O Holy Apostle Philip,
Intercede with the merciful God
That he may grant our souls forgiveness of sins.
Glory to Jesus Christ! Glory to Him forever! + Slava Isusu Christu! Slava i vo viki!
From the Fathers of the Church …
St. Cyril of Alexandria
Christ foreknew his mystery, even before the foundations of the world. It was in the last ages of the world that he arose for the inhabitants of earth. Having borne the sin of the world, he abolished both it and death, which is its consequence and was brought upon us by its means. He plainly said, “I am the resurrection and the life,” and “he that believes on me has everlasting life, and shall not come into judgment, but has passed from death unto life.” We will see this fulfilled in facts. The ruler of the synagogue of the Jews came near and, embracing the Savior’s knees, begged him to deliver his daughter from the bonds of death. Look, she already was brought down to this and was in extreme danger! The Savior consented and set out with him. He was even hurrying on to the house of the one who invited him and was aware that what was being done would profit many of those who followed him and would also be for his own glory.
On the way, he saved the woman who was the victim of a severe and incurable malady. No one could stop her issue of blood that ruined the art of physicians. No sooner had she touched the hem in faith, than he immediately healed her. A miracle so glorious and revealed was, so to speak, the work merely of Christ’s journey.
Last Sunday, 48 souls came to pray at St. Philip’s, our tithes to the Lord were $, Priests’ Medical Insurance $, donations $, candles $. Thank you for supporting our church, may God bless you abundantly for your generosity. Please consider making St. Philip’s parish a part of your estate planning.
Prayer requests. Fr. Basil, Fr. Marcus, Fr. Chris, Fr. Jozef, Fr. Randall, Fr. Brendan, Fr. Ted & Barbara, Sr. Patricia, Gary and Ingrid, Margaret and Don, Walter, Adam, Margaret, Oceana, Becky, Alexis, Marion, Curtis, Ronald, Taylor, Lorrie, Rosa, Frances, Alex, Ted, Stefan.
Hospitality signup sheet: Nov 4 – Murin family, Nov 11 – Baker family, Nov 18 – Teresa & Victor. Please sign up for hospitality for the upcoming Sundays; the signup sheet is in the parish hall. Thank you to Janson family for providing hospitality for us last Sunday.
Christmas around the World Festival held at the Greek Orthodox Church in Sacramento is this weekend, Saturday, November 10. We still need volunteers for many time slots, check out the signup poster in the parish hall! For more detail, please contact Amy or Darlene.
Our Future Cantors, if you wish to learn liturgical singing, all Metropolitan Cantor Institute (MCI) Online classes are enabled for guest access for free. If you want to do the coursework and receive personalized feedback and assistance with your singing, you can register for the classes and they are inexpensive. The link is: http://mci.archpitt.org/classes. You are also invited to approach one of our serving cantors and ask to become their helper.
Saturday, November 17th, 9 AM – 4 PM. Day of recollection at St. Basil Church in Los Gatos (14263 Mulberry Drive, Los Gatos, CA 95032) with Fr. David Anderson. To register and for more details, visit http://www.stbasil.org/events
November 10 – Christmas around the World Festival.
November 15 – St. Philip’s Fast begins (Nov 15 – Dec 24).
6:30 AM Divine Liturgy.
5:30 PM Divine Liturgy.
Archangel Michael and All Angels. Solemn Feast.
8:30 AM Confessions.
9:10 AM Office of the 3rd Hour.
9:30 AM Divine Liturgy.
25th Sunday after Pentecost. Tone 8. Cantor: Amy Seyfried. Reader: Tim Del Castillo.
For Confession, please come half an hour before the scheduled services, or schedule an appointment. Fridays in general are days of penance and fasting. Let us remember one another as we offer our prayers and sacrifices to the Lord.