Cappella Romana Perform Music from Vespers, Matins, and the Divine Liturgy in the Slavic Tradition March 30, 31, April 2nd Seattle/Portland


A Joyous Lent to All!

Russian Chant Revival

 

‘The men of Cappella Romana (fb) perform music from Vespers, Matins, and the Divine Liturgy in the Slavic tradition, including powerful medieval chants, and choral works by Rimsky-Korsakov, Kastalsky, Chesnokov, and more.

Seattle audiences have the exciting chance to preview our Russian Chant Revival program on Thursday, March 30th during a pre-concert session with the Seattle Symphony in their night devoted to Rachmaninov and his Russian influences! The preview is FREE with a Seattle Symphony ticket. Then, experience the full Russian Chant Revival performance at 7:30pm on Friday night at St. James Cathedral in Seattle!”

Russian Chant Revival

Seattle
Friday 31 March, 7:30pm
St. James Cathedral

TICKETS

Portland
Sunday 2 April, 3:00pm
Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral

TICKETS

Our online ticket system is experiencing some technical difficulties. We are currently working with our provider to resolve this quickly.

In the meantime, you can contact us the old-fashioned way – by phone! We will be present here in the box office from 9am to 5pm, so please call if you have ticketing needs! Call: (503) 236-8202

Program

Music for Vespers

Come, Let Us Worship, Kiev-Pechersk Lavra
Psalm 103, Nikolai Kedrov Jr.
Blessed is the Man, Nikolai Tolstiakov (arr. Paul Chesnokov)
Mode 1 Kekragarion and 1st Sticheron, Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov
Joyful Light (Kievan Chant), Nikolai Kedrov Jr.
‘The Lord is King’ Prokeimenon from Saturday Vespers, Stepan Smolensky
Nunc dimittis, Vladimir Rebikov
Hail, Virgin Mother of God, Vladimir Rebikov
Let my prayer be sent forth, Mikhail Glinka
By the waters (Lenten Polyeleos), Aleksandr Kastalsky

Music for Matins

The Lord is God, Mode 1 (Znamenny chant)
Apolytikion, Mode 1, Sergey Taneyev
Your Cross, O Savior, Kiev-Pechersk Lavra
Polyeleos, Peter Tchaikovsky (arr. Paul Chesnokov)
1st Antiphon of Ascent, Mode 4, Dmitri Allemanov
Matins Prokeimenon, Mode 4, Aleksandr Glazunov

Music for Divine Liturgy

Cherubic Hymn, Stepan Smolensky
O Be Joyful in the Lord, Op. 19 No. 2, Aleksandr Grechaninov (arr. Paul Chesnokov)
Alleluia and Apolytikia, Stepan Smolensky
Funeral Kontakion and Ode 9 from Panikhida, Paul Chesnokov
Eternal Memory from Panikhida, Paul Chesnokov   ( Information from their website)

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Reunited: “Francescuccio Ghissi’s St. John Altarpiece” at Portland Art Museum March-July 2017


A Joyous Lent to All!

Reunited: Francescuccio Ghissi’s St. John Altarpiece” Opened  at the Portland Art Museum.   It runs March 25th -July 9th, 2017.

Portland Art Museum Newsletter

“Francescuccio Ghissi (Italian, active 1359–1374), St. John Altarpiece, 1370s, tempera and gold leaf on wood, including paintings from the Portland Art Museum, the North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, and the Art Institute of Chicago.  ”  From the website, for more history just click.

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The Northwest Boychoir Performs “Sympony of Psalms” And the Alleluia Chorus March 19 Portland.


A Joyous Lent to All!

 

 

Cappella Romana (fb) Presents:

Cappella Romana Presents: The Northwest Boychoir

This year’s program will feature Igor Stravinsky’s brilliant Symphony of Psalms. Composed in 1930, in the neo-classical style, this work was declared by Time Magazine to be the best classical composition of the 20th century. Stravinsky intended that the treble parts (soprano and alto) be performed by children’s voices, though due to the complexity of the work, it is rarely performed in this manner. This is a rare opportunity to hear this work as it was conceived by the composer.

