Saint George Greek Orthodox Church

Wisdom From Fathers

When you spiritually entered the heavenly gateway, as a disciple of the apostle taken up beyond the third heaven, you were enriched, Dionysius, with understanding of ineffable mysteries and enlightened those walking in the darkness of ignorance! Therefore, we cry out to you: Rejoice, most holy Father!   All-blessed Dionysius, you became a disciple of…

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Martyrs Sophia and her three daughters Faith, Hope and Love

My beloved daughters, the time has now come for you to contend for Christ; the hour has arrived for you to be betrothed unto your immortal Bridegroom. In accordance with your names, may you display firm faith, undoubting hope, and unfeigned and neverfailing love. The hour has come for you to rejoice, for you shall…

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Divine Inspiration

We pray in the Holy Spirit when we are moved by divine inspiration to ask for heavenly help, so that we may receive the good things which we cannot obtain on our own. Bede the Venerable On Jude

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You are to “take my yoke upon you, and learn from me.” You are not learning from me how to refashion the fabric of the world, nor to create all things visible and invisible, nor to work miracles and raise the dead. Rather, you are simply learning of me: “that I am meek and lowly…

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You have been given time on this earth, not eternity. Use the time as those who know that they are setting out from here. St. Ambrose  

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Do not set your heart on what seems good to you, but rather what is pleasing to God when you pray. This will free you from disturbance and leave you occupied with thanksgiving in your prayer. Evagrios the Solitary

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Anxiety !

Since I am always submitted to the Will of God, I cannot be anxious! Mother Gavrilia

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Show love!

Who is it that truly walks in love? The one who, for the salvation of others, contends against sin to the point of shedding blood, so as even to give up his soul for them. That is the one who walks in love, imitating Christ.  St. Jerome: Epistle to the Ephesians 3.5.2  

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Having nailed to the Cross the record of our sins….

The Logos restores human nature to itself. First, He became man and kept His will dispassionate and free from rebellion against nature, so that it did not waver in the slightest from its own natural movement even with regard to those who crucified Him; on the contrary, it chose death for their sake instead of…

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