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On January 31, Saint Arsenie of Paros was celebrated. ….. did a great miracle just days before, as Father Dionysios Tambakis told us on January 22, 2018. This tremendous incident that shows that “God is wonderful in His saints,” was reported by Mother Arsenia, Egumena of the Transfiguration Monastery of the Savior of Paros Island, …

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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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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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For nearly 2,000 years, Eve feast of Baptism, the miracle happens from River Jordan where Jesus Christ the Savior was baptized by the Holy Prophet and Forerunner John. River, which naturally flowing smoothly to the Dead Sea, immediately after the prayer holy water Mari after Orthodox Patriarch of Jerusalem threw the cross into the water, …

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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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The Hieromartyr Ignatius the God-Bearer, was a disciple of the holy Apostle and Evangelist John the Theologian, as was also St Polycarp, Bishop of Smyrna (February 23). St Ignatius was the second bishop of Antioch, and successor to Bishop Euodius, Apostle of the Seventy (September 7). Tradition suggests that when St Ignatius was a little …

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Blessed with good ease of working miracles, St. Spiridon now does not cease to work for the salvation of people’s troubles. More merciful to the humble, rough with the proud saint is characterized by a divine restlessness, makes out and the coffin with the body, journeying toward salvation and the latter sheep from his speaking …

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