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NOVEMBER 19 / DECEMBER 2 - THE HOLY MARTYR BARLAAM OF CAESAREAorthochristian.com/108777.html ... Click Here To See MoreClick Here To See Less
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NOVEMBER 19 / DECEMBER 2 - THE HOLY PROPHET OBADIAHorthochristian.com/108776.html ... Click Here To See MoreClick Here To See Less
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Do not reject afflictions, for through them you will enter into the knowledge of the truth; and do not fear temptations, because therein you find precious things. Pray that you not enter into temptations of the soul, but with all your strength prepare yourself for those of the body. Without these you cannot draw nigh to God, because divine rest is laid up within them. He that flees temptations flees from virtue.+Saint Isaac the Syrian, The Ascetical Homilies of Saint Isaac the Syrian, Holy Transfiguration Monastery (2nd Ed.), Homily Three, p. 137. ... Click Here To See MoreClick Here To See Less
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Our Welsh clergy, happy to be enjoying the company of Archpriest Stefan Weerts from Brussels. Photograph courtesy of Father Spyridon. ... Click Here To See MoreClick Here To See Less
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Not only did the weekend see the ordination to the sacred priesthood of our dear friend, Father Mark Tattum-Smith, but also the tonsuring of Reader Oleksii to the lectorate. We wish the newly-tonsured Reader Oleksii 'Many Years'.The weekend also saw nagrada/awards to our clergy, with Archpriest Luke being granted the right to wear the palitsa in recognition of his many years of priestly service to the Orthodox Church; Archpriest Vitaly, our cathedral ecclesiarch, being awarded the jewelled cross; Father Vasilii from Brussels being granted the right to wear the kamilavka; and our cathedral deacon, Fr Andrei, being awarded the double-orar. We congratulate them all, and wish them 'Many Years' of service in the Church.The photographs are of the tonsure of Reader Oleksii. ... Click Here To See MoreClick Here To See Less
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THE HOLY MARTYR ROMANUS OF CAESAREAorthochristian.com/108706.html ... Click Here To See MoreClick Here To See Less
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THE HOLY MARTYR PLATON OF ANCYRAorthochristian.com/108705.html ... Click Here To See MoreClick Here To See Less
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Даждь нам, Владыко, на сон грядущим, покой души и телу, и сохрани нас от мрачнаго сна греховнаго, и всякаго темнаго и нощнаго сладострастия. Утиши стремление страстем, и угаси телесное разжжение, и стрелы лукаваго, яже на ны лукавно движимыя, и востания плоти нашея утоли, и всяко земное и вещное мудрование успи. И даруй нам, Боже, бодр ум и целомудр помысл, сердце трезвящеся, сон легок, и всякаго сатанина мечтания неискусен. Востави же нас во время молитвы, утвержены в заповедех Твоих. И память судеб Твоих в себе выну имуща. И всенощное славословие нам даруй, пети и благословити и славити, пречестное и великолепое имя Твое, Отца и Сына и Святаго Духа, ныне и присно и во веки веком, аминь. ... Click Here To See MoreClick Here To See Less
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SPIRITUAL FASTING, WITHOUT WHICH PHYSICAL OBSERVANCE OF THE NATIVITY FAST (AND ANY OTHER FAST) IS USELESS, MEANINGLESS AND IN VAIN!Let thy mind fast from vain thoughts; let thy memory fast from remembering evil; let thy will fast from evil desire; let thine eyes fast from bad sights: turn away thine eyes that thou mayest not see vanity; let thine ears fast from vile songs and slanderous whispers; let thy tongue fast from slander, condemnation, blasphemy, falsehood, deception, foul language and every idle and rotten word; let thy hands fast from killing and from stealing another's goods; let thy legs fast from going to evil deeds. Turn away from evil, and do good.+Saint Tikhon of Zadonsk ... Click Here To See MoreClick Here To See Less
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How can you find out if you are living within the will of God? Here is the sign: If you are troubled about any thing, this means that you have not completely given yourself over to the will of God. A person who lives in the will of God is not concerned over anything. And if he needs anything, he gives both it and himself over to God. And if he does not receive the necessary thing, he remains calm nevertheless, as if he had it. The soul which has been given over to the will of God is afraid of nothing, not of thunder nor of thieves - nothing. But whatever happens, she says, "Thus it pleases God." If she is sick, she thinks: this means that I need to be sick, or else God would not have given it to me. Thus peace is preserved in both soul and body.+Saint Silouan the Athonite ... Click Here To See MoreClick Here To See Less
