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Apolytikion in the Fourth Tone  ~  "O Father Anthony, you imitated the zealous Elijah. You followed the straight paths of the Baptist and became a desert dweller. By prayer you confirmed the universe. Wherefore, intercede with Christ our God to save our souls." 

Kontakion in the Second Tone  ~  "Forsaking the uproars of life O venerable one, you completed your life in quiet, fully imitating the Baptist. Therefore, we honor you with him, O Anthony, Father of Fathers."


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Posted by Father Nicholas on Monday, 28 April 2014
Sin and Confession

We are created for God, and only in Him do we find the paramount bliss for which our heart is constantly yearning. 

Nothing other than God can make our souls happy..!  Give a man everything which he desires. He will enjoy it for a while, but afterwards he will become indifferent to it, because he feels that something else, much more elevated, is missing. Is not in that way that the child, too, enjoys every new toy until he/she grows hungry..? 

Then he/she abandons the toy and looks for food... 

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Posted by Father Nicholas on Saturday, 12 April 2014
Palm Sunday

Click here to view some beautiful images of Palm Sunday at St. Anthony Church

The Saturday of Lazarus from the liturgical point of view is the pre-feast of Palm Sunday - the Entrance of Our Lord into Jerusalem. Both feasts have a common theme; triumph and victory. Saturday reveals the Enemy, which is Death. Palm Sunday announces the meaning of victory as the triumph of the Kingdom of God. Palm Sunday announces the acceptance by the world of its only King, Jesus Christ.


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Posted by Father Nicholas on Sunday, 06 April 2014
Saint Mary of Egypt

Saint Mary of Egypt 
Our Holy Mother  
Memory celebrated 1 April and 5th Sunday of Great Lent 

One of the most celebrated (and discussed) saints in the Orthodox pantheon, Mary of Egypt has a long history. Scholars attribute the earliest known version of her legend to Sophronios, Patriarch of Jerusalem (+ 639 A.D.). 

Written first in Greek, it appeared later in Latin, French, Spanish, Dutch, Portuguese, Italian, German, Norwegian, English, Armenian, Ethiopian, Syrian and Ukrainian translations. Immensely popular throughout the Middle Ages, both in the East and West, the haunting figure of Mary of Egypt is known also in modem literature.

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Posted by Father Nicholas on Sunday, 30 March 2014
A Discourse in Iconography

Iconography began on the day our Lord Jesus Christ pressed a cloth to His face and imprinted His divine-human image thereon. According to tradition, Luke the Evangelist painted the image of the Mother of God; and, also according to tradition, there still exist today many Icons which were painted by him. 

An artist, he painted not only the first Icons of the Mother of God, but also those of the holy Apostles Peter and Paul and, possibly, others which have not come down to us.

 

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