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  • Father Michael Gulgas Falls Asleep in the Lord April 17, 2024
    Reverend Father Michael Gulgas, 67 of Amherst, fell asleep in the Lord, Sunday, April 7, 2024, on the mid Lenten Celebration of the Cross, in St. John Medical Center, Westlake following a lengthy illness.
    Sara Tsugranis
  • Parish Highlight: Transfiguration of Christ Corona, NY April 17, 2024
    A scene from the celebration of March 25, 1926 at the entrance of the new community church of The Transfiguration of Christ in Corona, NY. (Photo Courtesy of Transfiguration of Christ Corona, NY)
    Sara Tsugranis
  • Sunday Sermon Series Sunday of Saint Mary of Egypt April 21 April 17, 2024
    This week, find insights about the upcoming Gospel reading, where we learn about the Cross and the Kingdom. But how do we follow the way to the Kingdom? And what does it mean to sit at the right hand of Christ? Also, what comes before grace?
    Sara Tsugranis
  • Register for the 2024 National Philoptochos Convention in San Diego, CA April 17, 2024
    Registration is open for the 2024 National Philoptochos Convention in San Diego, CA! Join us from June 30 to July 4 for a transformative experience where attendees can connect face-to-face, gain valuable insights, and share the love.Let's celebrate achievements, recharge, and refuel as we embrace our sub-theme 'Inspiring Women, Impacting The World.'
    Sara Tsugranis
  • Archons of the Ecumenical Patriarchate: Faith in Youth April 17, 2024
    There can, of course, be no future of faith unless young people come to understand the cardinal importance of faith for living a full, rewarding, and happy life. To instill in young people an appreciation for the value of faith is the responsibility of parents, teachers, and clergy. There are also numerous important initiatives and […]
    Sara Tsugranis
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  • Renewal Tuesday April 26, 2024
    On the island of Mytilene (Lesbos in ancient times), near the village of Therme, the villagers had a custom of ascending a certain hill on this day to celebrate the Divine Liturgy in the ruins of a small chapel, although no one knew whence the tradition sprang. In the year 1959, certain villagers began seeing […]
  • Mark the Apostle & Evangelist April 26, 2024
    Mark was an idolater from Cyrene of Pentapolis, which is near Libya. Having come to the Faith of Christ through the Apostle Peter, he followed him to Rome. While there, at the prompting of Peter himself and at the request of the Christians living there, he wrote his Gospel in Greek, and it is second […]
  • George the Great Martyr & Triumphant April 25, 2024
    George, this truly great and glorious Martyr of Christ, was born of a father from Cappadocia and a mother from Palestine. Being a military tribune, or chiliarch (that is, a commander of a thousand troops), he was illustrious in battle and highly honoured for his courage. When he learned that the Emperor Diocletian was preparing […]
  • Great and Holy Pascha April 24, 2024
    Mary Magdalene, and the other women who were present at the burial of our Saviour on Friday evening, returned from Golgotha to the city and prepared fragrant spices and myrrh, so that they might anoint the body of Jesus. On the morrow, because of the law which forbids work on the day of the Sabbath, […]
  • Holy Saturday April 23, 2024
    On Saturday, the high priests and Pharisees gathered together before Pilate and asked him to have Jesus' tomb sealed until the third day; because, as those enemies of God said, "We suspect that His disciples will come and steal His buried body by night, and then proclaim to the people that His resurrection is true, […]
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