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Clean Monday.  Eastern Orthodox churches do not observe Ash Wednesday, but instead mark the beginning of Lent with Clean Monday.   http://farmersmarketonline.com/holiday/AshWednesday.html

Clean Monday. Eastern Orthodox churches do not observe Ash Wednesday, but instead mark the beginning of Lent with Clean Monday. http://farmersmarketonline.com/holiday/AshWednesday.html

Bread called Lagana, only to be eaten once a year, 40 days before Greek Orthodox Easter. That day is called Clean Monday or Pure Monday and people don't eat meat.

Bread called Lagana, only to be eaten once a year, 40 days before Greek Orthodox Easter. That day is called Clean Monday or Pure Monday and people don't eat meat.

Can you believe it is time for Great Lent already?  We just celebrated the Sunday of The Prodigal Son, which is the second Sunday of the Triodion! I swear Christmas was just last week! Soon we&#821…

Can you believe it is time for Great Lent already? We just celebrated the Sunday of The Prodigal Son, which is the second Sunday of the Triodion! I swear Christmas was just last week! Soon we&#821…

The Prayer of Saint Ephraim the Syrian (from a good friend's church!)    Bridegroom Matins of Holy Monday     Holy Cross Orthodox Church, High Point, North Carolina

The Prayer of Saint Ephraim the Syrian (from a good friend's church!) Bridegroom Matins of Holy Monday Holy Cross Orthodox Church, High Point, North Carolina

Fasting during Lent. One of many great quotes in this video....."What good is fasting from meat if we devour our neighbor."

Fasting during Lent. One of many great quotes in this video....."What good is fasting from meat if we devour our neighbor."

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