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Remembering Metropolitan Leonty, an Archpastor of the Midwest

CHICAGO, IL [DOM] – May 14, marked the marks the 59th anniversary of the repose of Metropolitan Leonty (Turkevich).  He dedicated nearly 60 years of …

Admissions Season 2024 Closing Soon—Apply for D.Min. 2027 Cohort, Masters Programs

YONKERS, NY [SVS] – Apply for the Doctor of Ministry (D.Min.) at St Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary! In order to accommodate Holy Week and Pascha, the …

Christ is Risen! Archbishop Celebrates Feasts of Feasts

CHICAGO, IL [DOM] – On the great and saving day of the Resurrection of the Lord, Pascha, May 5, His Eminence Archbishop Daniel of Chicago …

Return of the Tikhvin Icon of the Mother of God

20th Anniversary Celebration
Christ is Risen! Archbishop Celebrates Feasts of Feasts

CHICAGO, IL [DOM] – On the great and saving day of the Resurrection of the Lord, Pascha, May 5, His Eminence Archbishop Daniel of Chicago …

In Memoriam: Bishop Matthias (Moriak)

CHICAGO, IL [DOM] – His Eminence, Archbishop Daniel, has received word that Bishop Matthias (Moriak), retired Bishop of the Diocese of Chicago and the Midwest, …

Matushka Olga of Alaska

The road to canonization.

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Synaxis of New Martyrs of Butovo (movable holiday on the Saturday after the Pascha). Hieromartyr Patrick, bishop of Prusa, and his companions: Presbyters Acacius, Menander, and Polyenus (362). Venerable Cornelius, abbot of Komel (Vologda) (1537). Right-believing Prince Demetrius Donskoy (1389) and Venerable Euphrosyne (Princess Eudocia) of Moscow (1407). New Hieromartyr Matthias priest (1919). New Hieromartyr Victor (1937). New Hieromartyrs Onuphrius, archbishop of Kursk; Anthony, bishop of Belgorod, and with him priests Metrophan, Alexander, Michael, Matthew, Hippolytus, Nicholas, Basil, Nicholas, Maxim, Alexander, Paul, and Paul, and Martyrs Michael and George (1938). New Hieromartyr Onuphrius, archbishop of Kursk (1938). New Hieromartyr Valentine (1940). Venerable Cornelius, abbot of Paleostrov and Valaam (1420). St. John, prince of Uglich, tonsured as Ignatius (Vologda) (1522). Venerable Sergius, monk, of Shukhtom (1609). Martyr Acoluthus of the Thebaid (284-305). Venerable John, bishop of the Goths in Crimea (787
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