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The Nativity of Christ on Kiahk 29, January 7: It is preceded by a fast of 43 days. The fast starts on the 16th of Hatour till the 29th of Kiahk, (i.e. 25th of November till the 7th of January).
This Nativity fast period that many call Advent which means “coming”, it is that period of time when we find ourselves waiting for the coming of Jesus Christ.
Christians used to celebrate the birth of Christ once every 33 years, up to the 4th century. Then the fast was practiced every year, for 40 days, and then celebrated
The peace of the Lord Jesus Christ be with you all.
As October 31st draws near, I want to make all uninformed Christians in our Diocese aware of certain traditions celebrated in the United States on this day. The "Halloween" celebration pays tribute to Satan. Every act revolving around Halloween is in honor of false gods. False gods are spirits in the Satanic realm.
"We only do this for fun", some say. "We do not actually practice witchcraft", others repeat. I often wonder how one justifies the celebration of Halloween, the day Satanists have set aside as their "holy day". I am told that children "dress up" as witches, goblins, ghosts and little devils. Let me think about this for a moment, a small child dressed to resemble Satan's darkness…Also, I am told of games played at
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Our martyrs fathers faced martyrdom with joy in spite of their sufferings. Saint Abbo Fam the solider, when he was called for martyrdom, he put on his best clothes and said: ‘This is the day of my joy’.
Why were our Fathers happy for Martyrdom?
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It gives me great pleasure to congratulate you on the occasion of Nayrouse Day.
This feast was assigned by our church to honor and appreciate our fathers martyrs who sacrificed their lives and wealth for the sake of their faith and love for Christ.