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On Sunday, February 13th after Divine Liturgy, we will be sponsoring fundraising to benefit Our St. Andrew Society. In 1991 Saint Andrew’s Society was established to support the spiritual rebirth of the faithful in Ukraine, especially in charitable outreach. This organization of our Church’s faithful has provided humanitarian assistance to the poor and disenfranchised elderly, by providing meals or food parcels, and to the orphans, with St. Nicholas visitations. These soup kitchens, located in various cities in Ukraine, have provided warm meals, Monday through Friday, for the needy.

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Please pray for the folowing individuals: Gregory, Yuri, Natalia, Olha, Daniel, Michael, Adriana, Marko, Ihor, Alexander, Daniel, Alexandra, Andy, Robin, Andre, Katya, Tania, Rick, Jurij, Nick, Luda, Marnie, Oksana, Dmytro, Oksana, Svitlana, Raisa, Victoria, Mykolai, Liuba, Ivan, Lesia, Mariana, Andrj, Petro, Rita, Ivanka, Lida, Marko, Anhelina, Andriana, Elen, Irina, Anya, Fr. Oleksij, Fr. Demetry. Fr. Andrij, Panimatka Halyna, Roman, Vera, Halyna, Alec, Natalia,(child) Mark


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Venerable Xenophon, his wife, Mary, and their two sons, Arcadius and John, of Constantinople
Venerable Xenophon, his wife, Mary, and their two sons, Arcadius and John, of Constantinople

Saint Xenophon, his wife Maria, and their sons Arcadius and John, were noted citizens of Constantinople and lived in the fifth century. Despite their riches and position, they distinguished themselves by their simplicity of soul and goodness of heart. Wishing to give their sons John and Arcadius a…

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Translation of the relics of Venerable Theodore,  Abbot of Studion
Translation of the relics of Venerable Theodore, Abbot of Studion

Today the Church commemorates the transfer of the sacred relics of Saint Theodore of Studion (November 11) from the island of Prinkēpo to Studion Monastery, which occurred in the year 844 (or 845), under Patriarch Methodios of Constantinople (842 - 846). The holy Confessor's relics were preserved…

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Venerable Xenophon of Robeika

Saint Xenophon of Robeika was a student of Saint Barlaam of Khutyn (+ 1192, November 6). He was the head of the Khutyn monastery after the igumen Isidore (+1243). Resigning as igumen, Saint Xenophon founded the Trinity Monastery on the banks of the Robeika River (not far from Novgorod). Here he…

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Martyrs Ananias the Presbyter, Peter, and seven soldiers, in Phoenicia

The Holy Martyrs Ananias the Presbyter, Peter the prison guard, and seven soldiers suffered in Phoenicia in the year 295. During a persecution of Christians under the emperor Diocletian (284-305), Saint Ananias was brought before Maximus the governor of Phoenicia. He had been arrested for…

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Saint Simeon “the Ancient” of Mount Sinai

Saint Simeon the Elder was so named in order to distinguish him from Saint Simeon the Stylite (September 1). He practiced asceticism in Syria in the fifth century, and in his childhood years went out into the Syrian wilderness and lived in a cave in complete solitude. Unceasing prayer, meditation,…

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Saint Joseph, Bishop of Thessalonica, and brother of Saint Theodore of Studion

Saint Joseph, Archbishop of Thessalonica, was brother of Saint Theodore the Studite (November 11), and together they pursued a life of asceticism under the guidance of Saint Platon (April 5) in the monastery at Sakkudion, Bithynia. Because of his ascetic life, Saint Joseph was unanimously chosen…

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Blessed David IV, King of Georgia
Blessed David IV, King of Georgia

At the end of the 11th century the Georgian Church underwent a trial of physically and spiritually catastrophic proportions. The Seljuk sultan, Jalal al-Dawlah Malik Shah (1073-1092), captured the village of Samshvilde, imprisoned its leader, Ioane Orbeliani, son of Liparit, ravaged Kvemo (Lower)…

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Saint Theodore of Ajareli
Saint Theodore of Ajareli

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