St. Philip's Fast
Грудень - місяць опіки людьми з інвалідністю
Christmas Ornaments for the Consistory
Charitable Journey to the Feast of the Nativity of our Lord
Annual CHRISTMAS at the SEMINARY
St. Sophia Seminary Graduation
Offices of Ministry
Virtual Tour of the Metropolia Center

Pastoral Reflections
How to understand suffering - 12/05/19

There are several passages in the New Testament where we hear of the people suffering for an incomprehensibly long period of time - in fact three of them are part of the regular cycle of readings which are taken on Sunday, including the 'Man Born Blind', the 'Woman with the Hemorrhage' (38 years) and today's story of the woman made infirm by a demonic spirit for eighteen years.

What Happens When I See Chronic Suffering?


Stand Up Straight! - 12/05/19

Our life gets bent over by the weight and strain of all the difficulties that we carry. We get bent over emotionally by the pressures of work and the strain of financial problems, by the worries of caring for our families, loved ones, and friends. Every day in our life we face weakness, and we must turn to Jesus for help and strength. He is always waiting for us. Although, sometimes it feels that He is not listening to our prayers, and we don’t get what we want, but God knows what we need and when we need it. We just need to keep praying and trusting God.


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