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Remembering Archbishop Paul: Why?

Why? Archpriest Timothy Sawchak I first met Paul Gassios in the fall of 1991. I was starting my second year at St. Vladimir Seminary and …

Remembering Archbishop Paul: “Lord, how we Loved our Dear Friend and Spiritual Shepherd”

Lord, how we Loved our Dear Friend and Spiritual Shepherd Archpriest Daniel Rentel The Archbishop, then known as Paul Gassios, first became known to my …

Orthodoxy Psychotherapy — the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

2021 NATIVITY MESSAGE OF ARCHBISHOP PAUL

2021 NATIVITY MESSAGE OF ARCHBISHOP PAUL Beloved Clergy, Monastics, and Faithful of the Diocese of the Midwest: Christ is Born! — Glorify Him! Man was …

“Ups & Downs in Prayer”

A reflection on Prayer by Diocesan Chancellor, Archpriest Paul Jannakos Prayer is the most needful and natural of all human abilities, more natural to us than …

An Epistle of Love: The Words of the Late Archpriest Sergei Glagolev

BURBANK,IL [DOM Communications] – On Wednesday, September 1, 2021, Archpriest Sergei Glagolev reposed in the Lord at the venerable age of 93. Fr. Sergei, who …

Reflection: “The Spirit of the Lord is upon me … to proclaim the acceptable year of the Lord.”

“The Spirit of the Lord is upon me … to proclaim the acceptable year of the Lord.” (LK. 4:18-19) The beginning of the Church New …

2021 PASCHAL MESSAGE FROM HIS EMINENCE ARCHBISHOP PAUL

2021 PASCHAL MESSAGE FROM HIS EMINENCE ARCHBISHOP PAUL The women, bearing spices, ran in tears to the tomb, while the soldiers kept their watch over …

Lenten Meditations: Week Six

The Office of Communications of the Diocese of the Midwest is pleased to announce that we will be offering weekly reflections during this holy season …

Lenten Meditations: Week Five

The Office of Communications of the Diocese of the Midwest is pleased to announce that we will be offering weekly reflections during this holy season …

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