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‫البابا جييب عً اشئلتك؟‬ ‫شالو ياحبايب‬ ‫ اىتظر اجلواب‬... ‫ أصنت‬... ‫اشأل‬ ‫ مييا ابراٍيه‬/‫القنص‬ :‫حدوتة صغيتوتة‬ ‫مً يكوٌ امللك‬ :‫وصفة شي الصيد‬ ‫وصية السوج‬ :‫وصفة شت الصتات‬ ‫وصية السوجة‬

‫جممة‬

‫عيد الغطاط اجمليد‬

‫املالك ويخائين واألنبا أنطونيوس‬

‫مني ٍو شاىتا كلوز‬ ‫القديض ىيقوالوط األشقف‬

Address: 136 Drummond Street Oakleigh 3166 Fax (Church office): (03) 9563 1659 Email: info@oakleighcopts.org

.... !!!! ‫عيد الغطاط وشر القلقاط‬ ‫القنص مرقض عسيس‬

Fr Mina: Mobile: 0411533 380 Church Phone: 9568 7140 Fax: 9569 6494 Email: frmina@oakleighcopts.org Fr Daniel: Mobile: 0403 336 725 Church Phone: 9568 4866 Fax: 95115542 Email: frdaniel@oakleighcopts.org Please send your articles and community news to

‫عيد عُرط قاىا اجلليل‬ ‫األىبا اىطوىيوط‬ ‫ٍل كل صنت فضيلة؟‬ ‫و ٍل كل كالو خطيئة؟‬ Hello WHAT DOES CHRISTMAS MEAN TO YOU?

Father Daniel Ghabrial

the.magazine@yahoo.com.au Who is St. Nicholas?


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‫ت الَ ٌَ ُكونُ فًِ َما َبعْ ُد‪َ ،‬والَ ٌَ ُكونُ ح ُْزنٌ َوالَ‬ ‫"و َس ٌَمْ َس ُح هللا ُ ُك َّل دَ مْ َع ٍة ِمنْ ُعٌُون ِِه ْم‪َ ،‬و ْال َم ْو ُ‬ ‫َ‬ ‫ض ْ‬ ‫ت" (رؤ ‪)4 : 12‬‬ ‫ُور األُولَى َق ْد َم َ‬ ‫ص َُرا ٌخ َوالَ َو َج ٌع فًِ َما َبعْ ُد‪ ،‬ألَنَّ األُم َ‬ ‫ون إِلَى صِ ْه ٌَ ْو َن ِبال َّت َر ُّن ِم‪َ ،‬و َعلَى رُؤُ وسِ ِه ْم َف َر ٌح أَ َبدِيٌّ ‪ .‬ا ْب ِت َها ٌج‬ ‫ُون َو ٌَأْ ُت َ‬ ‫" َو َم ْف ِدٌُّو الرَّ بِّ ٌَرْ ِجع َ‬ ‫َو َف َر ٌح ٌ ُْد ِر َكان ِِه ْم‪ٌَ .‬هْرُ بُ ْالح ُْزنُ َوال َّت َن ُّه ُد" (اشعٌاء ‪)22 : 12‬‬


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‫نشأته‪:‬‬ ‫‪St. Nicholas‬‬ ‫‪Lycia‬‬

‫‪Patara‬‬ ‫‪Myra‬‬

‫أسقف وريا‪:‬‬

‫رهبهته‪:‬‬

‫أعىاه الرمحة‪:‬‬


:‫سجهه‬

Phrygia

:‫غريته عمى اإلميان‬ Methodius

:‫سانتا كموز‬

Santa Claus = Sint Klaes = Saint Nicholas

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:‫اهتىام القديس بشعبه‬ Eustathius


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All men should strive to learn before they die what they are running from, and to, and why. - James Thurber. Don't do things to not die, do things to enjoy living. The by-product may be not dying. - Bernie S. Siegel Life is a handful of short stories, pretending to be a novel. - Anonymous Life is a long lesson in humility. - Sir James M. Barrie The character of human life, like the character of the human condition, like the character of all life, is "ambiguity": the inseparable mixture of good and evil, the true and false, the creative and destructive forces - both individual and social. - Paul Tillich


Day

Time

Sunday

Monday

Tuesday

‫ع‬ٛ‫ض‬ٌّٛ‫ا‬

Subject

6:30am - 9:00am

1st Liturgy

‫انقذاس االنهي االول‬

9:00am - 11:30am

2nd Liturgy

‫انقذاس االنهي انثاني‬

7:00pm - 8:00pm

Junior Bible Study (year 7 to 12)

