St. Ann Melkite Catholic Church
The Feast of the Ascension Thursday, May 18 The Divine Liturgy will be served at 5:30 p.m. This magnificent Latin mosaic dates back to the 12th century at the time of the Crusaders.
The Divine Liturgy makes present the events of salvation history and allows us to participate in the worship of God along with the whole cosmos. In this series, guided by Scripture and saints such as Maximos the Confessor and Symeon of Thessaloniki, we will explore the Church’s mystical interpretation of the Divine Liturgy and how …
For the message of the cross is foolishness to those who are perishing, but to us who are being saved it is the power of God. [1 Cor. 1:18] The Divine Liturgy at 5:30 pm
Perhaps you have wondered about the spirituality that forms our life of prayer and action, that is, our whole life, our inner sense and a way of seeing and knowing. You will want to watch this lecture on Saint Maximos’ work and influence in liturgical spirituality. Offered here is a rich presentation for those of us …
September 1 is the New Year for the Greek Church; the Latin begin their new liturgical year on the first Sunday of Advent. Today, is also designated the Day of Prayer for the Protection of the Environment –an observance of many of the mainline Christians. More on this day of prayer in another post. The …
The Divine Liturgy for the feast of the Dormition of the Mother of God, the Holy Theotokos will be served at 5:30 p.m. on Monday, August 15.
In the Byzantine East, and in other Eastern Christian Churches like the Armenians, Copts, etc. (Catholic and Orthodox), there is no audience…we all stand before God together! Even the Latin Church thinks this way historically but in practice is doing something different except at the Latin Mass. Father David Bibeau gives a fine explanation. https://www.facebook.com/orthodoxtupelo/videos/1246250082777897
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