The second part of the program will be devoted to the tremendously popular Gloria by Antonio Vivaldi. As with the Symphony of Psalms, Vivaldi wrote his joyous Gloria for children’s voices. This early 18th century work is a masterpiece of choral style, with wonderful linear interplay and an uplifting spirit.

Portland
Sunday, March 19th, 2017, 7:30pm
Trinity Episcopal Cathedral

TICKETS

Our online ticket system is experiencing some technical difficulties. We are currently working with our provider to resolve this quickly.

In the meantime, you can contact us the old-fashioned way – by phone! We will be present here in the box office from 9am to 5pm, so please call if you have ticketing needs! Call: (503) 236-8202″  Information from the Website.

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Agia Sophia Academy Seeks A Prinicipal for 2017-2018


A Joyous Fast to All!

Agia Sophia Academy (Friends of Agia Sophia Academy FB-ed) , an Orthodox Christian School, seeks an experienced educator to serve as our Principal for the 2017-18 school year.  Learn more at http://www.asapdx.org/about-us/employment/principal-position.

 

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“A Weekend with Abbot Tryphon” March 18-19th at St Silouan’s in Walla Walla, Washington


 A Joyous Fast to All!

 Abbot Tryphon of All-Merciful Saviour Monastery located on beautiful Vashon Island, Wa., will be giving a Retreat at St Silouan Orthodox Church in Walla Walla, Washington.

Abbot Tryphon has a both a Blog The Morning Offering (Daily Inspiration from All-Merciful Saviour Monastery) and a daily Podcast also called The Morning Offering Podcast.  His site features daily scripture verses, a reflection, and often some lovely pictures of the Monastery or other local NW Orthodox Churches to inspire our pilgrim journey.  He has a book “The Morning Offering” which can be purchased here.  On a side note I know the Monastery could use financial support.  They receive a number of pilgrims and visitors and need to build guest quarters.

Please pray for the suffering Christians in the Middle East and throughout the world.

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Поклоничко путовање на Свету Гору 20. до 28. јуна 2017.


 Venerables Marana, Cyanna (Kyra), and Domnica (Domnina), nuns, of Syria (ca. 450).Joyous Lent to All!  Pray for the Suffering Christians of the Middle East.

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Поклоничко путовање на Свету Гору

ЦШО Светог Архангела Михаила организује поклоничко путовање Манастиру Хиландару и другим светињама од 20. до 28. јуна 2017. године.

Полазак је из Београда 20. јуна, а повратак на Видовдан 28. јуна

Поред Манастира Хиландара, посетићемо још неколико манастира на Светој Гори, србско војничко гробље Зејтинлик, цркву Светог Димитрија у Солуну, манастире на Метеорима, Опленац и Краљеву цркву.

Цена је 400 евра. У цену је урачунат пут, хотели, доручак, вечера, водич, виза за Свету Гору, и за жене крстарење oko Свете Горе.

Заинтересовани могу контактирати свештеника Малишу Миловановића на 604-715-1908.

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PILGRIMAGE TO THE CHILANDAR MONASTERY AND THE HOLY MOUNT ATHOS  The St. Archangel Michael Serbian Orthodox Church in Vancouver is organizing a pilgrimage to these holy sites in Greece: the Chilandar Serbian Monastery and other monasteries on Mt. Athos, the Meteora monastery complex, Church of St. Demetrius of Thessaloniki, and the Zeitenlik Serbian Military Cemetery. In Serbia, we will visit Oplenac and King’s Church—the mausoleum of the Serbian Royal House of Karađorđević. Departure is from Belgrade on June 20th and return is on June 28th, 2017.The price is 400 euros per person which includes travel from Belgrade, accommodation, breakfasts and dinners, a guide, visa for Mt. Athos and a cruise around Mt. Athos for the ladies. Round-trip airfare from North America is not included. For details, please contact Father Malisa Milovanovic at 604-715-1908.

