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Description of a common Orthodox icon of the Apostles. Pentecost is considered the birth of the Christian church. The Apostles' Creed summarizes their teachings which we inherit.

Description of a common Orthodox icon of the Apostles. Pentecost is considered the birth of the Christian church. The Apostles' Creed summarizes their teachings which we inherit.

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Why we have green and trees for Pentecost - from Fr.Stephen's Glory to God for All Things blog.

The Trees of Pentecost

Why we have green and trees for Pentecost - from Fr.Stephen's Glory to God for All Things blog.

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Enjoy facts and folklore unearthed from 225 years of The Old Farmer’s Almanac. Find more wit and wisdom in our special anniversary issue—look inside The 2017 Old Farmer's Almanac.

The Soul After Death: Contemporary ""After-Death"" Experiences in the Light of the Orthodox Teaching on the Afterlife

The Soul After Death: Contemporary ""After-Death"" Experiences in the Light of the Orthodox Teaching on the Afterlife

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Charming the Birds from the Trees: Festal Learning Basket: Saints Peter and Paul.

Tomorrow we commemorate Saint Nicholas the Wonderworker. This is an Orthodox icon from Greece showing the Saint while he’s saving those who are in sea and are in danger. Saint Nicholas, please pray for us!

Tomorrow we commemorate Saint Nicholas the Wonderworker. This is an Orthodox icon from Greece showing the Saint while he’s saving those who are in sea and are in danger. Saint Nicholas, please pray.

On the Saturday before Holy Week, the Orthodox Church commemorates a major feast of the year, the miracle of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ when he raised Lazarus from the dead after he had lain in the grave four days.  Learn more by visiting: http://lent.goarch.org/saturday_of_lazarus/learn

On the Saturday before Holy Week, the Orthodox Church commemorates a major feast of the year, the miracle of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ when he raised Lazarus from the dead after he had lain in the grave four days. Learn more by visiting: http://lent.goarch.org/saturday_of_lazarus/learn

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the Day of the Dead—is a lively Mexican holiday that draws on indigenous and European traditions.

Day Thirteen: Eucharist | Nearly Orthodox "I could toss around the word, “transubstantiation” all day long. The word clung to me for years as I wandered from my Catholic upbringing."

Day Thirteen: Eucharist

Pray4Us2day #Saint Ambrose (Dec. 7) - Archbishop and one the original Doctors of the Church.

San Ambrogio, Ambrose Of Milan, Bishop of Milan possibly a portrait