Sunday, February 18, 2018

from GOC Archimandrite Alexius

Sharing from GOC Archimandrite Alexius in the UK: "A Wolf and an Eagle together"! (much valuable Orthodox information)-

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From: Archimandrite Alexis <theshepherd@me.com>
Sent: Tuesday, February 13, 2018 9:26 AM
To: Archimandrite Alexis
Subject: A Wolf and an Eagle together!
 

Dear-in-Christ, Everyone, bless!

The Wolf:   Tomorrow will be the new month, and so the February issue of the “The Shepherd” is now posted on our website.  The printed version was posted out to our subscribers several days ago and should have arrived by now.  The calendar insert contained in the magazine, with the Saints of the day, the Scriptural readings, fasting guidelines and notices of the services at the Brotherhood, is also now on our website: <www.saintedwardbrotherhood.org>
An Orthodox Christian monastery in Brookwood, Surrey, UK. The relics of the King of England, Saint Edward the Martyr are venerated in the Shrine Church.



The Eagle: Also, parishioner Anthony Bell has prepared the attachment below, which contains the complete Old Testament readings for Lent through to Holy Saturday Vespers.  This replaces the previous PDF we circulated for Cheesefare Week. Producing this, must have been a labour of love, so we hope that you will use it, even if (or rather, especially if) you are unable to get to the church services themselves.

May our Saviour guide you through the course of the fast, and may you all struggle so that you do not spend it pointlessly.

Pray for us at the Brotherhood,

In the love of Christ Jesus,

Fr Alexis, sinner





Lenten Readings from LXX.pdf
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