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Sunday Snapshot: Pan Orthodox Vespers at St Demetrios Sunday of Orthodoxy Seattle March 5, 2017


St. Gregory Palamas the Archbishop of Thessalonica (movable holiday on the 2nd Sunday of the Great Lent).

The Pan-Orthodox Vespers in Western Washington for the Sunday of Orthodoxy took place at St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church in Seattle (Fb), sponsored by the Washington Orthodox Clergy Association. His Eminence Metropolitan Gerasimos of San Francisco(Greek Orthodox Metropolis) presided and offered the homily. Fr. Photios Dumont, pastor of St. Demetrios, was the main celebrant. A total of 17 priests and three deacons served, while another eight priests and two deacons prayerfully attended in the altar or congregation. John Michael Boyer, Protopsaltis (First Chanter) of the Metropolis, led a group of chanters in the hymns and responses of the service.
The over 150 faithful who attended, from parishes of various jurisdictions, enjoyed fellowship and a Lenten meal following the service hosted by the St. Demetrios Parish Council and Ladies Philoptochos Society.

Sunday of Orthodoxy Lent 2017 St Demetrios Church in Seattle. His Eminence Metropolitan Gerasimos of San Francisco presiding.  Photo courtesy of Mr Argue, C .  Thank you!

Sunday of Orthodoxy Lent 2017 St Demetrios Church in Seattle. His Eminence Metropolitan Gerasimos of San Francisco presiding. Photo courtesy of Mr Argue, C .  Thank you!

Sunday of Orthodoxy Lent 2017 St Demetrios Church in Seattle. His Eminence Metropolitan Gerasimos of San Francisco presiding.  Photo courtesy of Mr Argue, C .  Thank you!

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Celebrate Greek Independence Day March 25’th Seattle, WA


St. Porphyrius, bishop of Gaza (420).  St. Photina, the Samaritan woman, and her sisters Anatola, Phota, Photis, Parasceva, and Cyriaca; her sons Photinus and Joses; and Sebastian the Duke, Victor, and Christodulus — all martyred under Nero (66) (Greek).  Joyous Lent to All!  Pray for the Suffering Christians of the Middle East.

Thanks to Assumption Greek Orthodox Church, Seattle for the notification.  And thank you to J. and J. Nicon co-sponsors with AHEPA Seattle, Chapter #177  for the flyer. Please note this is at the St Demetrios Community Hall and not Assumption Church.

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Men’s Lenten Retreat March 31-April 2nd hosted by St John the Forerunner Monastery in Goldendale, WA


St. Porphyrius, bishop of Gaza (420).  St. Photina, the Samaritan woman, and her sisters Anatola, Phota, Photis, Parasceva, and Cyriaca; her sons Photinus and Joses; and Sebastian the Duke, Victor, and Christodulus — all martyred under Nero (66) (Greek).  Joyous Lent to All!  Pray for the Suffering Christians of the Middle East.

 

Greek Orthodox Monastery of St John the Forerunner in Goldendale,WA  is hosting a Men’s Lenten Retreat (Brochure with full details).  Fr John’s Parish of Holy Trinity Church in Santa Fe can be seen here.

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“St Innocent of Alaska & The Way of the Cross” A Lenten Retreat March 31st-April1st in Pullman, WA


A Joyous Lent to All!

St Katherine’s Mission in Pullman Washington will host a Retreat: “St Innocent  of Alaska and the Way of the Cross” March 31 – April 1st, on the topic of  and the Holy Cross given by Fr. Paul Jaroslaw, pastor of the Prophet Elijah Mission Parish in Ellensburg, WA.  St. Innocent besides his great missionary labors,  early ethnography, meterology, translation work and the physical building of churches he wrote a very enlightening and challenging guide to the Christian Life.  Indication of the  Way into the Kingdom of Heaven.  It can be ordered from Holy Trinity Monastery Publication Dept.

