St. Peter & St. Paul
Ukrainian Orthodox Church
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Pray Without Ceasing! Please pray for everyone!
A Prayer for the healers!
Prayer for the Sick

Heavenly Father, Who sent Your only-begotten Son, our Lord Jesus Christ, to be the Physician of our souls and bodies, Who cme to heal sickness and infirmity, Who healed the paralytic, and brought back to life the daughter of Jairus, Who healed the woman who had been sick for twelve years by the mere touch of the hem of your robe, visit and heal also your beloved servants:    {insert name(s)}  by the power and grace of You Christ.  Grant them the patience that comes from believing that You are always at work in our lives to bring good out of evil.  Grant them strength of body, mind and soul.  Raise them up from the bed of pain.  Grant them full recovery.  May they experience the  same surge of healing power flow through their bodies, s did the sick woman who touched you robe.  For we, too, are touching your robe today,dear Lord, through this our prayer.  We approach you with the same faith she did.  Grant them the gift of health.  For you alone are the source of healing and to You we offer glory, praise and thanksgiving in the name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit.  Amen.

Prayer from September 11th Service

"Lord God, Lover of Mankind, Bless our God protected nation, the United States of America, and forgive those who hate and wrong us, We will never forget!  Memory Eternal!"

By coming together in our parish communities and holding Memorial Prayer services to honor those lost and who have their lives 18 years ago, we renew our strength to move forward in the face of both old and new challenges, and we come together to uphold the values that have defined our country and our people that we share with the people of this planet.

from services on September 11, 2019

 



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Martyr Callistratus and 49 companions
Martyr Callistratus and 49 companions

Saint Callistratus was a native of Carthage. An ancestor of Saint Callistratus, Neochorus, had served under the emperor Tiberius in Palestine, under the command of Pontius Pilate, the procurator of Judea, and was a witness to the suffering on the Cross of our Lord Jesus Christ, His voluntary death…

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Venerable Sabbatius, Wonderworker of Solovki
Venerable Sabbatius, Wonderworker of Solovki

Saint Sabbatius of Solovki came to the Saint Cyril of White Lake monastery in the year 1396, where he received the monastic tonsure. He there pursued asceticism for a long time, unquestioningly fulfilling all obediences. His humility, gentle love towards the brethren and his strict life…

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Apostle Mark of the Seventy
Apostle Mark of the Seventy

The Holy Apostle Mark of the Seventy, also named John, is mentioned by the holy Apostle and Evangelist Luke in the Acts of the Apostles (Acts 12:25, 15:37-39) and also by the holy Apostle Paul in both the Epistle to the Colossians (Col 4:10) and the Epistle to Philemon (Philemon 1:23). The holy…

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Apostle Aristarchus of the Seventy
Apostle Aristarchus of the Seventy

Saint Aristarchus was one of the Seventy Apostles, whom the Lord Jesus Christ sent to proclaim the good news of the Gospel (Luke. 10:1-24). Saint Aristarchus, a co-worker of the holy Apostle Paul, became bishop of the Syrian city of Apamea. His name is repeatedly mentioned in the Acts of the Holy…

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Apostle Zenas of the Seventy

The Holy Apostle Zenas of the Seventy, a disciple and co-worker with the first-ranked Apostle Paul, was called a lawyer, since he was a learned man and led juridical matters in church courts. He is mentioned in the Epistle of the holy Apostle Paul to Titus (Titus 3:13): “Help Zenas the lawyer…

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Martyr Epicharis of Rome
Martyr Epicharis of Rome

The Holy Martyr Epicharis lived in Rome during the reign of Diocletian (284-305). For her steadfast confession of Christ as Savior they subjected her to tortures: they suspended her and tore at her body with iron hooks, and then they beat at her with tin threshing rakes. The holy martyr prayed, and…

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Venerable Ignatius, Abbot in Asia Minor

Saint Ignatius lived during the tenth century in Cappadocia, and from his youth he was dedicated by his parents to God. Upon attaining the age of maturity, he accepted monasticism and soon was ordained to the holy priesthood. Later, Saint Ignatius was made igumen of a monastery of the Savior,…

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Saint Flavian, Archbishop of Antioch

Saint Flavian, Archbishop of Antioch, was a contemporary of Saint John Chrysostom. He attempted to obtain from the emperor Theodosius (379-395) a pardon for the citizens of Antioch, who had angered the emperor by destroying his statue. Saint Flavian’s death was peaceful and without illness.…

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New Martyr Aquilina

Saint Aquilina (Akylina), the virgin martyr of Christ, was the daughter of pious parents who lived in the village of Zagliberi, Thessalonica in the diocese of Saint Ardamerios. One day her father quarreled with a Turkish neighbor (for Turks and Christians lived together in that village), and…

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Saint Anthimus the Georgian
Saint Anthimus the Georgian

Saint Anthimus was born in Georgia, and his parents were called John and Mary. The child received the name Andrew in Baptism, and his parents raised him as an Orthodox Christian. Andrew was captured by Turks who invaded Georgia when he was young, and he was one of many who were made slaves in…

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