7:00pm - 8:00pm

Prayer Meeting

‫اجتماع انصالة انعاو‬

8:00pm - 8:30pm

Family Meeting

‫اجتماع االصرة‬

6:00pm - 7:30pm

Arabic Bible Study

6:00pm - 7:30pm

Junior Deacons Meeting

)year 7 to 12( ‫دراصت االنجيم‬

‫ عربي‬- ‫دراصت االنجيم‬ ‫أجتماع انشمامضت‬ ‫انقذاس االنهي‬

9:30am - 12:00pm Liturgy Wednesday

Thursday

Confession - Fr. Mina

6:00pm - 7:30pm

Confession - Fr. Daniel

‫اعترافاث مع ابىنا دانيال‬

7:30pm - 9:00pm

English Bible Study

‫ انجهيزي‬- ‫دراصت االنجيم‬

7:45am - 8:30am

Hostel Liturgy (1st & 3rd Thursday)

Saturday

‫نادي انحكماء‬

5:00am - 7:00am

Liturgy

‫انقذاس االنهي‬

7:30pm - 9:00pm

Youth Meeting

‫اجتماع انشباب‬

9:00am - 11:00am

English Mass (4th Saturday)

4:00pm - 6:00pm

Sunday School

6:00pm - 7:30pm

Vespers

7:00pm

8:30pm

Hymns Lesson

7:30pm

8:30pm

Confession - Fr. Mina

7:30pm

8:30pm

Confession - Fr. Daniel

Day Saturday Saturday Saturday-Thursday Saturday

‫انقذاس االنهي (هىصتم) انخميش االول وانثانث‬

Wise's Club

11:00am - 3:00pm

Friday

‫أعترافاث مع ابىنا مينا‬

6:00pm - 7:00pm

Date

‫ انضبج انرابع‬- ‫قذاس مذارس االحذ‬ ‫مذارس االحذ‬ ‫صالة عشيت‬ ‫درس االنحان‬ ‫أعترافاث مع ابىنا مينا‬

Time

‫اعترافاث مع ابىنا دانيال‬

Subject

7/01/2012

11:00am

-

12:30pm

Sunday school celebrates Christmas

14/01/2012

12:00pm

-

4:00pm

Annual servants day in the church

21 - 26/1/2012 28/01/2012

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Family camp - Angel Sea

9:00am

-

11:00am

11:00am

-

6:00pm

6:00pm

-

8:00pm

6:30pm

-

8:00pm

Sunday

29/01/2012

9:00am

-

11:00am

Monday

30/01/2012

6:30pm

-

8:00pm

Tuesday

31/01/2012

9:00am

-

11:00am

Liturgy Sunday school - St. Anthony's celebration St. Anthony's celebration Vesper St. Anthony's celebration Vesper Liturgy St. Anthony's celebration Vesper Liturgy - St. Anthony's feast

‫ع‬ٛ‫ض‬ٌّٛ‫ا‬ ‫الد‬١ٌّ‫ذ ا‬١‫احزفبي ِذارس االحذ ثؼ‬ ‫ذ‬١‫اٌّج‬ ‫سخ‬١ٕ‫َ اٌخذاَ اٌؼبَ ثبٌى‬ٛ٠ ٟ‫ أٔجً س‬ٟ‫وبِت اٌؼبئالد ف‬ ٌٟٙ‫اٌمذاس اال‬ ‫ذ االٔجب‬١‫احزفبي ِذارس االحذ ثؼ‬ ‫س‬ٛ١ٔٛ‫أط‬ ‫س‬ٛ١ٔٛ‫ضخ االٔجب أط‬ٙٔ ‫خ‬١‫ػش‬ ‫س‬ٛ١ٔٛ‫ضخ االٔجب أط‬ٙٔ ‫خ‬١‫ػش‬ ٌٟٙ‫اٌمذاس اال‬ ‫س‬ٛ١ٔٛ‫ضخ االٔجب أط‬ٙٔ ‫خ‬١‫ػش‬ ‫س‬ٛ١ٔٛ‫ذ االٔجب أط‬١‫ ػ‬- ٌٟٙ‫اٌمذاس اال‬


