SERBIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH USA & CANADA
Sebastian Press Catalogue
Updated February 11, 2015 12:01 pm (PST) - - - Total Registrations ( 61)
|Name||Last Name||Parish||Registration Status|
|Bishop Atanasije Jevtic||Jevtic||Guest Speaker||Complimentary|
|Hieromonk Porfirije||Porfirije||Guest Accomanying Bishop Atanasije||Complimentary|
|The Right Rev. Dr. Bishop Maxim||Vasiljevic||Western American Dicoese of the Serbian Orthodox Church||Complete|
|Deacon Zoran Aleksic||Aleksic||Western American Dicoese of the Serbian Orthodox Church||Staff|
|Sister Antiona||Antionia||St. Paisius Monastery, Safford, AZ||Complete|
|Rev. Serafim Baltic||Baltic||New Gracanica Monastery, Third Lake, IL||Complete|
|Rev. James Barfiled||Barfiled||St. John the Baptist Church, Reno, NV||Complete|
|Hieromonk Paisius||Bjerke||St. Herman of Alaska Monastery, Platina, CA||Complete|
|Rev. Predrag Bojovic||Bojovic||St. Sava Church, Renton, WA||
The Feast of St. John Chrysostom at St. Sophia Greek Orthodox Church
Your Eminence, beloved brother in the Holy Spirit and co-celebrant of our Modesty, Metropolitan Gerasimos (host of this event), Your Graces, and dear pious assembly of the fullness of the Church.
Today’s sermon is about a Saint, a Prophet, a Patriarch and an Apostle. It is difficult to expose all the significant aspects of the exceptional spiritual personality of the Golden Mouth (the life, literary work and the ecclesiastical ministry of this great Father and Ecumenical Teacher of the Church), of a man who made a unique synthesis of the message of Theology with the mystery of the Church, of an exemplary Apostolic model of ecclesiastical diakonia – from the caves of the desert of Antioch to the Throne of Constantinople, until his death in exile. His radiance affects not only the Ecumenical Throne, or the Orthodox Church, but also all the Christian Churches throughout the world.
THE CANONIZATION OF STS. MARDARIJE AND SEBASTIAN
Save the Date!
LABOR DAY WEEKEND
Friday, September 4th
12:00 Noon DOXOLOGY
1:00 p.m. Clergy Lunch and Seminar
3:00 p.m. Meeting of the Diocesan Council4:00 p.m. ...
Saturday, March 23rd, 2013, San Francisco, California—For the sixth consecutive year, the Canonical Orthodox Bishops of the West Coast gathered to celebrate the Sunday of Orthodoxy. This year the Hierarchs and faithful celebrated the Sunday of Orthodoxy Vesper services at the Los Altos at the Church of the Redeemer.
On the first Sunday in Lent, we commemorate the decision of the Seventh Ecumenical Council in 787 A.D. upholding the use of holy icons in Orthodox worship. We also commemorate today the unity of Orthodox belief and the oneness of our Faith throughout our various jurisdictions, nations and languages and across the continents and the centuries.