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Divine Liturgy Broadcast

Divine Liturgy Broadcast — Sunday of the Holy Cross

Third Sunday of Lent– The Holy Cross On this Sunday, the third Sunday of Lent, we celebrate the veneration of the honorable and Life-Giving Cross, and…

Mar 15, 2015
Divine Liturgy Broadcast

Divine Liturgy Broadcast – Sunday of Orthodoxy

A feast of joy and gladness is revealed to us today! For the teachings of the true Faith shine forth in all their glory, and the Church of Christ is bright…

Mar 01, 2015
Divine Liturgy Broadcast

Divine Liturgy Broadcast – Forgiveness Sunday – Cheesefare

Before we enter the Lenten fast, we are reminded that there can be no true fast, no genuine repentance, no reconciliation with God, unless we are at the…

Feb 22, 2015
Divine Liturgy Broadcast

Divine Liturgy Broadcast – Meat-Fare Sunday

“It is the aim of the holy Fathers, through bringing to mind that fearful day, to rouse us from the slumber of carelessness unto the work of virtue,…

Feb 15, 2015
Divine Liturgy Broadcast

Divine Liturgy Broadcast – The Prodigal Son

Tone of the week: Tone Two Second Eothinon Reading: Through the parable of today’s Gospel, our Saviour has set forth three things for us: the condition…

Feb 09, 2015
Divine Liturgy Broadcast

Divine Liturgy Broadcast — The Publican and Pharisee

Let us flee from the boasting of the Pharisee and learn through our own sighs of sorrow the humility of the Publican. Let us cry out to the Savior, “Have…

Feb 01, 2015
Divine Liturgy Broadcast

Divine Liturgy — January 18, 2015

Watch the Divine Liturgy as celebrated at St. Demetrios Orthodox Church in Fort Lauderdale, FL. Having met the Savior, therefore, the lepers earnestly…

Jan 18, 2015
Divine Liturgy Broadcast

Divine Liturgy Broadcast (Sunday After Theophany)

Streamed live on Jan 11, 2015 Sunday after Theophany In the running waters of the Jordan River, on this day the Lord of all crieth to John: Be not afraid…

Jan 11, 2015
The Sounding

A Child’s Guide to the Divine Liturgy

There are two kinds of instruction books. One kind is to get the reader to put the book down and DO whatever it is they’re trying to learn as quickly…

Dec 31, 2014
The Sounding

Rachmaninoff’s Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom

Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873 – 1943) is one of the best known Russian composers of the 20th century. His works, especially for piano and orchestra, are…

Dec 09, 2014

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