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Our beloved deacon, Father Mark the Younger, who celebrated the third anniversary of his ordination to the sacred diaconate last Thursday. Many Years! ... Click Here To See MoreClick Here To See Less
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“Stretch forth Thy hand, O Lord, from thy holy dwelling-place on high, and strengthen me for this, Thine appointed service; that standing uncondemned before Thy dread Throne, I may fulfill the sacred, bloodless sacrifice... “Before the ikonstasis, the Entrance Prayers are offered by those celebrating and serving at the Liturgy, who then enter the altar to pray as each individual vestment is put and hands are washed. ... Click Here To See MoreClick Here To See Less
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Я зажгу свою лампаду Перед образом святым. Утоли моя печали, Помоги рабам Твоим. О, Владычице святая, Сердце рвётся к небесам, Сердцем слышу, Всеблагая, Шлешь Ты помощь Свою нам. Будто зорька заблистала... Будто близится рассвет... Сила зла уж меньше стала, И отчаянья уж нет. И яснее мысли стали Пред иконою Твоей, Утоли моя печали Благодатию Своей. ... Click Here To See MoreClick Here To See Less
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This photograph fills me with great joy and the correct sort of pride - pride to be a cleric of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia. Despite beginning as the Church of exiles and the dispossessed of the former empire, our little jurisdiction opened it’s doors to people of all nations and languages, taking mission seriously when other jurisdictions remained ethnic enclaves, translating and printing texts in local languages, championing the Orthodox saints of the west and venerating the holy places, ordaining local Orthodox men to the sacred ministry and calling the people of the west to monastic life.Free from the crushing and damaging control of the God-hating Soviet authorities, it shone as a beacon of light and truth, not only for those whose homelands were enslaved beneath the communist yoke, but all who saw in it faithfulness and total commitment to the the fullness of Faith and the striving for holiness and righteousness.The fruit of this could be seen in the diversity of clergy present, ranging from the emigre Russian elders of our Church in western Europe and descendants of exiles, to priests and deacons native to all of the countries within the diocese.At the head of this we have two wonderful bishops - and BOTH converts to the Faith. What a shining testimony to the ethos and spiritual character of our Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia. Praise God! ... Click Here To See MoreClick Here To See Less
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27/11/2022 - Homily - Parable of the Good SamaritanFollowing Liturgy, Father Mark preaches on one of today’s Gospels (Luke 10:25-37), the parable of the Good Samaritan.You can also find additional videos on the following link, please consider hitting the ‘subscribe’ button to be notified of updates and new videos as they are published youtube.com/@russianorthodoxchurchcardiff ... Click Here To See MoreClick Here To See Less
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OUR RETURN TO NAZARETH HOUSENext Sunday, the Feast of the Entrance of the Mother of God into the Temple quite suitably sees our return to Nazareth House and the resumption of Orthodox life in the sanctuary that became our home when we moved from Butetown to Cathays.Such has been the change and growth of our parish that many of the faithful have never been there, with half of our community only having known Newman Hall, St John’s and St Mary Butetown as places of Russian Orthodox worship in the city.It will be a very great joy to celebrate the feast in the convent church next Sunday, though we will regrettably not have a place for trapeza.For the major feasts, I hope that St John’s will continue to be our place of celebration, allowing processions around the building and a place to share meals together.On a weekly basis, having the sacred, liturgical setting of Nazareth House, with our furnishings and fixtures, will make a great difference to Orthodox worship, and we will also be able to start an hour earlier than we have been in St John’s.We have to be patient and creative in re-adapting to worship in Cathays, and look for ways to solve our lack of trapeza… with God’s help! ... Click Here To See MoreClick Here To See Less
