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The Universal Exaltation of the Honourable and Lifegiving Cross of the Lord26 September 18:00 All Night Vigil with Litia and Elevation of the Cross27 September - No serviceВоздвижение Честного и Животворящего Креста Господня.26 сентября 18:00 Ввенощное Бдение с литией и Воздвижением Креста27 сентября - службы нет ... See MoreSee Less
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NEW YORK: 23 September 2022Bishop George of Canberra appointed Ruling Bishop of the Diocese of Australia and New ZealandOn Wednesday, 21 September, 2022, the Council of Bishops of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia, during deliberations on the expansion of the episcopacy and clergy, appointed His Grace Bishop George of Canberra Ruling Bishop of the Diocese of Australia and New Zealand with the title "of Sydney, Australia and New Zealand.НЬЮ-ЙОРК: 23 сентября 2022 г.Епископ Канберрский Георгий назначен правящим архиереем Австралийско-Новозеландской епархииЗавершившийся в среду, 21 сентября, Архиерейский Собор Русской Зарубежной Церкви, в ходе обсуждения вопросов связанных с пополнением епископата и клира, определил назначить Преосвященного епископа Канберрского Георгия правящим архиереем Австралийско-Новозеландской епархии с титулом «Сиднейский и Австралийско-Новозеландский». ... See MoreSee Less
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THE NATIVITY OF OUR MOST HOLY LADY THE THEOTOKOS AND EVER-VIRGIN MARY.20-09-22 Tue 18:00 “All Night” Vigil with Litia21-09-22 Wed 08:00 Divine LiturgyРОЖДЕСТВО ПРЕСВЯТОЙ БОГОРОДИЦЫ.20-09-22 Втор 18:00 Всенощное Бдение c литией21-09-22 Сред 08:00 Божественная Литургия ... See MoreSee Less
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NEW YORK: 17 September 2022Bishop Nicholas, the newly-elected Primate of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia, is elevated to the rank of MetropolitanOn Saturday, 17 September, 2022, at the end of all-night vigil at the Synodal Cathedral of Our Lady “of the Sign” in New York, His Grace Bishop Nicholas of Manhattan, newly-elected First Hierarch of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia, emerged through the Royal Doors to the ambo in his black klobuk and common episcopal mantle. His Eminence Metropolitan Mark of Berlin and German and His Eminence Archbishop Kyrill of San Francisco and Western America then endowed the blue mantle and white klobuk to him, which he donned with the aid of attending subdeacons.During the vesting, Metropolitan Mark exclaimed “Axios” (“he is worthy”), which was repeated by the present archpastors, which was repeated by the choir. The new Metropolitan Nicholas then blessed the clergy and congregation.On Sunday, 18 September, during Divine Liturgy at the Synodal Cathedral, the enthronement of His Eminence Metropolitan Nicholas of Eastern American and New York will take place, elected by the Council of Bishops of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia as its First Hierarch. НЬЮ-ЙОРК: 17 сентября 2022 г.Епископ Николай, новоизбранный Первоиерарх Русской Зарубежной Церкви, возведен в сан митрополитаВ субботу, 17 сентября, по окончании Всенощного бдения в Знаменском соборе г. Нью-Йорка Преосвященный епископ Николай, новоизбранный Первоиерарх Русской Зарубежной Церкви, вышел через царские врата на амвон в черном клобуке и обыкновенной архиерейской мантии. Затем митрополит Берлинский и Германский Марк и архиепископ Сан-Францисский и Западно-Американский Кирилл преподнесли избраннику голубую матнию и белый клобук, который возложил на себя сам при помощи иподиаконов. Во время облачения в голубую мантию и возложения белого клобука Высокопреосвященнейший Марк возгласил «Аксиос», которое спели сначала архипастыри и клир, а потом и хор. После сего митрополит преподал благословение клиру и народу.В воскресенье, 18 сентября, во время Божественной литургии в Знаменском соборе совершится Настолование Высокопреосвященнейшего митрополита Восточно-Американского и Нью-Йоркского Николая, избранного Архиерейским Собором Первоиерархом Русской Зарубежной Церкви. ... See MoreSee Less
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  1. Good afternoon.

    I have been attending a baptist church for some time, trying to understand more about Christianity and develop my understanding of myself. The church I have been attending is about an hours drive away and it’s less about the church as it is about an opinion of non ordained bible readers.

    I am currently trying to learn more about the path of Christianity and have some friends who are both Catholics and orthodox. From my understanding those two churches are the only two that were founded by christ himself and not by men.

    After lengthy chats with my friends I have decided to attend some catholic masses on a Sunday and would like to know more about orthodoxy since I am very unfamiliar with the practices and procedures. Are there any resources I could read or watch to gain a better understanding of orthodoxy? Do i need to have a russian ancestry to attend? Or do you have times I could come in and ask about it?

    Thanks for your time.

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