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ST. EUTHYMIUS THE GREAT

Saint Euthymius the Great came from the city of Melitene in Armenia, near the River Euphrates. His parents, Paul and Dionysia, were pious Christians of noble birth. After many years of marriage they remained childless, and in their sorrow they entreated God to give them offspring. Finally, they had a vision and heard a voice [...]

By |2022-01-20T08:04:34-05:00January 20th, 2022|Weekly Reflection|0 Comments

SOPHIA DIANE WARD REPOSES IN THE LORD

Sophia Diane Ward (nee Maroules), fell asleep in the Lord surrounded with love on January 14, 2022.  She is the beloved wife of Robert Ward, loving  daughter of Harriet Maroules and the late John Maroules. She was the beloved sister of Efrem (Beth) Maroules and Kristina  Cherished sister-in-law of Margaret (Earl) Gamache, Patty Ethridge and [...]

By |2022-01-20T07:55:31-05:00January 20th, 2022|Community News|0 Comments

FEAST OF ST. ANTHONY THE GREAT

Saint Anthony the Great is known as the Father of monasticism, and the long ascetical sermon in The Life of Saint Anthony by Saint Athanasius (Sections 16-34), could be called the first monastic Rule. He was born in Egypt in the village of Coma, near the desert of the Thebaid, in the year 251. His [...]

By |2022-01-17T08:26:07-05:00January 17th, 2022|Weekly Reflection|0 Comments

ST. THEODOSIOS THE GREAT THE CENOBIARCH

Our Holy Father Saint Theodosius the Great lived during the fifth-sixth centuries, and was the founder of cenobitic monasticism. This form of monastic life brings together a group of monks or nuns to live and pray  together, versus the eremitic monastic life (the earliest type) where monks and nuns live solitary lives of prayer, apart [...]

By |2022-01-11T08:08:59-05:00January 11th, 2022|Weekly Reflection|0 Comments