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Orthodoxy on Tap for Young Adults at St Demetrios in Seattle March 8 and 22!


Great-martyr Theodore the Tyro (306).  St. Hermogenes, patriarch of Moscow and all Russia (1612).  St. Nicholas (Planas), priest in Athens (1932).  A Joyous Lent to All!

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Orthodoxy on Tap at St Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church in Seattle. (fb)

Orthodoxy on Tap
 Join us for Pre-Sanctified Liturgy on Wednesday, March 8 & 22
Orthodoxy on Tap if for all college students and young adults. This ministry is a chance for us to meet and talk about our faith in a social environment. Meetings are usually held on the second Wednesday and fourth Tuesday of the each month.  During Lent we are attending Pre-Sancitified Liturgy followed by a Lenten Pot-Luck and discussion.  Liturgy begins at 6:30 pm.  Please join us!
Please RSVP if you can attend, contact Lefteris Sitaras at 206-660-2779.
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A Joyous Lent to All! Καλή Σαρακοστή! 2017


 Καθαρά Δευτέρα

Venerable Auxentius, monk of Bithynia (470).  St. Cyril, Equal-to-the-Apostles, teacher of the Slavs (869) , St. Ilarion the Georgian of Imeretia and Mt. Athos (1854) (Georgia)

Καλή Σαρακοστή !

 

The lenten spring has come!
   the light of repentance;
Let us, brothers, cleanse ourselves from all evil,
   crying out to the Giver of Light:
Glory to Thee, O Lover of man…

Let us begin the time of fasting in light!
   Preparing ourselves for the spiritual efforts.
Let us purify our soul; let us purify our body.
As from food, let us abstain from all passion
   and enjoy the virtues of the spirit,
So that perfected in time by love
We may all be made worthy to see
   the Passion of Christ and the Holy Pascha
In spiritual joy!  Lenten Text

I hope my readers had better kite flying weather than we did…….  Alas no wind when u want it…

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Seattle Churches having Sunday Vespers with Guest Speakers for Lent 2017


Week of the Last Judgment. Tone two.
Maslenitsa. Meat is excluded St. Alexis, metropolitan of Moscow and miracleworker of all Russia (1378).

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2013 Sunday Lenten Vespers at St Spiridon Cathedral Seattle. Image from the WOCA website -click to go for one more photo from 2013 and slideshow from 2009.

The Washington Orthodox Clergy Association (WOCA)

All Services Begin at 5:00 PM

March 5th (Sunday of Orthodoxy) St. Demetrios GOC 2100 Boyer Avenue E. Seattle, WA 98112 Phone: (206) 631-2500 Homilist: Met. Gerasimos

March 12th (Sunday of St. Gregory Palamas) Holy Apostles GOC 19421 Ashworth Avenue N. Shoreline, WA 98133 Phone: (206) 542-1391 Homilist: Fr. David Hovik

March 19th (Sunday of the Holy Cross) St. Katherine OCA Mission 14216 132nd Ave. NE Kirkland, WA 98034 Phone: (425) 623-3653 Homilist: Fr. Jeremiah Vollman

March 26th (Sunday of St. John Climacus) St. Paul AOC 21236 Poplar Way Brier, WA 98036 Phone: (425) 771-1916 Homilist: Fr. James Robinson

April 2nd (Sunday of St. Mary of Egypt) Sts. Joachim & Ana Romanian Orthodox Church 4202 34th Avenue W. Seattle, WA 98199 Phone: (206) 434-1911 Homilist: Fr. Tom Tsagalakis

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Tonight A Talk on Ethiopia “An Ancient Land An Ancient Faith” for the Spokane Coeur D Alene Area Residents


Week of the Last Judgment. Tone two.  Maslenitsa. Meat is excluded.  Hieromartyr Blaise, bishop of Sebaste (316).  St. Vsevolod (in holy baptism Gabriel), prince and wonderworker of Pskov (1138).

