It was a what we call a "crisp" night for the procession on Pascha 2023, with just enough chill in the air to make the moms shiver and the priests give extra thanks at not being so hot in all those extra vestments. Protodeacon Steven noted at the following day's picnic that he was proud of the grit shown by the altar servers, at least 4 of whom were under the age of 10 and who vigilants and attentive right through end of the 4 1/2-hour service. Many thanks to Subdeacon Vladimir Grigorenko for capturing these lovely candlelit moments of St. Seraphim Cathedral's paschal procession and Divine LIturgy.
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The Holy Mysteries are at the very center of our life in the Church. Metropolitan Kallistos Ware states that, in the mysteries, “the Church takes material things—water, bread, wine, oil—and makes them a vehicle of the Holy Spirit.”
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Images include scenes from our parish's weekly fellowship & coffee hour, feastday preparations, and celebrations of Baptism, Divine Liturgy, Holy Eucharist, Pascha (candlelight procession), and Nativity.
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