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X is for St. Xenia of Petersburgh #literacymonth @halfpricebooks

I is for St. Ia the Teacher, New Martyr of the Boxer Rebellion #literacymonth @halfpricebooks

C is for St's Cyril and Methodius, Apostles to the Slavs (Ever wonder why the Russian alphabet is "Cyrillic?") #literacymonth @halfpricebooks

A is for St. Anna, Mother of Mary, wife of St. Joachim #literacymonth @halfpricebooks

E is for St. Elizabeth the Wonderworker, 5th c Turkey, one of the only female dragonslayers. #literacymonth @halfpricebooks

Our Lady of the Aborigines

St. Francis of Assisi Cross.

Saints Cyril and Methodius.

Texas mission.

medieval icons

"Christ of the Desert" by Robert Lentz. Christ in the Margins (9781570758140): Robert Lentz, Edwina Gateley: Books


Rachmaninov: Vespers & Complete All-Night Vigil

St. Nicholas the Wonderworker

St. Katherine's feastday, November 25th

Orthodox corner


On Acquisition of The Holy Spirit by St. Seraphim of Serov

St. Herman's Church in Wasilla, Alaska

Orthodox Book Club March - Hermitess Photini

Christ Pantocrator of Mt. Sinai Icon - very interesting - check it out!


"I have often regretted the words I have spoken, but I have never regretted my silence" St. Arsenios the Great

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St. Seraphim helped people in many ways. When the people thanked him for what he had done, he told them: "Do not thank me; I am only the servant of Jesus Christ." He also said "Acquire the Spirit of Peace and thousands around you will be saved."