Synaxarion for the Sunday of the Holy Fathers
On this day, the seventh Sunday of Pascha, we celebrate the First Ecumenical Synod, of the three hundred and eighteen God-bearing Fathers, which took place in Nicæa.
Synaxarion for the Sunday of the Blind Man
On this day, the sixth Sunday of Pascha, we commemorate the miracle wrought by our Lord, God, and Savior Jesus Christ upon the man who was blind from his birth.
Synaxarion for the Sunday of the Samaritan Woman
On this day, the fifth Sunday of Pascha, we commemorate the conversation of the Lord with the Samaritan woman.
Synaxarion for the Sunday of the Paralytic
On this day, the fourth Sunday of Pascha, we commemorate the Paralytic and, as is meet, we celebrate the miracle wrought for him.
Synaxarion for the Sunday of the Myrrhbearers
Synaxarion for the Third Sunday of Pascha.
Holy Week and Pascha. The major themes and meaning of each day
Holy Week and Pascha
The major themes and meaning of each day
Saint Gregory the Dialogist on the Mystery of the Resurrection
It has been my custom, beloved brethren, to speak to you on many of the Gospel readings, by means of a sermon I had already dictated for you.
Why Orthodox Christian Easter is later than the Catholic One
The first factor, the calendar, has to do with the fact that the Christian Orthodox Church continues to follow the Julian calendar when calculating the date of Pascha (Easter).
Why the Orthodox Church celebrates Pascha on different day?
Did you notice that Orthodox Pascha doesn’t usually fall on the same day as everyone else’s? There’s a good reason for this.
Holy Week and Pascha 2014 in Hong Kong
Photos from the solemn celebration of the Holy Week and Pascha in Hong Kong.