Entries by Kiki Sergiou

Weekly Sunday Bulletin – September 14th, 2019

  Sunday after the Exaltation of the Holy Cross – September 14, 2019 Nikitas the Great Martyr This Saint was of high birth among the Goths beyond the Danube River. He was taken by Athanaric, pagan ruler of the Goths, and after being tortured, was burned to death for his confession of Christ. According to some, […]

Weekly Sunday Bulletin – September 8th, 2019

  Nativity of the Theotokos – September 8, 2019 The Nativity of Our Most Holy Lady the Theotokos and Ever-Virgin Mary According to the ancient tradition of the Church, the Theotokos was born of barren and aged parents, Joachim and Anna, about the year 16 or 17 before the birth of Christ. Joachim was descended from […]

Weekly Sunday Bulletin – September 1st, 2019

  Beginning of the Ecclesiastical Year – September 1, 2019 Symeon the Stylite Father Symeon was born about the year 390 in Sis, in the mountains of Cilicia and Syria. Having first been a shepherd, he entered the monastic discipline at a young age. After trying various kinds of ascetical practices, he began standing on pillars […]

Weekly Sunday Bulletin – August 25th, 2019

  10th Sunday of Matthew – August 25, 2019 Titus the Apostle of the 70 Saint Titus was a Greek by race, and an idolater. But having believed in Christ through the Apostle Paul, he became Paul’s disciple and follower and labored with him greatly in the preaching of the Gospel. When Paul ordained him Bishop […]

Weekly Sunday Bulletin – August 18th, 2019

  9th Sunday of Matthew – August 18, 2019 Floros & Lauros the Monk-martyrs of Illyria These Martyrs were twin brothers, and stonemasons. After the martyrdom of their teachers Proclus and Maximus, they left Byzantium and came to the city of Ulpiana in Illyricum, where a certain Licinius hired them to build a temple for the […]

Weekly Sunday Bulletin – August 11th, 2019

  8th Sunday of Matthew – August 11, 2019 Euplus the Holy Martyr & Archdeacon of Cantania This Martyr was from Catania in Sicily and contested during the reign of Diocletian. He presented himself of his own accord to Calvisianus the Governor, who put him to exceedingly harsh torments. As Euplus was on the rack, Calvisianus […]

Weekly Sunday Bulletin – August 4th, 2019

Summertime Fun and the Starlight Music Series continue. Friday, August 2.  See details within the bulletin.   7th Sunday of Matthew – August 4, 2019 Eusignius the Martyr of Antioch This Martyr was from Antioch, and had been a soldier from the time of the reign of Constantius Chlorus (the father of Saint Constantine the Great) […]

Weekly Sunday Bulletin – July 28th, 2019

Summertime Fun and the Starlight Music Series continue.  Friday, July 26, Friday, August 2 and Friday, August 9.  See details within the bulletin.   6th Sunday of Matthew – July 28, 2019 Saint Irene, who was from Cappadocia, flourished in the ninth century. Because of her great beauty and virtue, she was brought to Constantinople as […]

Weekly Sunday Bulletin – July 14th, 2019

Support our sister parish of St. George in Hollywood.  Join them this Saturday, July 13, for their second movie in the Summer Dinner and a Movie series, featuring the movie “Little England“! Doors open at 7:30 pm and ticket prices are only $10 a person (free for kids 12 and under).  They’ll be serving fish and chips!  Prior to the movie. […]