 

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Fellowship of the Cross Retreat for Young Adults March 10-11th, at Prophet Elijah Mission, Ellensburg, WA


Week of the Last Judgment. Tone two.
Maslenitsa. Meat is excluded
Hieromartyr Blaise, bishop of Sebaste (316).
St. Vsevolod (in holy baptism Gabriel), prince and wonderworker of Pskov (1138).

Prophet Elijah Mission in Ellensburg Washington presents:  The Fellowship of the Cross Young Adult Retreat.   Seattle, Portland, BC, Idaho-Montana, don’t let a little Mission out do you!

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TIGRAN HAMASYAN Jazz Virtuoso Performing March 3rd in Portland.


Week of the Last Judgment. Tone two.  Maslenitsa. Meat is excluded.   Venerable Shio Mgvime (6th c.) (Georgia) (movable holiday on Thursday of the Cheese-fare Week).  St. Scholastica of Italy, sister of St. Benedict (543).

SoulPatch Music Productions is proud to present composer and virtuoso pianist, 2006 Thelonious Monk Piano Competition winner TIGRAN HAMASYAN in a solo performance at Michelle’s Piano Company on FRIDAY, March 3rd, 2017 at 7:30pm.  The Portland performance is a part of his world tour through some 20 countries on four continents promoting his new solo recording “An Ancient Observer”.  (Yes the editor of OrthoNW really appreciates Jazz : )

Tigran… Amazing! He is now my teacher

— Herbie Hancock

A mature, and great, and rich, and deep artist

— Chick Corea

Tigran really grabbed me, in this really cool way

— Brad Mehldau

Born in Gyurmi, Armenia in 1987, Tigran showed an extraordinary interest in music at age two, and by three he was playing rock and jazz standards on the piano. The next 10 years were spent intensely studying classical piano in Armenia’s prestigious school for gifted children, along with an in depth private study of works of jazz masters Duke Ellington, Charlie Parker, Thelonious Monk, Bud Powell, Art Tatum, and others.

Discovered by a French-Armenian jazz promoter, young Tigran was invited to participate at several European festivals, where he became an instant sensation. He met and garnered rave revues from legends like Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Chick Corea, John McLaughlin, Joe Zawinul, and others. He also won the 2003 Montreux Jazz Festival Solo Piano Competition, and the 2005 Monaco Jazz Piano Competition.

Tigran was still virtually unknown in the States when he entered the world’s most prestigious jazz competition– the Thelonious Monk Piano Competition in 2006. The panel of judges made up of Herbie Hancock, Danilo Perez, Renee Rosnes, Billy Taylor, and Randy Weston awarded him the 1st place against the more well-known and more accomplished competitors Gerald Clayton (2nd place) and Aaron Parks (3rd place). Since then Tigran has appeared at virtually every major jazz festival and concert hall, and has recorded for labels such as Nonesuch, Verve, and most recently for the legendary ECM. He also won the French Grammy Award in 2011 and German ECHO award in 2016.

Tigran’s music is heavily influenced by folk, traditional, and spiritual Armenian music, Armenian medieval poetry, literature and fables, as well as the jazz and classical music cannon, thrash metal, rock, electronic music, and the traditional music of many countries such as India, Morocco, and Norway to name a few. To call his work jazz, or ethno-jazz is to severely understate and limit what it truly is– a uniquely individual musical voice unlike anything else on the scene. This is a performance not to be missed!

WHO: TIGRAN HAMASYAN Solo Performance

WHERE: Michelle’s Piano Company 600 SE Stark St, Portland, OR

WHEN: Friday, March 3rd, 2017. Doors at 6:30. Show at 7:30

Tickets: $15 in advance (includes all fees) through Tickettomato.com

$17 at the door

ALL AGES WELCOME!

