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Catching Our Breath in October

October is a much-welcomed month for Kentuckians as the weather cools down and find ourselves in “peak fall.” In terms of church life, October’s arrival means the parish is a nice rhythm as ministries...

Parish Life in September

In our parish, it feels that by September, church life returns to “school year” normal. Sunday School resumes (in our parish on Sept. 18) and programming of various sorts picks back up along with...

Dormition Season & New Semester

The month of August is always exciting and exhausting around the parish. The two-week fast (the Dormition Fast) coincides with the hubbub of actvity associated with the start of a new school year, both...

Summertime in the Parish

On June 29th, the Feast of Ss. Peter & Paul, the season of the Apostles’ Fast draws to a close. The month of July that follows the Feast of the Apostles marks a relatively quiet...

Pascha to Pentecost to Apostles’ Fast

With the celebration of the Feast of our Lord’s Ascension on June 2, the season of Pascha draws to a close. The days of Pentecost are drawing near. (You can see photos from throughout...

Paschaltide 2022: Christ is Risen!

At midnight on Sunday, April 24, our parish family joined the whole body of the Orthodox Christian Church around the world in celebrating the Feast of Feasts, the Great & Holy PASCHA! Our Paschal...

Holy Week & Pascha 2022

We Invite You To Join Us! The days of Holy Week and Pascha (Easter) constitute together the most sacred days of the church year for Orthodox Christians. And we invite you to make the...

The Lenten Spring Has Come!

“The Lenten Spring has come, the time for repentance!” The Lenten Season is truly one of the most beloved seasons of the year for Orthodox believers, as we refocus ourselves on the Lord. We invite...

February as Pre-Lent

The month of January was a rich and special month at St. Athanasius (check out the large collection of photos at the bottom of this page!) as usual, we marked the Great Feast of...

Theophany & Houseblessing Season

Having completed the Nativity Fast and the Great Feast of our Lord’s Nativity, our parish now greets the Civil New Year and the Great Feast of our Lord’s Theophany! In practice, most of January...