The fame of St. Hilda's wisdom was so great that from far and near monks and even royal personages came to consult her
St. Cyril presided over the Third Great Ecumenical Council which met in 431 AD and which proclaimed Mary as the Theotokos
St. Gregory Palamas developed the fundamental teaching of the Church concerning the great mystery of the indivisible distinction between the essence and energy of God.
This greatest and most beloved of all Christian orators
On November 19, 2009, priest Daniel Sisoyev was killed. He was a missionary who roused people from their spiritual torpor and led them to Christ.
Reading the Service Books While Traveling or at Home
by St. Basil the Great
Rejoice evermore, Pray without ceasing, In every thing give thanks: for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you.
(1 Thessalonians 5:16-18)
Michael, Archangel of God, standing at the head of the angels before the everlasting Trinity, advocate and preserver of mankind
Thanks be to God for all things!
by Metropolitan Tryphon (Prince Boris Petrovich Turkestanov)
November 5/18 marks the day when Patriarch Tikhon (Belyaev) was chosen Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia.
Quitting the city, they hid themselves away on Mount Publion, where there were two monasteries, one for men and the other for women.
A film based on the life and prophesies of Elder Paisios drew so many people to its Nov. 5 debut in Moscow that organizers had to hold three screenings
A Sermon by Archbishop Platon of Kostroma
"Do not be lazy, O Christians! Read spiritual works so that your soul may not die starved of hearing the word of God"
An article by New Martyr Evgeny Poselyanin (1870–1931)
Cosmas and Damian were unmercenaries and miracle-workers. They were brothers both in the flesh and in the spirit
His Holiness Patriarch Kirill of Moscow and All Russia visited St Mary Magdalene Convent in Gethsemane.
As divine siblings, Zenobios most glorious, and Zenobia most pure, together you suffered, and you were made worthy to shine in the world, the grace of healing.
On 11 November 2012, at night, His Beatitude Patriarch Theophilos III and His Holiness Patriarch Kirill celebrated the Divine Liturgy at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre.
St. Dimitri of Rostov was a saint in the ancient and true model of the early Fathers.
He was beloved throughout all of Georgian society and many called him the “Second Apostle to Abkhazeti.”
In the Russian Church, veneration of Great Martyr Demetrios is closely bound with the memory of the defense of Country and Church by Great Prince Dimtri Donskoi of Moscow (+1389)
Fifty years ago Metropolitan Nestor departed to the Lord. He was one of the greatest missionaries of the twentieth century