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Synaxarion

    What did this man not do for the benefit of the Greek nation! First, the young Christian women…
1. Introduction. A holy anniversary has recently been celebrated in Greece: this past 24th of August marked the passage of…
     Saint Basil the Great (  329 or 330[5 ,  was the Greek bishop of Caesarea Mazaca in Cappadocia,…
  Antigonus and his wife Eupraxia were pious and bestowed generous alms on the destitute. A daughter was born to…
      On the 27th of May we celebrate the memory of a newly-revealed Saint, of Russian background, whose…
Commemorated 22 January   Our Venerable Father Joseph the Sanctified, surnamed Samakos, was born and raised in Crete. He came…
  "The Harlots go into the Kingdom of God before you" On the 8th October our Church honours the memory…
            During the end of the 3rd century AD St. Panteleimon, the Great Doctor and Martyr, was  born.  His father,…
St. John the Baptist (c. 6 BC – c. 36 AD) was an itinerant preacher and a major religious figure…
  Saint Anna (also Ann or Anne, from Hebrew Hannahחַנָּה, meaning "favor" or "grace") of David's house and line, was…