Monday, February 19, 2018

St. Ephraim's Prayer in Moldova

* St. Ephraim's Prayer and Our world-wide canonical ROCA: Reading of the First Part of the Great Canon of St. Andrew of Crete, in the Holy Resurrection Men's Monastery in the Chisinau diocese of Moldova-photos

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Dan Everiss

Mon, Feb 19, 2018 at 6:03 PM
Holy Martyr Andrew of Crete


The Prayer of Saint Ephraim the Syrian:

O Lord and Master of my life,
Grant not unto me a spirit of idleness,
of discouragement,
of lust for power,
and of vain speaking.

But bestow upon me, Thy servant,
the spirit of chastity,
of meekness,
of patience,
and of love.

Yea, O Lord and King,
grant that I may perceive
my own transgressions,
and judge not my brother,
for blessed art Thou
unto ages of ages.

In Holy Resurrection Monastery, Moldova


ROCOR: Reading of the Great Canon in the Resurrection Monastery in Moldova (PHOTOS) Автор: Митрополит Агафангел. Author: Metropolitan Agafangel. Дата публикации: Date of publication: 19 февраля 2018 February 19, 2018 . . Категория: РПЦЗ . Category: ROCOR .
Photo of Anfim Basarabeanul.
Вечером, 19 февраля, Преосвященнейший владыка Анфим Бессарабский в Воскресенском мужском монастыре отслужил Великое повечерие с чтением первой части Великого покаянного канона прп.

 On the evening of February 19, His Eminence Vladyka Anfim of Bessarabia, at the Holy Resurrection Monastery, served the Great Compline with the reading of the first part of the Great Penitential Canon of St. Andrew of Crete.

Андрея Критского.
За богослужением молились монахи и прихожане монастырского храма.

During the worship prayers, there were both monks and laity parishioners in the monastery church.

По окончании великопостной молитвы владыка Анфим обратился ко всем собравшимся с назидательным словом.

At the end of the Lenten prayer, Bishop Anfim addressed all who gathered with a cautionary word.
Photo of Anfim Basarabeanul.
Photo of Anfim Basarabeanul.

Метки: рпцз , кишиневская епархия , вознесенский монастырь Tags: rpcz , Chisinau diocese , ascension monastery

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