On November 8 NS/21 OS, we celebrate the Synaxis of St. Michael and the Other Bodiless Powers, also known as the feast of the Archangels. Read on for resources and activities to observe this feast in your little church!
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We have gathered resources below for observing St. Phanourios's feast day on August 27 NS/September 9 OS, but his intercessions are sought throughout the year. Bake a Phanouropita (Phanourios Cake) and say a prayer to St. Phanourios when something goes missing at your house!
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On July 27 NS/August 9 OS, we celebrate the Greatmartyr and Healer St. Panteleimon. Beloved around the world for his intercessions on behalf of the faithful, he is one of the best-known healers among Orthodox saints. Read on for ways to celebrate this wonderful example of virtue in your home.
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On the second Sunday after Pentecost, we remember all the saints that have shone forth in North America. Hailing from Russia, Syria, Serbia, and other shores, our saints are a true reflection of this continent, and their many unique stories are a wonderful resource for understanding Orthodoxy.
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St. Brigid (Bridget, or Bríd in Gaelic) celebrated February 1 NS/14 OS, is one of the most important saints in Ireland. Also known as "Mary of the Gael," she was a contemporary of St. Patrick and renowned for her devotion to God and kindness to the poor. We have gathered some resources to help you observe her feast with your family.
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On January 30 NS/February 12 OS, we celebrate of the Synaxis of the Three Hierarchs: St. Basil the Great, St. Gregory the Theologian, and St. John Chrysostom. Though they each have their own feast days in January, on this day we celebrate them together as great bishops of the Church.
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On January 1 NS/14 OS, the feast day of St. Basil ushers in a new year. Most Christmas festivities are beginning to wind down, and our thoughts turn to the year ahead with all of its opportunities to strengthen our spiritual lives. We have gathered some resources to help you celebrate the feast of St. Basil.
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On December 13 NS/26 OS, we remember St. Lucy of Syracuse, a martyr who died in the fourth century. Her work serving persecuted Christians in hiding is remembered through her crown of candles, which Scandinavians love because she is a beacon of light during the darkest part of winter. Read on for our collection of traditions for celebrating St. Lucia in your little church!
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