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  • Saturday 3 June, 03.06.2017
    Vladimir Icon of the mother of God, St. Constantine and his Mother Helen, Memorial Saturday of the Forefathers
    8:30 Confession
    9:00 Divine Liturgy and Panikhida
    17:00 All-Night Vigil
  • Sunday 4 June, 04.06.2017
    8:30 Confession
    9:00 Divine liturgy and Vespers
  • Monday 5 June, 05.06.2017
    9:00 Confession
    9:30 Divine Liturgy
  • Saturday 10 June, 10.06.2017
    Leave-taking of Pentecost
    8:30 Confession
    9:00 Divine Liturgy will be done in Windhoek, Namibia
  • Sunday 11 June, 11.06.2017
    1st Sunday of Pentecost, Feast of All Saints, Preparation for the St. Apostles Fast
    8:30 Confession
    9:00 Matins and Divine Liturgy
  • Saturday 17 June, 17.06.2017
    St Methodius of Peshnosha
    8:30 Confession
    9:00 Divine Liturgy in English
  • Sunday 18 June, 18.06.2017
    2nd Sunday after Holy Pentecost, Synaxis of All Russian Saints
    8:30 Confession
    9:00 Matins and Divine Liturgy
  • Sunday 25 June, 25.06.2017
    3d Sunday after Holy Pentecost
    10:00 Akaphist to St Sergius of Radonezh

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Monday May 29, 2017 / May 16, 2017

Afterfeast of the Ascension. Tone six.

Venerable Theodore the Sanctified (368), disciple of St. Pachomius the Great.
Translation of the relics (1545) of Venerable Ephraim, abbot of Perekom (1492).
St. Matthew, Hieromonk of Yaransk in Vyatka (1927).
Venerables Cassian (1537) and Laurence (1548), abbots of Komel (Vologda).
St. Alexander, archbishop of Jerusalem (3rd c.).
Martyrs Vitus, Modestus and Crescentia at Lucania (303).
Blessed child Musa of Rome (5th c.).
Monk-martyrs of the community of St. Sava the Sanctified (610).
St. George II, bishop of Mitylene (842).
Martyr Abdiesus, bishop, and companions in Persia (418).
St. Nicholas Mystikos, patriarch of Constantinople (930) (Greek).
New Martyr Nicholas of Metsovo, whose relics are at Meteora (1617) (Greek).
Martyrs Vitus, Modestus, and Crescentia at Lucania (303).
Venerable Brendan the Voyager, abbot of Clonfert (577) (Celtic & British).
Martyr Peter of Blachernae (Greek).
St. Euphemia near Neaorion (Greek).
Hieromartyr Theodore of Vrsac in Banat, Serbia (1595).
St. Carantoc of Carhampton.
Martyr Vukasin of Serbia (1941).

The Scripture Readings

Acts 21:8-14
John 14:27-15:7


St. Theodore the Sanctified, Troparion, in Tone I —
A desert dweller, an angel in the flesh,/ and a wonderworker wast thou shown to be,/ O our God-bearing father Theodore,/ for having acquired heavenly gifts through fasting, vigilance, and prayer,/ thou dost heal the infirm,/ and the souls of those who have recourse to thee with faith./ Glory to Him Who hath given thee strength!/ Glory to Him Who hath crowned thee!// Glory to Him Who worketh healings for all through thee!

Kontakion, Tone II, ''Seeking the highest..." —
Thou didst flourish in the house of God like a palm-tree,/ and through excellent ascetic endeavor didst brine forth the fruit of the virtues for the Lord./ O venerable father;// wherefore, as one who standeth with the incorporeal hosts, thou art called blessed.

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