Saint Joseph the Carpenter

“Who hath given me the Son of the Most High to be a Son to me? I was jealous of Thy Mother, and I thought to put her away, and I knew not that in her womb was hidden a mighty treasure, that should suddenly enrich my poor estate. David the king sprang from my race, and wore the crown; and I have come to a very low estate, who instead of a king am a carpenter. Yet a crown hath come to me, for in my bosom is the Lord of crowns” From a beautiful hymn by St. Ephrem the Syrian

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The Holy Martyr Fr. Samaan Shehata
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Saint Athanasius The Apostolic
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Christ Feeding The Five Thousand
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Saint Joseph the Carpenter
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Saint John the Forerunner
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Saint Tekle Haymanot the Ethiopian
The Theotokos & Christ
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Saint John of the Ladder
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Saint Panteleimon the Physician
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Saint Pishoy: The Perfect Man
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Abba Shenoute the Archimandrite
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The Tired Christ
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Abba Ammonas – Love the Lord with all your heart
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Saint Pachomius – The Father of Seven Thousand Monks
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Saint Irene
Saint George Prince of the Martyrs
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Anastasis: The Harrowing of Hades
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Saint Pope Kyrillos on Prayer
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Saint Demiana
The Only Begotten
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Christ The Bridegroom
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Hosanna In The Highest
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Saint Mary of Egypt & the Theotokos
Saint Mary of Egypt and Zosimas the monk
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Rise, take up your bed and walk.
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You Are My Trust From My Youth – Christ Carrying Child
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