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‫رذوبر اٌّالن اٌجٍ‪ ً١‬غبثز‪٠‬بي اٌّجشز‬ ‫اسزش‪ٙ‬بد اٌمذ‪٠‬س ثخ‪ٛ١ِٛ‬س ‪ ٚ‬ضبٌ‪ٛ‬شبَ اخزٗ‬ ‫ٔ‪١‬بحخ اٌجبثب أٔسطبس‪ٛ١‬س اٌجطز‪٠‬زن اٌسبدس ‪ ٚ‬اٌثالث‪ْٛ‬‬ ‫ٔ‪١‬بحخ داؤ‪ٚ‬د إٌج‪ ٚ ٝ‬اٌٍّه‬ ‫ٔ‪١‬بحخ اٌمذ‪٠‬س رّ‪ٛ‬ثب‪ٚ‬س اٌسبئح‬ ‫اسزش‪ٙ‬بد اٌمذ‪٠‬س إغٕبط‪ٛ١‬س اٌث‪١‬ئ‪ٛ‬ف‪ٛ‬رس ثطز‪٠‬زن أطبو‪ٗ١‬‬ ‫ِ‪١‬الد اٌمذ‪٠‬س رىالّ٘بٔ‪ٛ‬د اٌحجش‪ٝ‬‬ ‫اسزش‪ٙ‬بد اٌمذ‪٠‬س ف‪ ٍٛ١‬غ‪ٛ١ٔٛ‬س ثطز‪٠‬زن أطبو‪ٗ١‬‬ ‫ٔ‪١‬بحخ اٌمذ‪٠‬س األٔجب ‪٠‬حٕس وبِب اٌمس‬ ‫ٔ‪١‬بحخ اٌمذ‪٠‬س‪ ٓ١‬أجب ث‪١‬سٕزبؤ‪ٚ‬س ‪ ٚ‬أج ب ث‪١‬شب‪ ٜ‬ثـ ججً اٌط‪ٛ‬د ارِٕذ شزق (ف‪ ٟ‬د‪٠‬ز اٌمذ‪٠‬س‪)ٓ١‬‬ ‫اسزش‪ٙ‬بد اٌمذ‪٠‬سخ إٔسطبس‪ٗ١‬‬ ‫رىز‪٠‬س وٕ‪١‬سخ اٌش‪١ٙ‬ذ‪ ٓ٠‬أجب ث‪١‬شب‪ ٚ ٞ‬أجب ثطزس‬ ‫رذوبر اٌمذ‪٠‬سخ ‪١ٌٛ٠‬بٔخ اٌش‪١ٙ‬ذٖ‬ ‫اسزش‪ٙ‬بد اٌمذ‪٠‬س أجب ث‪١‬سبدح اسمف اثصب‪ٞ‬‬ ‫ثزاِ‪ ْٛ‬ػ‪١‬ذ اٌّ‪١‬الد اٌّج‪١‬ذ‬ ‫اسزش‪ٙ‬بد ‪ 151‬رجً ‪ 24 ٚ‬اِزأح ِٓ ِذ‪ٕ٠‬خ أٔصٕب‬ ‫ػ‪١‬ذ اٌّ‪١‬الد اٌجذ‪٠‬ذ‬ ‫رذوبر ش‪ٙ‬ذاء أخّ‪ُ١‬‬ ‫سج‪ٛ‬د اٌّبج‪ٛ‬س ٌٍطفً ‪٠‬س‪ٛ‬ع اٌٍّه‬ ‫اسزش‪ٙ‬بد اٌمّص ِ‪١‬خبئ‪ ً١‬اٌط‪ٛ‬خ‪ٝ‬‬ ‫اسزش‪ٙ‬بد اٌطفً سوز‪٠‬ب ‪ِ ِٓ ٚ‬ؼٗ ف‪ ٟ‬إخّ‪ُ١‬‬ ‫ٔ‪١‬بحخ اٌمذ‪٠‬س ‪ٛ٠‬أٔس لّص ش‪١ٙ‬ذ‬ ‫اسزش‪ٙ‬بد اٌمذ‪٠‬س اسزفبٔ‪ٛ‬س رئ‪١‬س اٌشّبِسخ‬ ‫اسزش‪ٙ‬بد اٌمذ‪٠‬س ال‪ٔٚ‬ذ‪٠‬بٔس‬ ‫اسزش‪ٙ‬بد اٌمذ‪٠‬س‪ ٓ١‬د‪٠‬سى‪ٛ‬رس ‪ ٚ‬اخ‪ ٗ١‬آسىالث‪ ْٛ١‬ثـ أخّ‪ُ١‬‬ ‫ٔ‪١‬بحخ اٌجبثب ثبؤٔبس اٌجطز‪٠‬زن اٌسبدس ػشز ِٓ اٌجطبروخ األلجبط‬ ‫اسزش‪ٙ‬بد اٌمذ‪٠‬س غٍ‪١١‬ى‪ٛ‬س اسمف أ‪ٚ‬س‪ُ١‬‬ ‫ٔ‪١‬بحخ اٌمذ‪٠‬س االٔجب ثبؤٔٗ‬ ‫اسزش‪ٙ‬بد أطفبي ث‪١‬ذ ٌحُ‬ ‫ٔ‪١‬بحخ اٌمذ‪٠‬س ‪ٛ٠‬حٕب األٔج‪ ٍٝ١‬سٕخ ‪١ِ 111‬الد‪٠‬خ‬ ‫اسزش‪ٙ‬بد اٌمذ‪٠‬س أ‪ٚ‬سبػ‪ٕٛ١‬س اٌجٕذ‪ ٞ‬أ‪٠‬بَ اٌٍّه ‪١ٌٛ٠‬بٔس‬ ‫اسزش‪ٙ‬بد اٌمذ‪٠‬س ثٕىبر‪ٚ‬س ِٓ فبرس‬ ‫ٔ‪١‬بحخ اٌجبثب ث‪١‬ؤد‪ٚ‬س‪ٛ١‬س اٌجطزن اٌزبسغ ‪ ٚ‬اٌسجؼ‪ ِٓ ْٛ‬اٌجطبروٗ اٌّصز‪ْٛ٠‬‬ ‫ٔ‪١‬بحخ اٌجبثب ِزبؤس األ‪ٚ‬ي اٌسبثغ ‪ ٚ‬اٌثّبٔ‪ْٛ‬‬ ‫ػ‪١‬ذ خزبْ اٌس‪١‬ذ اٌّس‪١‬ح‬ ‫رذوبر صؼ‪ٛ‬د إ‪١ٍ٠‬ب إٌج‪ ٟ‬اٌ‪ ٝ‬اٌسّبء ح‪ٟ‬‬ ‫ٔ‪١‬بحخ اٌجبثب ِ‪١‬زو‪١‬بٔ‪ٛ‬س اٌثبِٓ ِٓ ثطبروخ اٌىٕ‪١‬سخ اٌّصز‪٠‬خ‬ ‫ٔ‪١‬بحخ اٌجبثب ِزلس اٌثبٌث ثبثب األسىٕذر‪٠‬خ ‪73‬‬ ‫ٔ‪١‬بحخ اٌجبثب غجز‪٠‬بي اٌثبٌث اٌجطز‪٠‬زن اٌسبثغ ‪ ٚ‬اٌسجؼ‪ْٛ‬‬ ‫ٔ‪١‬بحخ اٌمذ‪٠‬س ثبسٍ‪ٛ١‬س اٌىج‪١‬ز رئ‪١‬س اسبلفخ ل‪١‬صز‪ ٗ٠‬اٌىجبد‪ٚ‬ن‬ ‫رىز‪٠‬س وٕ‪١‬سخ اٌش‪١ٙ‬ذ أسحك