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Saint Paul
(Αγιος Παυλος)
Patron Saint of Our Parish

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19

Jun

Saturday

Saturday of Souls
Orthros & Divine Liturgy 9 am

20

Jun

Sunday

PENTECOST
Father's Day
Orthros & Divine Liturgy 9 am
Coffee Hour

24

Jun

Thursday

NATIVITY OF JOHN THE BAPTIST
Orthros & Divine Liturgy 9 am
Fast free

27

Jun

Sunday

All Saints
Orthros & Divine Liturgy 9 am
Feast Day Luncheon

28

Jun

Monday

Apostles Fast Begins
Great Vespers 6 pm
Fast

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Martyrs Manuel, Sabel, and Ismael, of Persia

The Holy Martyrs Manuel, Sabel and Ismael, brothers by birth, were descended from an illustrious Persian family. Their father was a pagan, but their mother was a Christian, who baptized the children and raised them with a firm faith in Christ the Savior. When they reached adulthood, the brothers…

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Martyr Nectan of Hartland
Martyr Nectan of Hartland

Saint Nectan was born in Wales and lived in the sixth century, but we know few details about his life. He was the oldest of the twenty-four children of Saint Brychan of Brecknock (April 6). While he was still living in Wales, God inspired him to imitate the example of Saint Anthony (January 17) and…

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Saint Shalva of Akhaltsikhe
Saint Shalva of Akhaltsikhe

Saint Shalva of Akhaltsikhe was a brilliant military commander in the army of Queen Tamar and the prince of Akhaltsikhe. After his victory at Shamkori in the Ganja region, Shalva carried with him the flag of the caliph, as a sign of the invincibility of the Christian Faith, and conferred it, along…

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Venerable Botolph of Iken
Venerable Botolph of Iken

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Saint Hervius of Plouvien

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Venerable Ananias the Iconographer

Saint Ananias was born in Russia and was tonsured in the monastery of Saint Antony the Roman at Novgorod. God endowed him with a gift for painting icons, and he exercised this talent for the glory of the Lord. The Venerable Ananias painted "marvelous icons of many holy wonderworkers." For…

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