Eastern Orthodox

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of or relating to or characteristic of the Eastern Orthodox Church

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Memorial contributions may be made to Our Lady of the Angels Church, 1222 Main Street, Worcester, MA01603 or to Holy Trinity Eastern Orthodox Nursing & Rehabilitation Center, 300 Barber Avenue, Worcester, MA 01606.
At the cemetery the priest usually performs the Parastas (Panikhida) - a liturgical observance in honor of the departed which is served in the Eastern Orthodox Church.
After the nursing home closed in 2008, the trustees of the Washburn House awarded its assets to Eastern Orthodox Management, which manages Holy Trinity Nursing Home and Rehabilitation Center on Barber Avenue.
The 130 religious objects created by Canadians include paintings, icons, sculptures, Bibles, stamps, miniatures, models and music which reflect the three great streams of Christianity: Eastern Orthodox, Roman Catholic and Protestant.
They will be celebrating the resurrection of Jesus, which in Eastern Orthodox congregations is observed a week later than in other Christian churches.
The Eastern Orthodox Church dedicates several days, (usually four), throughout the year to the dead, mostly on Saturdays, because of Jesus' resting in the tomb on Saturday.
Harlow) Lazaro, 85, of Worcester, passed away, Monday, April 5, in Holy Trinity Eastern Orthodox Nursing and Rehabilitation Center.
This is the Holy Father's second visit to an Eastern Orthodox country.
While many Southland residents already have tossed out their trees and ended their holiday vacations, tens of thousands of Armenians celebrated Christmas on Tuesday, in keeping with their Eastern Orthodox faith.
Metropolitan Joseph, the head of the Bulgarian Eastern Orthodox Diocese of the USA, Canada, and Australia, has resigned, according to Bulgarian media.
Harlow) Lazaro, 85, of Worcester, passed away, Monday, April 5, 2010 in Holy Trinity Eastern Orthodox Nursing and Rehabilitation Center.
She analyzes it from the perspective of art history, but also as an element in the cultural history of Serbia and the Eastern Orthodox Church.
Telegraph reporter Bruce Johnston had a different catalogue of the ills of the Church: sex and money scandals, inter-Vatican rifts, the widening gap between Rome and Eastern Orthodox leaders, and widespread defections from the Church
Patriarch Bartholomew I, head of the Eastern Orthodox Church, lead thousands in the Divine Liturgy on Sunday and urged young people to hold on to faith as the new century approaches.
The Eastern Orthodox believe that John was the last of the Old Testament prophets, thus serving as a bridge between that period of revelation and the New Covenant.
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