Long Day/Yup, He’s Orthodox Part II
Today has been a long day – we had service in the morning with the traditional procession of icons for the Sunday of Orthodoxy – check out photos here – as well as our March 25 Greek School program during coffee hour. This evening I joined all of the local Orthodox priests for a vespers service. Among all of this, today was the feast of St. Cuthbert the Wonderworker – read his story here.
Cuthbert – the “bert” part of his name is cognate with “bright” – is, let’s just say, not a common Orthodox name, although it is well represented as an English last name – think of the popular Canadian actress Elisha Cuthbert. The saint’s commemoration today, though, reminds us that there are tons of saints that we don’t think of as part of our Orthodox tradition because they aren’t from the eastern Mediterranean or Russia. There is much value in exploring the lives of saints such as Patrick, Brigid, Kenneth, and Cuthbert.
Onto tomorrow! We will be having Bible Boot Camp at 19:00 hours. Dismissed!
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