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Diocese of the Midwest Releases New APP

CHICAGO, IL [DOM] – The Diocese of the Midwest is launching a new centralized communication platform for the diocese bringing the information and resources conveniently …

The Faithful of Cleveland Gather for Sanctity of Life Service

BROADVIEW HEIGHTS, OH [DOM] – On the evening of January 22, Cleveland’s annual Pan-Orthodox Sanctity of Life Service was held at Holy Archangel Michael Church …

Archbishop Celebrates Anniversary at Diocesan Cathedral

CHICAGO, IL [DOM] – On January 24, the feast of St. Xenia of St. Petersburg, His Eminence Archbishop Daniel of Chicago and the Diocese of …

Many Years! His Eminence Celebrates Eight Years of Episcopal Ministry

CHICAGO, IL [DOM] – The clergy, monastics, and faithful of the Diocese of the Midwest congratulate His Eminence Archbishop Daniel on the commemoration of his …

Archbishop Daniel Visits the Diocese of New York and New Jersey

GLEN GARDNER, NJ [DOM] – On the Saturday January 28, His Eminence Archbishop Daniel of Chicago and the Diocese of the Midwest traveled to the …

The Faithful of Cleveland Gather for Sanctity of Life Service

BROADVIEW HEIGHTS, OH [DOM] – On the evening of January 22, Cleveland’s annual Pan-Orthodox Sanctity of Life Service was held at Holy Archangel Michael Church …

In Memoriam: His Grace Bishop Tikhon (Fitzgerald)

LOS ANGELES, CA [OCA] – In the early morning hours of Sunday, January 22, 2023, His Grace, Bishop Tikhon (Fitzgerald), retired Bishop of San Francisco, …

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Venerable Ephraim the Syrian (373). Venerable Theodosius, abbot, of Totma (Vologda) (1568). St. Theodore confessor, priest (1933). New Hieromartyrs Ignatius bishop of Skopinsk, Vladimir priest and Hieromartyr Bartholomeus, Virgin-martyr Olga (1938). Venerable Leontius, confessor (1972). Venerable Ephraim, abbot, wonderworker of Novotorzhok (1053). Venerable Ephraim, bishop of Pereyaslavl (Kiev Caves) (1098). Venerable Palladius the Hermit of Antioch (4th c.). Venerable Isaac the Syrian, bishop of Nineveh (ascetic writer) (7th c.). "Sumorin Totma" Icon of the Mother of God (16th c.).
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