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Metropolitan Hilarion leads patronal feast day of Glorious Ascension Monastery - 05/31/14

Resaca, GA - An Article and Photo Report

The Ascension of the Lord - 05/29/14

A Sermon of Archbishop Andrei (Rymarenko, 1893-1978)

Icon of the Ascension - 05/29/14

The Ascension icon shows Christ, with angels, being escorted back to His heavenly home.

On the Apodosis of Pascha - 05/28/14

Archbishop Simon (Vinogradov, +1933) of Peking and China

Orthodoxy in Britain 50 Years Ago - 05/27/14

by John M. Harwood
The writer became an Orthodox Christian in 1963. He was received into what was then the Richmond and Great Britain diocese of ROCOR.

Bishops Who Died within the Hierarchy of ROCOR - 05/27/14

This list contains the names of all hierarchs who died within ROCOR.
by Reader Isaac Lambertsen

Sunday of the Blindman and of Those who assert that they can see - 05/25/14

Elder Cleopa on Spiritual Blindness and
a Homily By St Nikolai Velimirovic from the Prolog

Sunday of the Blind Man - 05/25/14

From the Explanation of the Gospel of St. John by Blessed Theophylact

His Holiness, Patriarch Kirill: An Unofficial Portrait - 05/24/14

May 24 is the name-day of His Holiness, Patriarch Kirill. Pravmir presents a "behind the scenes" photo report

Venerable Comgall, Abbot of Bangor in Ireland - 05/24/14

Commemorated May 11/24, St. Comgall is celebrated as one of the most illustrious monastery founders in Ireland

On the Disaster Befalling Our Brother-Nation Serbia - 05/23/14

Statement by Metropolitan Hilarion of Eastern America and New York, First Hierarch of the Russian Church Abroad

Gathering Honey From Flowers - 05/23/14

The Fathers on Secular Learning
A talk by Priest Kevin Kalish given for the St. Herman’s Youth Conference 2010 at Holy Trinity Monastery

$20K collected for Costa Rica! - 05/23/14

Fund for Assistance to the ROCOR
75 East 93 Street New York, NY 10128

Dare to Do More! - 05/22/14

Abbot Mikhail (Semenov) on the path of monasticism

On the Samaritan Woman - 05/18/14

by St. John Chrysostom

The Samaritan Woman - 05/18/14

John 4: 5-42
From The Explanation of The Gospel of St. John by Blessed Theophylact

Mid-Pentecost - 05/14/14

A Sermon by Metropolitan Philaret of Eastern America and New York (+1985)

The Feast of Mid-Pentecost and the Pentecostarion - 05/14/14

The Fathers teach us that the feast of Mid-Pentecost stands in the middle of the fifty-day period from Pascha to Pentecost as a mighty flowing river of divine grace which have these two great feasts as its source.

The Basics of Spiritual Life - 05/13/14

based on the writings of St. Ignatius Brianchaninov commemorated April 30/May 13

On the Sunday of the Paralytic - 05/11/14

A sermon by Archimandrite Kirill (Pavlov)

Sunday of the Paralytic - 05/11/14

John 5:1-15
From The Explanation of the Gospel of St. John
by Blessed Theophylact

The Life of Hieromartyr Hilarion (Troitsky), Archbishop of Verea - 05/10/14

On May 10, 1999, the Council of Bishops of the Russian Orthodox Church glorified Archbishop Hilarion in the choir of the hieromartyrs in the assembly of New Martyrs and Confessors of Russia.

The Myrrh-Bearing “Hawaiian-Iveron” Icon Greeted in Georgia - 05/10/14

At the invitation of His Holiness, Elias II of Georgia and with the blessing of His Eminence Metropolitan Hilarion a delegation arrived in the territory of the Georgian Orthodox Church with the Miracle-Working Icon.

St. Stephen of Perm - 05/09/14

Thou didst sow the seed in a hardened people grown old in unbelief and give birth to them in the Gospel

About God - 05/09/14

In what way do we, the Orthodox Christians, believe in God?
by Archbishop Nathanael of Vienna and Austria (+1986)

The Fidelity and Love of the Myrrh-Bearing Women - 05/04/14

A sermon by Metropolitan Philaret of Eastern America and New York (+1985)

The Myrrh-bearing Women: Sacrificial Love - 05/04/14

A homily by Archimdrite Kirill (Pavlov)

The Myrrh-bearing Women - 05/04/14

Mark 15:43-16:6
From The Explanation of the Gospel of St. Mark by Blessed Theophylact

Women’s Headcoverings - 05/02/14

For 2000 years in the Orthodox Church, the tradition has been for women and girls to veil their heads during worship

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