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In Need of Your Prayers

St. Panteleimon pray to God  for us.
St. Panteleimon pray to God for us.
St. Panteleimon pray to God for us.

                                  


Please pray for the health of:

  • Susan
  • Nina
  • Rosemary
  • Archbishop Lazar
  • Marcus Godhigh
  • Alexander Drobish (child)
  • Martha
  • Christina
  • Matthew (child)
  • Fr. Stephen Siniari
  • Aime Barrios Doval
  • Fr. Ernesto Rios
  • Fr. John Maxwell
  • Frank
  • Nadia (infant)
  • Olga (Murianka) Oprouseck
  • Anna Freeman
  • Semele Heller
  • Katherine Halkides
  • Matushka Sissy Yerger
  • Fr. Paul Yerger

 

For the Departed

CHRIST IS RISEN!  He has slain death!
CHRIST IS RISEN! He has slain death!
CHRIST IS RISEN! He has slain death!

 

Please pray for the soul of the newly departed:

  • Metropolitan Nicholas of Amissos
  • Stephan Sarenac
  • Matushka Olga (Hubiak) Kovach
  • Nicholas Padlo
  • George Watach
  • Lillian Watach
  • Vladimir Padlo
  • Jonathan Timko
  • Helen Chaykovsky
  • Leo Aad
  • Archbishop Dmitri (Royster)
  • Taissa (Terri) Drobish
  • Patricia Schmitz
  • Fr. Theodore Soroka
  • Mat. Sophia Soroka,departed (7/1/12)
  • Barbara, (Keivan's mother)  departed 10/21/12
  • Fr. Michael Mihalick
  • Esperanza Sarenac
  • Fr. Jacob Myers
  • Kathleen Aad  departed March 22, 2013
  • Fr. Michael Kovach
  • Anna Dmitri Kanerva (nee Archie)- 2-3-14
  • Anna Hargrave-newly departed 2-16-14
  • Metropolitan Philip (Saliba) 
  • Fr. Alexander Atty
  • Anna Kathryn (infant, newly departed 9-16-14)
  • Protopresbyter Thomas Hopko




Kontakion from the service for the departed:

With the Saints give rest, O Christ
to the soul of Thy servant
Where sickness and sorrow are no more,
neither sighing, but life everlasting.
Various Orthodox Prayers

Prayers For Healing
From the website of St. Luke the Evangelist Orthodox Church in Palos Hills, IL

Orthodox Prayers for various occasions
From the website of St. George Greek Orthodox Cathedral in Greenville, SC

Prayer for the Departed

The Church's Prayer for the Dead
From the website of St. Seraphim Orthodox Cathedral in Dallas, TX

Why We Pray for the Dead
From the website of St. Luke the Evangelist Orthodox Church in Palos Hills, IL


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