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Today at the end of the Divine Liturgy, on the Second Sunday after Pentecost, when we celebrate All Saints of North America, Fr. Borjan Vitanov anointed our Parishioners with the Holy Myrrh from the Myrrh-streaming Hawaiian – Iveron Icon of the Theotokos which visited our neighboring Parish Church of Christ the Savior, yesterday (June 17th, 2017) during the Pan-orthodox Vespers service in Harrisburg.
After the Divine Liturgy, the President of the Church Board, Mr. Joseph Rahalewich gave small presents to our youngest Parishioners for finishing this years Church School with success, and Fr. Borjan Vitanov a small wooden crosses. We wish them every blessing from God and the Theotokos, and enjoyment in the forthcoming summer.
We would like to inform all our Parishioners on behalf of the Saylor Family and friends, that our brother in Christ, Milo David Saylor, after a long and brave battle with his illness, reposed yesterday (June 13, 2017) at the VA Hospital in Lebanon PA.
The Viewing starts from 8:30 am and the Funeral Service will follow from 9:30 (Saturday June 17, 2017). After the Cemetery Service at the Lebanon Mount Cemetery, the dinner will follow at our Parish Church Hall from 11:45 am.
May God accept his soul into the bosom of Abraham and the righteous ones, and give him memory eternal!
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The Vesper service in our Church on Saturday June 17th, 2017 will transfer to the Parish of Christ the Savior in Harrisburg starting from 5 pm. Our Parishioners are welcomed to venerate this wonder-working Icon of the Theotokos. Most Holy Theotokos save us!
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After the Divine Liturgy our Parish priest, Fr. Borjan Vitanov, served the Parastos service for the Departed.
The Divine Liturgy celebrated in the church of the Ascension of the Lord in Belgrade and a solemn procession through central streets of the City of Belgrade marked Belgrade’s Patronal feast – Ascension of the Lord (photo gallery – Deacon Dragan Tanasijević).
Holy Liturgy was presided over by His Holiness the Serbian Patriarch Irinej with the concelebration of Their Graces Bishop Irinej of Eastern America and Antonije, Vicar Bishop of Moravice. The Bishop Irinej pointed out in his sermon that the Feast of the Ascension was the feast connecting heaven and earth. Continue reading