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January 20 2019 Click here

Schedule of Services

Saturday, January 19
The Holy Theophany - Feast of Jordan

10.00 am Divine Liturgy followed by Great Blessing of Water

Sunday, January 20
Synaxis of St. John the Baptist

10.00 am Divine Liturgy

Sunday, January 27
35th Sunday after Pentecost

10.00 am Divine Liturgy

Sunday, Febuary 3
36th Sunday after Pentecost

10.00 am Divine Liturgy

Sunday, Febuary 10
Sunday of Zacchaeus

10.00 am Divine Liturgy

Announcements

ADULT MINISTRIES LECTURE SERIESSunday, January 27, 2019 at 12:30 in the Parish Hall. Speaker: Oksana Shak - Theme: The Way to the Church. See Poster for complete schedule.

JORDAN HOME BLESSINGS - Fr. Volodymyr will begin blessing homes with Holy Water on January 19, 2019. You will be called 3-4 days in advance in order to arrange a time that is convenient for you.

THE COMMUNITY CHRISTMAS LUNCHEON (KUTYA) will take place on Sunday, January 20, 2019 in the Parish Hall after the Divine Liturgy.


ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of the parish will be held on Sunday, February 24, 2019 following the Divine Liturgy.

VISITING SICK - Please note that Fr. Volodymyr is visiting parishioners in hospitals and nursing homes on Wednesdays. If you know of any parishioner or you would like him to visit you, please call him at 514-947-2235 to arrange a time.

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Articles on current feast days


St. Lavrentiy of Chernihiv (1868-1950)
January 19 (which is January 6 on the Julian Calendar), the Feast of Theophany, marks the 68th anniversary of the repose of a Ukrainian saint of modern times, the Venerable Lavrentiy of Chernihiv. During my visit to Chernihiv in the summer of 2006 I had heard of this remarkable man who kept the Faith as a Monk in the some of the most difficult days that the people of Ukraine have ever known. He is much revered in this district of Ukraine which has given the Church many Saints. See article








St. Gregory of Nyssa
On January 23 on the Gregorian Calendar (which is January 10 on the Julian) we celebrate the memory of one of the Cappadocian Fathers, called by some “The Father of Fathers”, St. Gregory of Nyssa. He was part of a remarkable family of godly folk – he was mentored by his elder brother, St. Basil the Great and guided by the example of his mother and his sister, St. Emily and St. Macrina. St. Gregory Nazianzus was his friend. On the same day we also remember St. Theosebia, who St. Nikolai Velimirovic, in his Prologue from Ochrid, says was his wife who died at a young age, which prompted Gregory to join St. Basil and St. Macrina in a monastic life. See article





90th Anniversary of our Parish

HISTORY OF SAINT SOPHIE PARISH See article

ANNIVERSARY BOOKS – are available to be picked up on Sundays from 12:00 – 1:00 pm in the Parish Hall.

Current Photos of Parish Life

2018 Easter Palm Sunday, Good Friday and The Lord's Pascha

2018 Christmas | Kutya

Easter 2017 Palm Sunday | Good Friday | The Lord's Pascha

Cathedral Choral Workshop October 21, 2017

Lecture series at St Sophie's October 22, 2017

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CD in Honour of the Words of Metropolitan Ilarion

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