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Акафист святым мученикам Гурию, Самону и Авиву:azbyka.ru/molitvoslov/akafist-svjatym-muchenikam-guriju-samonu-i-avivu.html?fbclid=IwAR1Stc78doZN... ... Click Here To See MoreClick Here To See Less
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MARTYRS AND CONFESSORS GURIAS AND SAMONAS, AND ABIBUS, OF EDESSACommemorated on November 15The Holy Martyrs and Confessors Gurias, Samonas and Habibus: during the persecution against Christians under the emperors Diocletian (284-305) and Maximian (305-311). The two friends Gurias and Samonas, preachers of the Word of God, were arrested in the city of Edessa.The saints refused to offer sacrifice to the gods, and boldly confessed their faith in Christ. For this they were subjected to cruel tortures: they were beaten, hung up by their hands, heavy weights were tied to their feet, and they were cast into a stifling prison.The martyrs endured everything with firmness and Samonas uttered a prayer to the Lord, which one of the witnesses to their death wrote down: “O Lord my God, against Whose will not a single sparrow falls into the snare. It was You Who made room for David in his sorrow (Ps. 4:1), Who proved the Prophet David stronger than lions (Dan. ch. 6), and granted a child of Abraham to be victor over torture and flames (Dan. ch. 3, ch. 14). You know also, Lord, the infirmity of our nature, You see the struggle set before us. Our foe strives to snatch us, the work of Your right hand, away from You and to deprive us of the glory which is in You. With Your compassionate eye watching over us, preserve in us the inextinguishable light of Your Commandments. Guide our steps by Your light, and make us worthy of Your Kingdom, for You are blessed unto ages of ages.” By night, they took the martyrs out beyond the city and beheaded them (+ 299-306). Christians buried their holy bodies with reverence.After some years, the last pagan emperor, Licinius (311-324), began a persecution against Christians. Habibus, a deacon of the Church of Edessa whom the emperor ordered to be arrested for his zealous spreading of the true Faith, presented himself before the executioners when he learned they were searching for him. The saint confessed his faith in Christ and was sentenced to be burned alive. The martyr went willingly into the fire and with a prayer surrendered his soul to the Lord. When the fire went out, the mother and relatives of the saint found his body unharmed. They buried the martyr next to Saints Gurias and Samonas.After the death of the saints, numerous miracles were wrought by them for those who entreated their help with faith and love. Once, a certain Gothic soldier, sent to serve at Edessa, took the pious virgin Euphemia as his wife. Before this the barbarian vowed to her mother Sophia at the graves of the Martyrs Gurias, Samonas and Habibus that he would do his spouse no harm, and would never insult her, but would always love and cherish her.At the completion of his service in Edessa, he took Euphemia with him back to his native land. It turned out that he had deceived her, for he already had a wife at home, and Euphemia became her slave. Her evil husband threatened to kill her if she revealed to anyone that they were married. Euphemia suffered much abuse and humiliation. When she gave birth to a son, the jealous Gothic woman poisoned him. Euphemia turned with prayer to the holy Martyrs Gurias, Samonas and Habibus, the witnesses to the perjurer’s oath, and the Lord delivered Euphemia from her suffering and miraculously returned her to Edessa, where she was welcomed by her mother.After a certain while the Goth was again sent to serve in Edessa. The whole city learned of his misdeeds after he was denounced by Sophia. The Goth was executed by order of the prefect of the city.In an Akathist, the Holy Church addresses the martyrs: “Rejoice, Gurias, Samonas and Habibus, Heavenly Patrons of honorable marriage.” We pray to them for deliverance from family turmoil, and from marital difficulties, especially where one spouse hates the other without cause. ... Click Here To See MoreClick Here To See Less
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“If you do not feel like praying, you have to force yourself,” the Elder said. “The Holy Fathers say that prayer with force is higher than prayer unforced. You do not want to, but force yourself. The Kingdom of Heaven is taken by force (cf. Matt. 11:12).”St Amvrosii of Optina ... Click Here To See MoreClick Here To See Less
