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What Happened To The Apostles & Where Their Remains Are Today

What Happened to all the Apostles and where their remains are today? You'll notice all the Apostles remains are in Catholic Churches. The Church has given some relics of the Saints to the Orthodox, but to no other.

traditions: Planting Basil for the Elevation of the Holy Cross

One of the many beautiful aspects of Orthodoxy is the rhythm of seasons year after year. As the buds start appearing on the trees and bushes outside, I know it’s time to start thinking about…

“I wish you many years — but not for them to be too happy, because happiness in the world isn’t really so healthy. When a man is too happy in this world, he forgets God and forgets death.” – Elder Paisius May we "remember God more often than [we] breathe." (St. Gregory the Theologian) Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, have mercy upon me a sinner.

A website about current affairs, gossip, lifestyle, sports and many more from Cyprus, Greece and the rest of the World

A prayer book that you can make for kids. They can flip through and remember people to pray for. Could also include icons of their patron saint/family saint, and include prayers from prayer book.

DIY kid’s prayer journal. They can flip through and remember people to pray for. Perfect for a bedtime routine or family morning devotional

Saint Fanourios Cake - Recipe for Fanouropita: An Offering Cake in Honor of Saint Fanourios - Patron Saint of Lost Items

A delicious spiced cake baked as an offering to Saint Fanourios, (fah-NOO-ree-os) the Greek Orthodox patron saint of lost items. Flavored with cinnamon and ground clove, this tasty cake is delicious with coffee or tea.

Healing Wounded Hearts: a unit for K through 5th grade on how to deal with sadness from an Orthodox Christian perspective

Healing Wounded Hearts - a unit to help children deal with sadness from an Orthodox Christian perspective

Nourishing Minimalism: Red Eggs for Greek Easter. We dye our Easter eggs red to represent the blood of Christ.

How to Naturally Dye Eggs crimson red for Pascha: Red Eggs for Greek Easter. We dye our Easter eggs red to represent the blood of Christ.

A great post on traditional Ukrainian Easter eggs, or Pysanky. Activities for both preschool and elementary classrooms, as well as including a complimentary printable for you to enjoy!

Ukraine: A great post on traditional Ukrainian Easter eggs, or Pysanky. Activities for both preschool and elementary classrooms, as well as including a complimentary printable for you to enjoy!

Living Our Faith: “It’s Too Hard For My Kids” - Thoughts & ideas for involving our children in Great Lent

Living Our Faith: “It’s Too Hard For My Kids” - Thoughts & ideas for involving our children in Great Lent

Illumination Learning: Journeying Through Great Lent to Pascha as a Family

Illumination Learning: Journeying Through Great Lent to Pascha as a Family

antique hand carved wooden Orthodox bread seal,stamp

Shop for orthodox bread stamp on Etsy, the place to express your creativity through the buying and selling of handmade and vintage goods.

antique hand carved wooden Orthodox bread seal, stamp, prosphora

Antique hand carved wooden Orthodox bread seal, stamp,for "prosphoron".

Kollyva made on the Holy Mountain.

On the Holy Mountain, abbots of the last 100 years are commemorated, as are priests and monks of the last Kollyva is made for each one.

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