Advent Begins Nov. 15th
Advent is the period leading up to the celebration of the incarnation of our Lord and Savior. We fast, offer special prayers, bring our Nativity icon out to a prominent place in our home and lead our families to gain a deeper appreciation for this most significant historical event in the history of Mankind.
Here is a link to a series of home study ideas that the whole family can share.
More on Advent Season and the Nativity
Monday nights at 6:30pm in lower level of cathedral.
Wednesday mornings at 10am in library next to Fr. Tom's office.
Sundays at 4:30 in lower level of Cathedral.
Living the Orthodox Christian Faith
• Ten Points for Living the Orthodox Life Quick Guide to Orthodox Way of Life - Outlines the path Christ, the Apostles and the Church Fathers gave us to prepare for our union with God. It's a path everyone can follow.
|1. Praying Daily||6. Being Watchful|
|2. Worshiping & Sacraments||7. Taming Passions|
|3. Honoring Liturgical Cycle||8. Putting Others First|
|4. Jesus Prayer||9. Spiritual Fellowship|
|5. Slowing Down||10. Reading Scriptures|
Explore the mystical beauty of the Orthodox Divine Liturgy that is over 1500 years old. In this service we are united with God Himself as we receive the gift of the Body and Blood of Christ Himself. For more....
Deepen your prayer life with the teachings of the Church Fathers on Prayer. Learn about a rule for daily prayer, the use of the Jesus Prayer, and the deep meaning of the Lord's Prayer. Many articles and prayers for all occasions. For more...
Saints of Day
Find today's Saints along with their life story. Find
Sermons by Fr. Tom Pistolis.
Commentary on Orthodox way of life based on the teachings of the Church Fathers. Read