اٌذفزا‪ٞٚ‬‬ ‫ٔ‪١‬بحخ اٌمذ‪٠‬س سبٌجطزس ثبثب ر‪ِٚ‬ب‬ ‫ػ‪ٛ‬دح رأس اٌمذ‪٠‬س ِبر ِزلص اٌزس‪ٛ‬ي‬ ‫ٔ‪١‬بحخ اٌجبثب أذ‪١ٔٚ‬م‪ٛ‬س اٌسبثغ ‪ ٚ‬اٌثالث‪ ِٓ ْٛ‬اٌجطبروخ االلجبط‬ ‫ٔ‪١‬بحخ اٌجبثب ثٕ‪١‬بِ‪ ٓ١‬األ‪ٚ‬ي اٌثبِٓ ‪ٚ‬اٌثالث‪ ِٓ ْٛ‬ثطبروخ ِصز‬ ‫ٔ‪١‬بحخ اٌجبثب سخبر‪٠‬بس اٌزاثغ ‪ ٚ‬اٌسز‪ْٛ‬‬ ‫ٔ‪١‬بحخ اٌجبثب غجز‪٠‬بي اٌخبِس اٌثبِٓ ‪ ٚ‬اٌثّبٔ‪ْٛ‬‬ ‫رذوب ر رىز‪٠‬س وٕ‪١‬سخ اٌمذ‪٠‬س ِمبر‪ٛ٠‬س اٌىج‪١‬ز‬ ‫ٔ‪١‬بحخ اٌمذ‪٠‬س أجب أثزاَ رف‪١‬ك األٔجب ج‪ٛ‬رج‪ٟ‬‬ ‫ٔ‪١‬بحخ اٌمذ‪٠‬س اثبف‪١‬س‬ ‫ثزِ‪ ْٛ‬ػ‪١‬ذ اٌغطبس اٌّج‪١‬ذ‬ ‫ٔ‪١‬بحخ اٌمذ‪٠‬س ‪٠‬سط‪ٛ‬س رٍّ‪١‬ذ إٔجب صّ‪ٛ‬ئ‪ ً١‬اٌّؼززف‬ ‫ػ‪١‬ذ اٌظ‪ٛٙ‬ر اإلٌ‪ٝٙ‬‬ ‫ٔ‪١‬بحخ اٌجبثب ‪٠‬ؤأٔس اٌسبدس اٌزاثغ ‪ ٚ‬اٌسجؼ‪ْٛ‬‬ ‫ٔ‪١‬بحخ اٌجبثب ثٕ‪١‬بِ‪ ٓ١‬اٌثبٔ‪ ٝ‬اي‪82‬‬ ‫ثبٔ‪ ٝ‬أ‪٠‬بَ ػ‪١‬ذ اٌغطبس اٌّج‪١‬ذ‬ ‫اٌزذوبر اٌش‪ٙ‬ز‪ٌٍّ ٞ‬الن ِ‪١‬خبئ‪ً١‬‬ ‫اسزش‪ٙ‬بد اٌمذ‪٠‬س ربدر‪ٚ‬س اٌّشزل‪ٟ‬‬ ‫اسزش‪ٙ‬بد اٌمذ‪٠‬س أٔب ط‪ٛ١ٌٛ‬س‬ ‫ػ‪١‬ذ ػزس لبٔب اٌجٍ‪ً١‬‬ ‫اسزش‪ٙ‬بد اٌمذ‪٠‬سخ دِ‪١‬بٔٗ‬ ‫ٔ‪١‬بحخ اٌم ذ‪٠‬س ثبؤف‪ٍٛ١‬س اٌزا٘ت‬ ‫ٔ‪١‬بحخ اٌمذ‪٠‬س أرشٍ‪١‬ذس اٌزا٘ت اٌّجب٘ذ‬ ‫اسزش‪ٙ‬بد اٌمذ‪٠‬سخ ِ‪ٙ‬زار‪( ٟ‬اٌش‪١ٙ‬ذح ِ‪ٙ‬زائ‪)ً١‬‬ ‫ٔ‪١‬بحخ اٌمذ‪٠‬س ِىس‪ّٛ١‬س أخ‪ ٝ‬د‪ِٚ‬بد‪ٛ٠‬س‬ ‫ٔ‪١‬بحخ ػ‪ٛ‬ث‪١‬ذ‪٠‬ب إٌج‪ٟ‬‬ ‫ٔ‪١‬بحخ اٌمذ‪٠‬س أغز‪٠‬غ‪ٛ‬ر‪ٛ٠‬س أخ‪ ٝ‬د‪ِٚ‬بد‪ ٛ٠‬س‬ ‫اسزش‪ٙ‬بد اٌمذ‪٠‬س ف‪ٍٛ١‬ثبؤس ِٓ أٔطبو‪١‬خ‬ ‫ٔ‪١‬بحخ اٌجبثب ‪ٛ٠‬أٔس اٌزاثغ اٌثبِٓ ‪ ٚ‬األرثؼ‪ ِٓ ْٛ‬اٌجب‪ٚ‬اد األلجبط‬ ‫ٔ‪١‬بحخ اٌمذ‪٠‬س د‪ِٚ‬بد‪ٛ٠‬س أخ‪ِ ٛ‬ىس‪ّٛ١‬س‬ ‫ٔ‪١‬بحخ اٌمذ‪٠‬س األٔجب ‪ٛ٠‬سبة االثح اسمف جزجب‬ ‫ٔ‪١‬بحخ اٌم ذ‪٠‬س ‪٠‬ؼم‪ٛ‬ة أسمف ٔص‪ٓ١‬‬ ‫رذوبر ِز‪ِ ٚ ُ٠‬زثب أخزب ٌؼبسر حج‪١‬ت ‪٠‬س‪ٛ‬ع‬ ‫ٔ‪١‬بحخ اٌمذ‪٠‬س أٔجب أٔذرا‪ٚ‬س أث‪ ٛ‬اٌٍ‪١‬ف ثـ ٔمبدح‬ ‫‪ٚ‬ج‪ٛ‬د اػضبء اٌمذ‪٠‬س‪ ٓ١‬أثب٘‪ٛ‬ر ‪ ٚ‬ث‪١‬س‪ٛ‬ر‪ ٚ ٞ‬أِج‪١‬زح أِ‪ّٙ‬ب ثبٌمزْ اٌثب ٌث اٌّ‪١‬الد‪ٜ‬‬ ‫ٔ‪١‬بحخ اٌمذ‪٠‬س ثز‪ٚ‬خس احذ اٌسجؼ‪ ٓ١‬رس‪ٛ‬ال‬ ‫رىز‪٠‬س وٕ‪١‬سخ اٌمذ‪٠‬س أثب وٍ‪ٛ‬ج اٌمس‬ ‫اسزش‪ٙ‬بد اٌمذ‪٠‬س ث‪ٕٙ‬ب ‪ٚ‬األٔجب وٍ‪ٛ‬ج اٌمس‬ ‫رذوبر رىز‪٠‬س وٕ‪١‬سخ اٌمذ‪٠‬س ‪ٛ٠‬حٕب صبحت األٔج‪ ً١‬اٌذ٘ت‬ ‫ٔ‪١‬بحخ ‪ٚ‬اٌذح اال ٌٗ اٌمذ‪٠‬سخ ِز‪ ُ٠‬اٌؼذراء‬ ‫ٔ‪١‬بحخ اٌمذ‪٠‬س غز‪٠‬غ‪ٛ‬ر‪ٛ٠‬س أخ اٌمذ‪٠‬س ثبسٍ‪ٛ١‬س اٌىج‪١‬ز‬ ‫ٔ‪١‬بحخ اٌمذ‪٠‬سخ أ‪٠‬الر‪٠‬خ أثٕخ اٌٍّه س‪ْٕٛ٠‬‬ ‫ٔ‪١‬بحخ اٌمذ‪٠‬س اٌؼظ‪ ُ١‬أجب آٔط‪ٛ١ٔٛ‬س آة اٌز٘جٕخ ف‪ ٟ‬اٌؼبٌُ‬


