• May2020

    Romans 1

    May 16, 2020

    This week we discussed overview of the Epistle to the Romans

  • Romans 2 – Part 1

    May 16, 2020

    Watch Fr. Gregory’s Discussion on Romans 2 Part 1

  • Romans 2 – Part 2

    May 16, 2020

    This week we discussed Romans 2 of the Epistle to the Romans

  • + Christ is Risen! Truly He is Risen!           “An angel went down to the Three Holy Children while they were in fiery furnace  Let us now go down with them who are in the furnace of poverty, and by almsgiving let us make a “dewy air,”...

  • +   Readings & Sermon: Thomas Sunday: (5/9/21) Doubt – Thomas Sunday (Sermon by Fr. Gregory) Church Announcements Liturgy Registration System To register for Sunday Liturgies please use this link: Liturgy Registration. 20th Anniversary Celebration: Saturday, May 15th: Vespers and Veneration for the Three Holy Youth (7:00-8:30pm) – Sermon by...

  •   Yesterday I was crucified with Him; today I am glorified with Him. Yesterday I died with Him; today I am made alive with Him. Yesterday I was buried with Him; today I am raised up with Him. Let us offer to Him Who suffered and rose again for us...

  • Apr2021

    Weekly Newsletter | May 3

    April 26, 2021

    Yesterday I was crucified with Him; today I am glorified with Him. Yesterday I died with Him; today I am made alive with Him. Yesterday I was buried with Him; today I am raised up with Him. Let us offer to Him Who suffered and rose again for us …...

  • Here is another difficulty. Was it not possible that the glory of God be shown without this man’s punishment [of blindness]. Certainly, it was possible for God’s glory to be shown without the man being blind. Yet we read, “that God’s glory should be revealed in this man.” One might...

  • + Here is another difficulty. Was it not possible that the glory of God be shown without this man’s punishment [of blindness]. Certainly, it was possible for God’s glory to be shown without the man being blind. Yet we read, “that God’s glory should be revealed in this man.” One...

  • + The first cause of human perdition occurred when a serpent was sent by the devil to a woman who was to be deceived by the spirit of pride. Moreover, the devil himself came in the serpent, who, once he had deceived our first parents, stripped humankind of the glory...