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Week by week, I am continually impressed by how the life and labours of Father Seraphim (Rose) of Platina, have led and guided so many of the young people whom we meet in their spiritual journey to Orthodoxy.Interestingly, in ensuing conversations, we hear of parishes that have been visited and experienced by those spiritually searching where Father Seraphim is discouraged, taboo or forbidden. What of those parishes? What are they like?They are often parishes where fasting is lax or ‘optional’; where confession is at the whim and preference of the individual; where worshippers wear whatever they want, even if it’s immodest; where renovationist clergy replace the ancient liturgical practices of the Church with services according to their own ideas and interpretations of Orthodox worship, rejecting the living Tradition of the Church revealed by the Holy Spirit; where fear of covid rather than trust in God revealed doubt or downright eucharistic heresy and where kissing icons was forbidden; where the faithful are bullied or blackmailed into vaccinations to even be allowed to attend services; where ecumenism blurs the teaching of the very nature of the Church, or even where clergy poison souls with universalist assertions that all Faiths lead to the highest transcendent ‘Truth’; where the Ukrainian schismatics are supported - where parishioners actually have no idea what’s happening, or where the issue of the schism is ignored or a forbidden topic for discussion; where Patriarch Bartholomew is held up as infallible and the guarantor of Orthodoxy despite his horrendous anti-Orthodox actions and betrayal of the Faith; where political correctness supports the new live-and-let-live ‘morality’ that replaces and undermines the eternal moral and ethical Truths of the Gospel.Perhaps the simple question, ‘Do you like Father Seraphim Rose here?’ is a simple way to decide whether to stay or run! Everything we hear of the anti camp suggests that it’s a good sign that fakeadoxy, not Orthodoxy is what’s to be found in such communities.May Hieromonk Seraphim’s memory be eternal, and if he has found a place among the saints (as so many of us are convinced he has), we beg his intercession and help for us to walk the Royal Path, preserving REAL Orthodoxy and treasuring Sacred Tradition and the fullness if Faith. ... Click Here To See MoreClick Here To See Less
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Dear brothers and sisters, it will be wonderful for us to celebrate the Divine Liturgy in the cathedral tomorrow, knowing that one of the antimins consecrated for the altars of our diocese (and presently resting upon the Holy Table) contains portions of the relics of the saint of the day: St John the Merciful, Patriarch of Alexandria.orthochristian.com/98928.html?fbclid=IwAR1eXD5bLqBD4oYuJxk6QGfxD6o2Ye1U5R9CNAFGmkYXy77ZWCS2lSQyd5M ... Click Here To See MoreClick Here To See Less
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ICON OF THE KYKKOS MOTHER OF GOD “THE MERCIFUL”Commemorated on November 12/25The All-Merciful Kykko Icon of the Mother of God: This icon was painted, according to Tradition, by the holy Evangelist Luke. It received its name “Kykkiotisa” from Mount Kykkos, on the island of Cyprus. Here it was placed in an imperial monastery (so designated because it was built with donations from the Emperor), in a church named for it. Before coming to the island of Cyprus, the wonderworking icon of the Mother of God was brought throughout the region by the will of God. At first, it was in one the earliest Christian communities in Egypt, and then it was taken to Constantinople in 980, where it remained in the time of Emperor Alexius Comnenos (end of the eleventh to early twelfth century).During these years it was revealed to the Elder Isaiah through a miraculous sign, that by his efforts the wonderworking image painted by the Evangelist Luke would be transferred to Cyprus. The Elder exerted much effort to fulfill the divine revelation.When the icon of the Mother of God arrived on the island, many miracles were performed. The Elder Isaiah was instrumental in building a church dedicated to the Theotokos, and placing the Kykko Icon in it. From ancient times up to the present day, those afflicted by every sort of infirmity flock to the monastery of the Mother of God the Merciful, and they receive healing according to their faith. The Orthodox are not the only ones who believe in the miraculous power of the holy icon, but those of other faiths also pray before it in misfortune and illness.Inexhaustible is the mercy of the Most Holy Theotokos, Mediatrix for all the suffering, and Her icon fittingly bears the name, the “Merciful.” The wonderworking “Kykkiotisa” Icon of the Mother of God possesses a remarkable peculiarity: from what time period is unknown, but it is covered by a half shroud from the upper left corner to the lower right, so that no one is able to see the faces of the Mother of God and the Divine Infant. The depiction of the Mother of God appears to be of the Hodigitria (“Directress”) type, as is also the Smolensk Icon of the Mother of God. The head of the Mother of God is adorned with a crown.A copy of this icon is particularly venerated at the women’s Nikolsk monastery in the city of Mukachev.The Orthodox Church in America11/25/2016 ... Click Here To See MoreClick Here To See Less
