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Category Archives: July 19
What Happens When Your Band is Breaking into the Big Time and Three Men Leave to Become Orthodox Christians and Priests? A Film About this July 22nd Portland
Thursday July 18, 2019 / July 5, 2019 5th Week after Pentecost. Tone three. Venerable Athanasius of Mt. Athos (1003) and his six disciples. Uncovering of the relics (1422) of Venerable Sergius of Radonezh (1392). New Hieromartyr Gennadius priest, Martyrdom of St. Elizabeth … Continue reading
Work Day at Holy Trinity Church, Wilkeson, WA July 20, 2019! Support the Oldest Orthodox Church in the Northwest!
Apostles’ (Peter & Paul) Fast. Venerable Barlaam of Khutyn (1192) (movable holiday on the 1st Friday of Apostles’ Fast). “Tabynsk” and “Kursk-Root” Icons of the Most Holy Theotokos (movable holiday on the 9th Friday of Pascha). St. Jonah, metropolitan of Moscow (1461). … Continue reading
New Summer Study Skills Class and Plan for Fall Classes at The Classical Learning Resource Center 2019
Apostles’ (Peter & Paul) Fast. Prophet Elisha (10th c. B.C.). St. Methodius, patriarch of Constantinople (847). Classical Learning Resource Center (fb) Please Note the Classes offered and plan for fall! Of all holy works, the education of children is the … Continue reading
Apostles’ (Peter & Paul) Fast. Prophet Elisha (10th c. B.C.). St. Methodius, patriarch of Constantinople (847). St John the Wonderworker Family Camp (FB) ¨The St. John the Wonderworker Family Camp is a retreat for Orthodox Christians — families and singles — in … Continue reading
Afterfeast of Pentecost. Tone seven. Fast-free Week. Fast-free Translation of the relics of Great-martyr Theodore Stratelates (319). St. Theodore, bishop of Rostov and Suzdal (1023). NW Greek Open Golf Tournament – July 26, Plan Now!
Afterfeast of the Ascension. Third Finding of the Precious Head of St. John the Baptist (850). Virgin-Martyr Helen (1938). New Hieromartyr Tavrion (1939). St. Innocent archbishop of Cherson (1857). Hieromartyr Therapon, bishop of Cyprus (4th c.) This is quite a distance but the … Continue reading