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Read about the life of our patron Saint: Saint George The Holy Triumphant and Great Martyr Hymn to St. George, Tone 4

As the liberator of prisoners,
and the protector of those in poverty, physician of the sick, and defender of ruling kings, O George Triumphant Great Martyr, intercede with Christ our God, that our souls may be saved.

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Summer Schedule - Starts June 15, 2014
Orthos 8:30am
Divine Liturgy 9:30am

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May 24, 2015 - "Christ Returns To The Father”

Have you ever bid goodbye to a loved one? You accompany him to the place of his departure, the train station or the airport, you listen to his final words, and then you gaze until the vehicle bearing the loved one disappears in the distance.

It was like that when Christ bid farewell to His beloved followers. How simply the Scriptures depict His leaving. Jesus led them to a mountain out towards Bethany. This was as far as they could go. The Lord spoke to them for the last time and blessed them. As the apostles listened to the Lord, He was lifted up and a cloud soon embraced Him and took Him out of their sight.

The apostles returned to Jerusalem “with great joy.” There was no mourning at this farewell: There was gladness. The Lord had finished the work He had come to do, He had won the victory over Death, He promised to send them the Spirit, and He gave them instructions for the future. All of this was cause for joy as they made their way back to the “upper room.”

That is the way the Scriptural narratives portray the story of Christ’s Ascension. It is a fitting climax to the earthly life of the Lord. Of course, it was not the end of that life; in fact, it marked the beginning of the Christian Age. Soon the Holy Spirit would come to inspire and transform the apostolic group thereby changing the world forever.

This process continues today. Now WE are involved in it. What better thing is there to do than follow the example of the apostles of the Lord? We can rejoice in the glory of Christ. We can return to our “upper rooms,” our churches and meet together in prayer. We can await the coming of the Holy Spirit who will give us the power for the fulfillment of our tasks. Is this not the way to observe this feast?


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60th Annual Harry Agganis Tournament 2015 CONGRATULATIONS to the Winners!!!

High School Division – St. Nicholas, Flushing, NY
College Division – St. Sophia, Albany, NY
Women’s Open Division – St. George, Lynn
Middle School Division – New Rochelle, NY
It was an exciting tournament with players ranging from 4 years old to 50 years old.
KUDOS to Tournament Director Bill Booras and his committee!!!

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