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Torn by iron claws, beaten with a scourge of cords, thy body scorched with fire, thou didst not deny the saving name of Christ, nor wast thou vanquished in mind, nor didst thou sacrifice to graven images, but wast a willing wholeburnt offering, a pure and perfect sacrifice to thy Master, O martyr Menas. ... Click Here To See MoreClick Here To See Less
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The Breaking on the Wheel of the Holy Great-Martyr George at the Beginning of His Torture.Commemorated on November 10 (23 New Style).Celebrated by the whole Christian world, Great-martyr George was slain by Emperor Diocletian in the year 303.The holy martyr is appropriately considered the intercessor for all Christians and the patron saint of many. He is regarded with special reverence among the Georgian people, since he is believed to be the special protector of their nation. Historical accounts often describe how St. George appeared among the Georgian soldiers in the midst of battles.The majority of Georgian churches (in villages especially) were built in his honor and, as a result, every day there is a feast of the great-martyr George somewhere in Georgia. The various daily commemorations are connected to one of the churches erected in his name or an icon or a particular miracle he performed. November 10 marks the day on which St. George was tortured on the wheel. According to tradition, this day of commemoration was established by the holy Equal-to-the-Apostles Nino, the Enlightener of Georgia. St. Nino was a relative of St. George the Trophy-bearer. She revered him deeply and directed the people she had converted to Christianity to cherish him as their special protector.Holy Great-Martyr and Trophy Bearer George, pray to God for us! ... Click Here To See MoreClick Here To See Less
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MEGALYNARIA TO THE MOTHER OF GOD, IN HONOUR OF HER WONDERWORKING ICON, “QUICK TO HEAR”: FEAST 9/22 NOVEMBERCompassed with perils,let us fly to the iconof God's pure Motherand her infinite goodness,while crying from the depths with grief and pain of soul:Swiftly hear our prayers,O immaculate Virgin,for you are rightly calledQuick to Hear for your mercies;your defence in all our need,our ready helper in every adversity.O Theotokos, we shall not cease from speakingof all your mighty acts,all we the unworthy ones;for if you had not stood to intercede for us,who would have delivered usfrom such numerous dangers?Who would have preserved us alluntil now in true freedom?O Lady, we shall not turn away from you;for you always save your servants from all manner of grief.With what beauty your icon is wondrously adorned!Brighter than the rays of the sun,it enlightens all.The heavenly angels extol you,flying about and trembling with love, O all-pure Virgin Quick to Hear.O Quick to Hear,O Virgin Mother of God,hear your servants,who in painful sickness and sorrows cry out to you,and save us from all kinds of danger.Drive off the clouds of dark despondencyfar from my soul, O Lady,and grant joy of heart to me, O Mother most pure;for you are the vessel of gladness.Encompassed about with strife and wars on every sidefrom visible foes and those that are invisible,we cry out with fervour to you:O Lady, who are Quick to Hear,break their darts with your mighty strengthand grant us your supplicants a peaceful life.To the four quarters of the earthis your wondrous icon made famous for its signs;and all people with heart and mouth and mindsing the praise of her who is so Quick to Hear.Who has ever invoked your namewhen in any danger, affliction or distress,and has not been swiftly heard by you,since you are the Quick to Hear, O Mother most pure?From sea storm and swelling waves of certain deathyou have saved them that invoked your heavenly name:preserve us also from outward destructionand from the shipwreck of soul in eternal deeps,and bring us to the tranquil port of salvation, O Mother of God Most High.All the world has found salvation in you and a swift and fervent help in temptations;and so, O Virgin, from all the four quarters,people flee to your