1-Jan

Kiahk 23

2-Jan

Kiahk 24

3-Jan 4-Jan 6-Jan 7-Jan 8-Jan 9-Jan

Kiahk 25 Kiahk 26 Kiahk 27 Kiahk 28 Kiahk 29 Kiahk 30

10-Jan

Tubah 1

11-Jan

Tubah 2

12-Jan 13-Jan 14-Jan 15-Jan 16-Jan

Tubah 3 Tubah 4 Tubah 5 Tubah 6 Tubah 7

17-Jan

Tubah 8

18-Jan 19-Jan 20-Jan

Tubah 9 Tubah 10 Tubah 11

21-Jan

Tubah 12

22-Jan

Tubah 13

23-Jan

Tubah 14

24-Jan

Tubah 15

25-Jan

Tubah 16

26-Jan

Tubah 17

27-Jan

Tubah 18

28-Jan

Tubah 19

29-Jan

Tubah 20

30-Jan

Tubah 21

31-Jan

Tubah 22

Departure of David, the Prophet and King Departure of St.Timothy the Anchorite Martyrdom of St.Ignatius, the Patriarch of Antioch Departure of St.Philogonus, the Patriarch of Antioch Birth of St.Takla-Haymanot, the Ethiopian Departure of St.John Kama Martyrdom of St.Anastasia Commemoration of St.Juliana the Martyr Martyrdom of St.Anba Bisadi (Psote) the Bishop Martyrdom of One Hundred and Fifty Men and Twenty-Four Women from Ansena Feast of the Glorified Birth of Our Lord Jesus Christ (Christmas) Departure of St.John, Archpriest of Scetis Martyrdom of St.Stephen the Archdeacon Martyrdom of St.Lawindianus (Leontius) Departure of St.Theonas, the Sixteenth Pope of Alexandria Martyrdom of St.Callinacus, Bishop of Oseem Commemoration of the Slain Children of Bethlehem by the order of King Herod Departure of St.John the Evangelist and Theologian Martyrdom of St.Eusegnius (Eugenius) the Soldier Commemoration of the Circumcision of the Lord Christ Ascension of Elijah the Prophet Departure of Marcianus, the Eighth Pope of Alexandria Departure of St.Basil the Great, Bishop of Caesarea Departure of St.Silvester, Pope of Rome Consecration of St.Macarius' Church Departure of St.Andronicus, the Thirty-Seventh Pope of Alexandria Departure of St.Benjamin, the Thirty-Eighth Pope of Alexandria Departure of Abba Abraam, Companion of Abba Gawarga Paramone of Holy Theophany (Epiphany) Holy Epiphany of Our Lord, God and Savior Commemoration Feast of the Archangel Michael Martyrdom of St.Theodore El-Mishreke (Of the East) Martyrdom of St.Anatolius Commemoration of the Miracle at Cana of Galilee Departure of St.Theophilus, the Monk Martyrdom of St.Demiana Departure of St.Archilidis (Arselidas) Departure of St.Maximus, the Brother of St.Domadius Departure of St.Obadiah the Prophet Martyrdom of St.Philotheus Departure of St.John the Fourth, the Forty-Eighth Pope of Alexandria Departure of St.Maximus and St.Domatius Departure of Anba Yusab, Bishop of Girga, Known as El-Abbah Departure of St.James, the Bishop of Nisibis Discovery of the Relics of St.Abahour (Pihour), St.Bisoura (Pisoura), and Their Mother Ampera (Asra) Departure of St.Prochorus, One of the Seventy Disciples Commemoration of the Consecration of the Church of St.John, the Owner of the Golden Gospel, Commemoration of the Transfer of St.John's Relics Commemoration of the Martyrdom of Anba Behna (Bahnou) and Anba Kloag (Bagoug), the Priest Departure of Our Lady,the Virgin Mary, the Mother of God Departure of St.Hilaria, the Daughter of Emperor Zeno Departure of St.Gregorius (Gregory of Nyssa), the Brother of St.Basil the Great Departure of St.Anthony the Great (Antonius)


Who is St. Nicholas? On this day, the righteous St. Nicholas, Bishop of Mora, departed. (St. Nicholas is the true personality behind the story of Santa Claus or Baba Noel, who leaves presents for children on Christmas Eve). He was from the city of Mora, his father's name was Epiphanius and the name of his mother was Tona. They were rich, as well as Godfearing people. They had no children to bring joy to their hearts and to inherit their wealth after their death. They remained without a son until they grew old and they were enveloped with despair. God had pity on them and gave them this saint. God made him holy and blessed since his childhood. When he reached school age, he demonstrated, through intelligence and knowledge, that he learned far more from the Holy Spirit than he did from his teachers. He learned all the doctrine and the teachings of the church since his young age and was appointed deacon. He became a monk in a monastery wherein his cousin was the abbot. Because he lived an ascetic and righteous life, they made him a priest when he was nineteen years old. God gave him the gift to work signs and wonders and to heal the sick. There was a very rich man in the city of Mora who lost all his wealth. He had three daughters who had passed the age of marriage, and could not marry them because of his poverty. Satan caused the man to think that he should make his daughters live in sin so that they might get their food by means of fornication. God revealed to St. Nicholas the thoughts which were in this man's head. St. Nicholas took one hundred dinars of his father's money and tied it up in a sack, and during the night he threw the money into the window of that man's house. When the man found the gold, he was astonished and rejoiced exceeding and was able to give his eldest daughter away in marriage. During another night the saint threw another hundred dinars into the man's house and the man was able to give his second daughter away in marriage. The man wanted to know who this charitable person was. The third time when the saint threw the gold into the house, the man was watching and immediately when he felt the drop of the sack, he went out of his house running to see who was throwing the gold to him. He found the kind bishop St. Nicholas and the man bowed down at his feet and paid him great homage and thanked him because he saved his daughters from poverty and from a life of sin. The saint refused to accept any thanks and asked them to thank the Lord Who put this thought in his heart. St.

