Tuesday 30 June, 2015

Epistle Reading

The Daily Epistle Reading

Gospel Reading

The Daily Gospel Reading

Saints and Feasts
Synaxis of the Twelve Holy Apostles: Peter, Andrew, James & John the sons of Zebedee, Phillip, Bartholomew, Thomas, Matthew, James the son of Alphaeus, Jude the brother of James, Simon & Matthias

Michael the New Martyr of Athens

News & Events


» Weekly Article - FIFTH SUNDAY OF MATTHEW [English/Arabic] - 6/29/2015 [View]

» Archdiocese News - New website - ORTHODOX AUSTRALIA AND OCEANIA WWW.ORTHODOX.NET.AU [English] - 6/29/2015 [View]

» Weekly Article - THIRD SUNDAY OF MATTHEW [English/Arabic] - 6/17/2015 [View]

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Our Primate

Archbishop's Articles 

» His Eminence on the Epiphany 2009

» Open unto me the doors of repentance [Arabic]

» Preparation For Lent - Sunday of Zacchaeus 

His      Eminence Metropolitan Archbishop Paul Saliba

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Orthodox Faith

The Twelve Great Feasts of the Church

The Church year begins on September the 1st and the ecclesiastical year  is marked by many Feasts.
The greatest of all of these is "The Feast of the Resurrection of Christ" more usually called Pascha or Easter.
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The Feast of the Resurrection of Christ
Pascha (Easter)

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