holy icon, O Quick to Hear,and all find you to be in truthrefuge, comfort and certain deliverance.Most grievously tossedupon the stormy sea of life,and all-overwhelmed with swelling waves of sufferings,we take flight, O Virgin, to your blessed iconas to a tranquil port;wherefore, stretch forth your hand to us,and save us from tempests as your Son saved Peter.Come, let us all praise in songthe icon of the Mother of Godrightly famed as Quick to Hear,which shines majesticallylike a brilliant moon,sending forth shining rayslighting earth and heaven;Mary, that bright star whereby we set our coursetowards the God of allwho is resplendent and blazing forthwith mercies as with many stars.Kindly hear and Kindly hear and fulfil all the requests of your servants,who in faith hurry to thee and invoke your mighty helpand thy swift deliverance,O pure Mother of God, Quick to hear;spotless Lady Virgin,thou whose praise is sung around the world.Come and deliver usfrom all tribulation, from all disease,from sufferings and miseryboth of soul and body, O Bride of God;that we might extol theewhile glorifying Christ thy Son and God.From all plague, pest and ruinthou hast delivered all who have fled to you;so rescue us now alsofrom every harm and evil,that we might also sing the praise of all thy wonderful works.From every sickness,O Virgin, keep us safe and sound,through thy fervent and unceasing protection,saving us as thou hast saved so many through the ages.Thine holy icon,O Lady Quick to Hear,hast been shown to be a well-spring of wonders,from which many draw relief of their afflictions.O Theotokos,thou revealest what has been lost,and thou givest joy of heart to the finder;for the grace is great that thou showest forth in thine icon.Now the time of need is upon us all;now a day of darknessfalls over our hearts and souls;now we need thy help:O Virgin, quell the peril,stretch forth thy hand and save us,who seek thy certain help.Thou art joy to all who sorrowand of the oppressed a protection,and the nurturer of the poor,comfort to the estranged,a staff to the blind,visitation of all the sick,a shelter and hope to those brought down by pain,helper of the orphaned,Mother of God in the highesthasten, we beseech thee, to assist thy servants.O Lady, receive the prayers of thy servants,and deliver us from afflictions and necessities.To thee I commit mine every hope, O Mother of God;guard me beneath thy shelter. ... Click Here To See MoreClick Here To See Less
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Icon of the Mother of God “Quick to Hear”. Commemorated on November 9/22orthochristian.com/108351.html ... Click Here To See MoreClick Here To See Less
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Timeline photosВ православном календаре сегодня праздник – Собор Архистратига Михаила и прочих Небесных Сил бесплотных (по старому стилю - 8 ноября). Дата праздника была выбрана неслучайно. Восьмой день месяца символизирует будущий Собор всех сил небесных, который святые отцы называют «восьмым днем», когда «приидет Сын Человеческий в Славе Своей и вси святии Ангелы с Ним». Ноябрь - девятый месяц года (раньше год начинался с марта), указывал на девять чинов ангельских. Архангел Михаил стоит над всеми девятью чинами ангелов, потому и зовется архистратигом.🔹Собор Архангела Михаила и прочих бесплотных сил с избранными святыми на полях. 1776 год. Музей «Невьянская икона»#МНИ #музейневьянскойикона #музейневьянскаяикона #невьянскаяикона #russianicon #icon #икона #иконы #архангелмихаил #архистратигмихаил ... Click Here To See MoreClick Here To See Less
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20/11/2022 - Homily - Fear not and persist in your faith.Following Liturgy, Father Mark preaches on today’s Gospel, which narrates two of Christ’s Miracles (Luke 8:41-56)You can also find more videos on the following links:youtube.com/@russianorthodoxchurchcardiffrussianorthodoxchurchcardiff.com ... Click Here To See MoreClick Here To See Less
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O Holy Hieromartyr Antipas, pray to God for us, for we eagerly betake ourselves to thee, who art a speedy helper and intercessor for our souls. ... Click Here To See MoreClick Here To See Less
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O Gracious Mother of our gracious King, Most Pure and Blessed Mother of God Mary, pour out the mercy of thy Son and our God on my passionate soul and by thy prayers set me to good deeds, that I may pass the remaining time of my life without fault, and through thee find paradise, O Mother of God and Virgin alone pure and blessed. Amen. ... Click Here To See MoreClick Here To See Less
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