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Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America
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Women's 2017 Retreat-Camp St. Nicholas, Frazier Park

(12 images)

Women's 2015 Retreat - Camp St. Nicholas, Frazier Park

(11 images)

Women's 2014 Retreat to Holy Assumption Monastery

(20 images)

Women's 2013 Retreat-Campbell

(3 images)

Women's 2011 Retreat - Los Gatos

(6 images)

Women's 2011 Retreat-Camp St. Nicholas, Frazier Park

(6 images)

Women's 2010 Retreat -Camp St. Nicholas, Frazier Park

(3 images)

Women's 2009 Retreat - Menlo Park

(3 images)

Women's 2009 Retreat-Camp St. Nicholas, Frazier Park

(7 images)

Women's 2008 Retreat-San Damiano, Danville

(2 images)

Women's 2007 Retreat-Camp St. Nicholas, Frazier Park

(14 images)

Women's 2007 Retreat-San Damiano, Danville

(8 images)

Women's 2006 Retreat at Menlo Park

(4 images)

Women's 2004 Retreat-Menlo Park

(5 images)

 

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Commemoration of the Myrrh-Bearing Women, Pious Joseph of Arimathea & Righteous Nicodemus (April 30)

Verily, the angel came to the tomb and said to the ointment-bearing women, the ointment is meet for the dead, but Christ is shown to be remote from corruption. But cry ye, The Lord is risen, granting the world the Great Mercy. (Apolytikion in Tone 2)


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