Month: June 2013

On Same-Sex “Marriage” and the Orthodox Church

By Fr. Andrew Harmon “Over the last few years I have been asked many times about same-sex marriage. Especially in the last few months, as this issue has become so big, the question repeatedly comes: “What does the Eastern Orthodox Church say about this matter?” Some denominations will now perform such ceremonies. Within some denominations, […]

Parish Bulletin – June 16, 2013

SEVENTH SUNDAY AFTER PASCHA  FATHERS OF THE FIRST ECUMENICAL COUNCIL TONE 6 Acts 20:16-18, 28-36 John 17:1-13 Choir Director: Veronika Welcome We welcome you to the Orthodox Church. Please feel at ease and free to participate in the singing. As a visitor you are welcome to come forward at the conclusion of the Divine Liturgy and […]

St. Eskil of Tuna

Today, June 11, the Church celebrates the memory of St. Eskil of Tuna, the Apostle of Södermanland.  Eskil was one of the many missionaries who came to Sweden and Scandinavia from England in the mid 1000’s. He was a monk and was ordained a bishop in order to establish churches with full hierarchical authority – […]

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