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Services are conducted DAILY at the Cathedral:
Liturgy at 8:00 am, Vespers & Matins at 6:00 pm.


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Holy Virgin Cathedral - Joy of all Who Sorrow - San Francisco, CA - Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia
Воскресенье Крестопоклонное и годовое Обще-приходское собрание
• Воскресенье 15 марта – крестопоклонное, мы подошли к середине Великого поста. В субботу на всенощной (начало в 6 часов вечера), к концу богослужения, выносится на середину храма крест. В наш соборный крест вставлена частица Самого Животворящего Креста Господня. Крест останется в середине храма всю неделю.

• В воскресенье в приходском зале, после ранней и поздней литургиях, будет предложен постный обед – весь доход от обеда предназначен на починки нашего храма.

• Обще-приходское собрание прихожан кафедрального собора назначено на воскресенье 15 марта, в 1 час дня. Все богомольцы могут присутствовать на собрании, однако лишь официальные записанные члены прихода имеют право голоса.
 
Sunday of the Cross & Annual Meeting
• Sunday, March 15 is the Sunday of the Cross, the halfway point in our observance of Great Lent. In the Cathedral, we have a cross with a piece of Christ's original cross embedded in it. It will be brought out on Saturday evening towards the end of the Vigil and remain in the middle of the church the entire week.

• A lenten brunch will be offered after both Liturgies. Proceeds are designated for cathedral repairs.

• Our Annual Parish Meeting is scheduled for Sunday, March 15 at 1:00 pm. All the faithful may attend, but only registered dues-paying parish members may vote.

 
Webmaster Resigns • Вебмастер уходит на покой
Dear parishioners and friends,

Due to illness the long-time webmaster of the Holy Virgin Cathedral website, Protodeacon Nicholas Triantafillidis, has resigned from his duties. Father Nicholas created HVC's first site and put in countless hours to make it a both a source of information and a means for people to have prayers said for them at St. John's relics and to receive St. John's oil. On behalf of the HVC parish and visitors to the HVC site THANK YOU dear Fr. Nicholas. We ask everyone to pray for Protodeacon Nicholas and his family.

Archpriest Peter Perekrestov

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Дорогие прихожане и друзья нашего храма,

Долголетний вебмастер сайта кафедрального собора Всех скорбящих Радости, протодиакон Николай Триантафиллидис, по болезни подал прошение быть освободежнным от своей должности. Отец Николай создал наш первый (и единственный) приходской сайт и вложил в это дело неисчислимое количество времени и сил. Благодаря его трудам информация о приходе, ее жизни, да еще заказы молитв у мощей св. Иоанна и масло от лампады святителя, стало доступным для широкого круга людей. От имени прихожан собора и посетителей соборного сайта приносим о. Николаю глубочайшую благодарность –СПАСИБО, ОТЧЕ – и просим всех молится за протодиакона Николая и его семью.

Протоиерей Петр Перекрестов
 
Sacred Choral Concert

We are pleased to announce our upcoming

RUSSIAN SACRED CHORAL CONCERT

March 8 at 2:30 at Star of the Sea Catholic Church
(Geary Blvd at 8th Avenue).

Sung by San Francisco's Holy Virgin Cathedral Choir
under the direction of Vladimir Krassovsky.

 

 
Eighth Annual Lenten Retreat
 
Twenty-Ninth Sunday After Pentecost

My Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ:

Although Jesus spoke this parable as a warning to His countrymen, the Hebrew people, the message in it is most relevant to us, Orthodox Christians. It makes us look inside of ourselves to answer the all-important question, am I truly a Christian or simply calling myself one.

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Twenty-Eighth Sunday After Pentecost
My Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ:

This week's Gospel reading talks about the importance of both being grateful to God and expressing our gratitude to Him. We run to God whenever we have a need for His help. But, are we just as energetic in thanking Him for all of His blessings to us?
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His Eminence Archbishop Kyrill Receives Congratulations On His 60th Birthday.

On November 11/24 , 2014, our Ruling Bishop, His Eminence Archbishop Kyril,l marked his 60th Birthday.

Heartfelt congratulations are offered from the Diocesan Council, clergy and all the faithful of the Western American Diocese on the occasion of this Jubilee with wishes of health and length of days to Vladyka Kyrill in service to our Diocese.

His Holiness KIRIL Patriarch of Moscow and All of Russia congratulates His Eminence Archbishop Kyrill with his Birthday, as do others

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Congratulations to his Eminence Archbishop Kyrill from H.I.H. Grand Duchess Maria Vladimirovna

From the Head of the Russian Imperial House

To His Eminence KYRILL Archbishop of San Francisco and Western America

Your Eminence!

I sincerely congratulate you with your Sixtieth Birthday!

The Lord has called you to service upon the Cathedra which once was occupied by the great Russian Hierarch John (Maximovich), who was manifest as a faithful spiritual friend, man of prayer and guide to my August Grandfather, Grandmother, Father and Mother. Recalling unfailingly the great strength of Christian love of your holy predecessor, you always strive to preserve his inheritance and nourish your flock with his testimony.

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Twenty-Seventh Sunday After Pentecost

My Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ:

Most all of us dream of becoming rich. This Gospel reading shows us why becoming rich might not be such a good idea. (continue)

 
HVC Sisterhood Christmas Bazaar and Piroshki Lunch

 
Twenty-Sixth Sunday After Pentecost

My Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ:

This Sunday's Gospel reading gives us a vivid picture of how to differentiate between following the letter of God's law and understanding its spirit. We see an example what Scripture means when we read that "the letter (of the law) kills, but the Spirit gives life". (2Cor: 3:6) (continue)

 
Twenty-Fourth Sunday After Pentecost
My Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ:

The question that is asked of the Savior in the beginning of this Gospel reading is a momentous question that each one of us needs to be constantly asking. "What shall I do to inherit eternal life?" This Gospel reading answers this question and teaches us not only what we must do but even gives us a most revealing example of how to do it.(continue)
 
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