Nicholas drove out the devil and his angels from people, he healed many sick people, and blessed little bread to satisfy many people. Before being selected bishop, he saw a vision with a great throne and vestments placed on it and a man said to him, "Put on these vestments and sit on this throne." Another night he saw our Lady, St. Mary, giving him the vestments of the priesthood and our Lord Jesus Christ gave him the Gospel. When the Bishop of Mora departed, the Angel of the Lord appeared to the Archbishop and told him the one who was chosen for this rank was Nicholas and described his virtues to him. When he woke up he told the bishops what he had seen, and they all believed that vision. They knew that it was from the Lord Jesus Christ. They took St. Nicholas and made him Bishop over the city of Mora. Shortly thereafter, Diocletian reigned, and the spread of pagan worship increased. He arrested many believers and he heard about this saint. He seized him and tortured him severely for many years, and our Lord Christ strengthened him, protected him, and raised him whole from all these tortures so that he might become a mighty branch of the tree of faith. When Diocletian was tired of torturing him, he cast him into prison. Saint Nicholas wrote to his congregation from prison until God destroyed Diocletian and the reign of Constantine the Just began. King Constantine brought out all confessors from prison, among them was St. Nicholas, who returned to his city. He was one of the three hundred and eighteen bishops assembled in the city of Nicea and he rebuked Arius and cast him out. Having finished his course and guarded his flock, he departed to be with God. He sat on the episcopal throne for more than forty years, and all the days of his life were about eighty years. May his blessing be with us and Glory be to God forever. Amen.


Hello WHAT DOES CHRISTMAS MEAN TO YOU?

come from a loving person. God is such. He not only loved us but He is altogether loving. As St. John the beloved says “God id Love.” When Love comes from a Loving God, it changes, its energy rebuilds, its purity sanctifies, it awesomeness recreates.

Once we were seated as a group and we the question was asked ‘what does Christmas mean to you?’ While all the answers were insightful and uplifting, there was one theme that came through. The Theme was HOPE. I think that the season of Christmas gives an awesome feeling of hope.

Hence, the hope of Christmas. We have hope, because God loved us so much that he reached out for us, though we were undeserving and wretched. This love comes from an eternal and loving God, hence this love is perpetual, ongoing and everlasting. This love and the mercy it brings stand as bright as the midday sun in all of creation and for evermore. We can look at the feast of incarnation and say “Behold what manner of love the Father has bestowed on us, that we should be called children of God! Therefore the world does not know us, because it did not know Him. 0 John 3:0.”

It gives hope because it’s all about God our Heavenly Father reaching out to His people through Jesus Christ His only begotten son. The fact of God’s outreach to humanity says much. It says how loved we are and how loving is our Lord.

If this hope lives in us than the loving power of God can work in us. Just as when you let the heat of the midday sun fall on you, it will change and act in you. So likewise if you let the magnificence of the mercy of God’s only Begotten Son shine on you it will also work in you. Let the wonder of the incarnation of God have a place in your heart and watch the change, watch its power to rebuild and recreate you into a loving being.

How loved, because God reaching out to us came because of His promise and concern for us. There was no redeeming feature in humanity to compel God to reach out to it. Humanity, in the person of the first man had fallen and it was no longer suitable to fellowship with the One True and Pure God. Humanity was disobedient and fallen, it was subject to death. God however was pure in all aspects and eternal. The two were no longer compatible and could not be in the same place. What could humanity add to God? Humanity had nothing to offer. God holy Law given to Moses the arch-prophet, to keep God’s people free from the pollution of sin, not even this could Israel keep. Therefore desire, reason and way in which God reach out to us; must have been out of His love for us and not that we did anything to deserve or hope for it. Love is wonderful and love can make you do some amazing things. But sometimes love alone can fall short. For example many people love God, but still fall away and do wrong. So Love alone can’t be all that there is. What was it that made God’s love for us do so much for us? It must be that God does not only love us, for us, but that He is in fact loving. A person can love, no doubt about that and doubt many of us experience love and give love. But the kind of love that drives, builds and changes and bestows holiness, honour and dignity on another can only

Indeed Christmas brings with it the message and the reminder of hope. God reaching out to His people. Stretch out your withered hand to Christ Jesus our Lord and watch him heal it. Stretch out your hand from the stormy and violent waters and let God’s out stretched hand save you from the depth that drawn.

May the hope of the blessed feast of the incarnation be with you and energize you to live a life of goodness and holiness.


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