Monthly Archives: September 2011

Fr. Dcn. John Picture

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Intro to the Byzantine Church Interior

The Church Interior You may have noticed that our church looks a little different from most other Churches. Though we are in communion with the Pope of Rome, we do have a unique tradition that reflects both our Eastern (Orthodox) … Continue reading

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Announcements

Liturgical Calendar Sun., Nov. 14, Divine Liturgy at 10:00am; Sun., Nov. 21, Divine Liturgy at 10:00am; Sun., Nov. 28, Divine Liturgy at 10:00am; Wed., Dec. 1, NO VESPERS!!! Sun., Dec. 5, Divine Liturgy at 10:00am; Mon., Dec. 6, Feast of St. … Continue reading

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Father Pavlo Picture

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Schedule Overview

Sacramental Life Reconciliation: 30 minutes prior to any scheduled service or by appointment. In front of the icon of Christ or in the north transept either one, except when the church is busy then confession is only offered in the … Continue reading

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Seasonal Schedule

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Liturgical Schedule

Liturgical Schedule Divine Liturgy: Sunday 10:00 AM (please join us for food and fellowship following Sunday Liturgy) Vespers: 7:00 PM on Wednesdays outside the Great Fast (please check the announcements) Liturgy of the Presanctified Gifts: 7:00 PM every Wednesday and Friday … Continue reading

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St. Sophia Troparion

Thou didst blossom in the courts of the Lord as a fruitful olive tree, O holy Martyr Sophia; in thy contest thou didst offer to Christ the sweet fruit of thy womb: Love, Hope and Faith. With them, intercede for … Continue reading

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Picture of Father Blessing Students

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From Jerusalem to Texas

How the Good News went from Jerusalem to Texas Christianity started in Jerusalem. From there, the apostles and their disciples spread out preaching the Good News, bringing Christ into the local cultures and transforming them with the message of Christ’s death … Continue reading

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