Entries by Kiki Sergiou

Weekly Sunday Bulletin – January 19th, 2020

12th Sunday of Luke  – January 19, 2020 Macarius the Great of Egypt St. Macarius the Great was from the Thebaid of Egypt, a disciple, as some say, of St. Anthony the Great. He was born about 331 and struggled in asceticism in the desert at Scete. Although young, he was called “the child elder” […]

Weekly Sunday Bulletin – January 12th, 2020

  Sunday after Theophany – January 12, 2020 Tatiana the Martyr of Rome Saint Tatiana was the daughter of a most distinguished consul of Rome. She became a deaconess of the Church, and for her confession of the Faith of Christ, she endured many torments. As she was suffering, angels punished her tormentors with the […]

Weekly Sunday Bulletin – January 5th, 2020

Memory Eternal Dear Sisters and Brothers in Christ, It is with sadness that we are writing to inform you that Mrs. Mary Kumaras fell asleep in the Lord. The viewing will be Saturday, January 4 from 2:30pm-4:30pm with a Trisagion at 3:30pm at Babione-Kraeer Funeral Home 1100 N. Federal Highway, Boca Raton. The funeral and burial will […]

Weekly Sunday Bulletin – December 22nd, 2019

Sunday before the Nativity – December 22, 2019 Anastasia the Great Martyr This Saint, who was from Rome, was a most comely, wealthy, and virtuous maiden, the daughter of Praepextatus and Fausta. It was her mother who instructed her in the Faith of Christ. The Saint was joined to a man named Publius Patricius, who was […]

Weekly Sunday Bulletin – December 15th, 2019

10th Sunday of Luke – December 15, 2019 Eleutherios the Hieromartyr, Bishop of Illyricum, and his mother Anthia This Saint had Rome as his homeland. Having been orphaned of his father from childhood, he was taken by his mother Anthia to Anicetus, the Bishop of Rome (some call him Anencletus, or Anacletus), by whom he was […]

Weekly Sunday Bulletin – December 8th, 2019

10th Sunday of Luke – December 8, 2019 Patapius the Righteous of Thebes This Saint was from the Thebaid of Egypt and struggled many years in the wilderness. He departed for Constantinople, and having performed many miracles and healings, he reposed in peace in a mountain cave on the Gulf of Corinth, where his holy relics […]

Weekly Sunday Bulletin – December 1st, 2019

14th Sunday of Luke – December 1, 2019 Philaret the Merciful of Amnia Saint Philaret a native of Paphlagonia in Asia Minor, was a virtuous Christian layman who lived in lawful wedlock and raised a family. He was most renowned for his generosity to all in need. With the permission of God, in a short space […]