The program of the Holy Liturgy
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For questions about Holy Sacramentss (baptisms, weddings, confessions, communions), funerals or other special occasions, please contact the parish priest directly at 0779874164 or 0764303570.
The current situation
Let us show that we understand what happened, but most importantly, we know that Christ is with us, no matter what! So help us God.
"The one who loves his enemies will soon know the Lord through the Holy Spirit, but the one who does not love them, I do not want to write, but I weep for him because he torments himself and others and does not know the Lord" St. Siluan from Holy Mountain.
Current health protection requirements when attending church
Stay at home if you are sick, coughing or have symptoms of illness.
Comply with current regulations regarding medical prevention, and pay attention to the presence of children under the age of 7 who cannot occupy a permanent place during service and may be less than 2m away from other participants!
Sign and follow with full responsibility the prevention regulations issued by the owner of the premises we rent.
Make a telephone appointment with the Church Secretariat to attend the service at least 24 hours in advance. Parishioners who register first will have priority.
Register by telephone numbers 0764303570 or 0779874164.
If we do not feel pain during prayer, then something is wrong. It means we have to repent and correct ourselves in something. Some wrongly say that this happens because of the envy of the devil. In fact it is the Lord is saying to us, “I don’t understand the way you are addressing Me”. Prayer, just like Holy Communion - is a Sacrament. One has to prepare for it and have a clean conscience.
We should not seek pleasure in prayer, not even spiritual pleasure. Otherwise, we become like the kind of children that love their father only because he gives them caramels and chocolates. The peace of our souls is what should be sought in prayer.
The person who has real humility is the one that immediately forgets the good deeds he does, while any good done to him (even the most insignificant) he considers enormous and experiences a feeling of gratefulness for it.
St. Paisios the Hagiorite