Entries by Fr. John Codis

Weekly Sunday Bulletin-February 14, 2016

Holy Father Auxentius of the Mountain This Saint, who was from the East, lived during the reign of Saint Theodosius the Younger. In 442 he enlisted in the Fourth Military Company of the Scholarii, that is, the Imperial Guard. Afterwards, he became a monk on a certain mountain in Bithynia (which later took his name), […]

Weekly Sunday Bulletin-February 7, 2016

16th Sunday of Matthew Parthenius, Bishop of Lampsacus Saint Parthenius was born in Melitopolis on the Hellespont, the son of a deacon named Christopher. Because of the miracles that he wrought even as a young man, he was ordained a priest and then Bishop of Lampsacus in the days of Saint Constantine the Great, from […]

Weekly Sunday Bulletin January 31, 2016

Parish Council on duty:   Basil Economou, Michael Fossler, George Georgakakis, Marion Koliniatis, Harry Tangalakis   Liturgical Guide   Resurrectional Apolytikion in the Second Mode   When Thou didst descend unto death, O Life Immortal, then didst Thou slay Hades with the lightning of Thy Divinity. And when Thou didst also raise the dead out […]

Weekly Sunday Bulletin-January 24

                            Mother Xenia of Rome Our righteous Mother Xenia of Rome was of a distinguished family. While her parents were preparing to wed her, she stole away secretly, taking two handmaids with her, and departed for Mylasa of Karia in Asia Minor, and there she completed her life in asceticism. She was ordained deaconess by […]

Weekly Sunday Bulletin-January 17

January 17th – Anthony the Great Saint Anthony, the Father of monks, was born in Egypt in 251 of pious parents who departed this life while he was young. On hearing the words of the Gospel: “If thou wilt be perfect, go and sell what thou hast, and give to the poor” (Matt. 19:21), he […]

Weekly Sunday Bulletin – January 10 – Sunday after Theophany

Parish Council on duty:  John Argiropoulos, John Ioannou, Jr., Tony Maiorana, Anna Merkel, Demetri Rapanos, Mark Zaden, Kathy Ziegler     Resurrectional Apolytikion in the Grave Mode Κατέλυσας τῷ Σταυρῷ σου τὸν θάνατον… Thou didst abolish death by Thy Cross; Thou didst open Paradise to the thief; Thou didst transform the myrrh-bearers’ lamentation, and didst […]

Bulletin for Christmas Eve

The Nativity of  Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ Christ is Born! Glorify Him! Listen, Heaven! Give ear, O earth! Let the foundations of the earth be shaken! Let the trembling seize the regions beneath the earth, For our God and Creator has clothed Himself in created flesh; He fashioned all creation, Yet reveals Himself […]