Orthodox Christians celebrate on April 4 in St. Zosima. This Pious was born in the late fifth century and lived in a monastery, through all the struggles pustnicesti, spending in continual prayer. Since writing about the life of St. Sophrony St. Mary of Egypt – we learn that, tulburandu the thoughts, he was asked: ” …

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În Postul Mare, în zilele de rând se posteşte post aspru, însă sâmbăta şi duminica postul primeşte ceva din lumina Învierii, veşmintele nu mai sunt întunecate, ci strălucitoare. Postul alimentar continuă, dar primeşte mângâierea Liturghiei, adică a Împărtăşirii cu Trupul şi Sângele lui Hristos. Această realitate deschide o lume a luminii şi bucuriei prin care …

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Saint Patrick, the Enlightener of Ireland was born around 385, the son of Calpurnius, a Roman decurion (an official responsible for collecting taxes). He lived in the village of Bannavem Taberniae, which may have been located at the mouth of the Severn River in Wales. The district was raided by pirates when Patrick was sixteen, …

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At the time of the kingdom infidel Emperor Licinius (308-324), the great persecution against Christians and all believers forcing them to sacrifice to idols, was in Sebaste, the city of Armenia, a prince of war, namely Agricolae, loser, wild and clever for job idols. In that time they were commanded Christians, who were in bands …

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