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Akoluthia to Bless a Mill

A beautiful service found in the Greek-language Book of Needs, providing a meaningful
dedication of a new mill.

Prayers for Blessing an Aircraft

Presented here is an unofficial prayer
From the translations of Schema-Archimandrite John (Lewis+, 2007).

Homeric Gospel

In the 18th century, Saint Nicodemos achieved the seemingly impossible: he skillfully crafted a masterpiece by paraphrasing the Agape Vespers Gospel of the Evangelist John, 20:19-25, into Homeric Greek

Akoluthia for the Adoption of a Child

A beautiful service found in the Greek-language Book of Needs, providing a meaningful recognition of the significant act of the adoption of a child.

Prayers in time of Invasion by the Nations

Prayers in time of Invasion by the nations.

Akoluthia To Bless a Furnace or an Oven

A prayer to bless a furnace or oven.

Prayers for a Dyslexic Child

An unofficial prayer from the translations of Father John

Saint Maximos of Serbia

Gave up ruling a kingdom for the soul-saving monastic life.

Saint Heldrad of Novalèse

Operated two mountain-pass hospices to please God through hospitality to strangers.

Saint Droctoveus

Zealous for discipline, he brought Eastern monastic practice to ancient France.

Saint Psalmodus of Limousin

Daily he recited the entire Psalter from memory.

The Spanish Akathist

Sink into the mystery of the person of Christ in the beautiful Litany of the Names of Christ Jesus from Biblical inspiration, which follows the Akathist.

The Holy Martyr Solangia of Berry

A French virgin-martyr invoked for rain, rape victims and shepherds.

Saint Nicetius of Lyons

As bishop, he taught children to read and write so that they could serve God as soon as possible.

Saint Rumold of Malines

Converted many German idolators when he healed a blind man and a leper.

Saint Waldetrudis of Mons

While weighing silver to redeem captives, it grew on the balance before her eyes.

Saint Hilary of Arles

Desired to remain an isolated monk but accepted the episcopate as God’s will.

Saint Euboula

Mother of the Holy Great-martyr Panteleimon, that eponym of the mercy of God.

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