Check out some great videos:

Interview with Tigran for Italian TV about his first solo album “Fable”

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Ladies Tea and Silent Auction to Benefit “Open Arms Pregnancy Care Center” March 18th at St John the Baptist, Post Falls


Week of the Last Judgment. Tone two. 

Martyr Nicephorus of Antioch (ca. 257).
Uncovering of the relics (1805) of St. Innocent of Irkutsk (1731).

St John the Baptist in Post Falls, Idaho  (fb) presents:  This is an early post because they expect to sell out so buy your ticket now!

Please help us spread the word! This would be an excellent event to invite neighbors, friends or family members to. You may forward the electronic invitation via email, or there will be printed invites at St. John. There is also a Facebook event which you may use to invite people to: 

 https://www.facebook.com/events/700267720150570/
We do expect to SELL-OUT – so please buy your tickets soon.
With much love in Christ,
Ladies’ Tea Committee”

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Please help us spread the word! This would be an excellent event to invite neighbors, friends or family members to. You may forward the electronic invitation via email, or there will be printed invites at St. John. There is also a Facebook event which you may use to invite people to:
We do expect to SELL-OUT – so please buy your tickets soon.
With much love in Christ,
Ladies’ Tea Committee
Tickets may be purchased:

or click the Announcement to go to the web page with links!

 

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Gala Dinner and Auction Fund Raiser for Agia Sophia Academy in Beaverton, OR May 7, 2017


Week of the Last Judgment. Tone two.
Maslenitsa.   The 1,003 Martyrs of Nicomedia (303).

Agia Sophia Academy (Friends of Agia Sophia Academy FB-ed) presents:

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Upcoming Icon Workshops Boise, ID, Bozeman, MT, and Goldendale, WA, with Deacon Matthew Garrett in 2017


The Saturday of the Dead. Tone one.  Holy Martyr Agatha of Palermo in Sicily (251).
St.
Theodosius, archbishop of Chernigov (1696). 

Upcoming Icon Workshops with the NW’s own  Deacon Matthew Garrett .  Icons and more information can be found on his website- Icons by the Hand of Deacon Matthew Garrett.  He also has a blog – Holy Icons an Iconographer’s Blog.  And if you like Icon Cards for name days etc., his zazzle site.

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From a Previous Post:  The Idaho Statesman had a front page article on Nov 5, 2011 about the Northwest’s own Boise Iconographer Deacon Matthew Garrett entitled; “Faces of faith: Orthodox Christian iconographer in Boise is part of an ancient tradition.”  More of his work can be seen by visiting his website Holy Icons, and his blog-Holy Icons an Iconographers blog.  He also just published a book “Sanctify those Who Love the Beauty of Thy House” image on the right.  “More than a Piece of Art” is another article on Mr. Garrett and his Iconography that was done for a Church in West Virginia by the  Register Herald in Beckley, WV.

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Special Patristic Greek Reading Class Join Now! Offered by The Classical Learning Resource Center


The Classical Learning Resource Center (FB) presents:  Patristic Greek Reading Class.  An excellent opportunity and offering for those interested.

There is no charge for this class and if there are people in the area with a sufficient background in Greek we’d love to have them join us.  The class began yesterday but it would be fairly easy for new students to join us beginning next week.  

+ Patristic Greek Reading Class Begins Today – Monday, February 13th!

It’s not too late to join (ed) the Patristic Greek Reading class, which started Feb 13th (updated-ed), taught by Professor Evie Holmberg Professor of Classics & Ecclesiastical/Patristic Greek Language and Literature at Hellenic College.    course-description

For more information please contact: Anne Van Fossen

Here is page 1 of the course description,

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Of all holy works, the education of children is the most holy. 

– St. Theophan the Recluse

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