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St. Demetrios is one of the most popular saints of all Orthodoxy and the patron saint of many Orthodox Christians.

St. Demetrios is one of the most popular saints of all Orthodoxy and the patron saint of many Orthodox Christians.

The “Dormition of Our Most Holy Lady, the Theotokos and Ever-Virgin Mary” is the feast of the “falling asleep” (death) of the Theotokos, known as Kimissis.

The “Dormition of Our Most Holy Lady, the Theotokos and Ever-Virgin Mary” is the feast of the “falling asleep” (death) of the Theotokos, known as Kimissis.

St. Markella Martyr of Chios. My patron saint.

St. Markella Martyr of Chios. My patron saint.

Saint George Day is celebrated on April 23 in the Greek Orthodox Church to honor the Saint known for interceding everyone who asks for him with sincerity.

Saint George Day is celebrated on April 23 in the Greek Orthodox Church to honor the Saint known for interceding everyone who asks for him with sincerity.

The Icon of the Resurrection or Anastasis is also known under the name of “The Harrowing of Hades.” There are several renditions of this icon.

The Icon of the Resurrection or Anastasis is also known under the name of “The Harrowing of Hades.” There are several renditions of this icon.

On December 6, those of the Greek Orthodox faith celebrate Saint Nicholas Day honoring Saint Nicholas of Myra, who is known for his generosity.

On December 6, those of the Greek Orthodox faith celebrate Saint Nicholas Day honoring Saint Nicholas of Myra, who is known for his generosity.

Many times we hear the title Apostle thrown around in Church and we might not necessarily know what it means. Some people will say that 11 of the disciples (11, not 12, because Judas the Iscariot h...

Many times we hear the title Apostle thrown around in Church and we might not necessarily know what it means. Some people will say that 11 of the disciples (11, not 12, because Judas the Iscariot h...

Saint John the Baptist, is the cousin of Jesus and highest of the prophets. Greek Orthodox Christians celebrate St. John the Baptist on January 7.

Saint John the Baptist, is the cousin of Jesus and highest of the prophets. Greek Orthodox Christians celebrate St. John the Baptist on January 7.

In Praise of Old Women:  guarding the apostolic deposit of the Faith.

In Praise of Old Women: guarding the apostolic deposit of the Faith.

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