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On Sunday, July 8, we were honored to welcome His Grace, Bishop Gideon of Makarov, vicar bishop of the Kyiv metropolitanate, who presided at the Divine Liturgy. We also were happy to have Protodeacon Anthony, who is accompanying His Grace, with us. We wish them safe travels as they return to the Church in Ukraine. ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]
His Eminence, Archbishop Benjamin led the clergy and faithful of the Diocese of the West in the annual (since 1925) pilgrimage to Fort Ross on the 4th of July. This year’s weather was overcast and cooler than usual — a very comfortable day. Fort Ross is now a state historic park and is the site of the first Orthodox house of prayer south of Alaska. His Grace, Bishop Gideon of Makarov, Vicar of the Kyiv Metropolis, prayed at the Divine…
On Sunday, May 27, the great and last day of Pentecost, the feast of the Trinity, we celebrated our patronal feast day. A gallery of photographs is available!
On the great night of Pascha, the celebration of the Resurrection of the Lord, the clergy and faithful of Holy Trinity Cathedral celebrate the Nocturnes, Procession, Matins, and Divine Liturgy. On the eve, Holy Saturday, they sang the Vesperal Liturgy. On Sunday afternoon, we continued the celebration with Paschal Vespers.
Please join us for our 2018 Annual Lenten Retreat on Saturday, March 10. Our speaker is The Most Reverend Michael (Dahulich), Ph.D., Archbishop of New York and New Jersey.
On Wednesday evening, February 7th, Join Father Kirill after Vespers for an introduction to Great Lent. Let us begin this season of prayer and fasting with joy and anticipation for the Feasts of Feasts, our Lord’s Pascha.
On Sunday, January 21, the clergy and faithful of Holy Trinity Cathedral gathered with our Archbishop Benjamin to honor Archpriest John Takahashi, Dean of Holy Trinity Cathedral. Father John is retiring (or, as he would prefer to say, graduating) after almost twelve years of pastoral service with us at the Cathedral. May God grant his servants, the Archpriest John and Matushka Robin many years!