious life. According to the Law of Moses (Lev. 12:2-8), a woman who gave birth to a …

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“During his reign, Wallachia had the largest territorial expansion, starting from the sides of the Banat to the Black Sea and Transylvania to the Danube. He was involved in the church life of Wallachia, being alongside the metropolitans of the country, “said Father Lecturer Petre Sperlea in the dialogue held on the occasion of the …

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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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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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