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Welcome to Holy Resurrection Orthodox Church (HROC) located in Warren, Ohio. We are part of the Romanian Orthodox Episcopate of America.  The Orthodox Church is the original Christian Church, with an unbroken line of Christianity from the Day of Pentecost to the present time.


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Pope Francis Greeted in Festive Atmosphere at the Phanar - 12/03/14

On Sunday, November 30, 2014, the Ecumenical Patriarchate celebrated its Thronal Feast on the occasion of the Feast of St. Andrew, First-Called of the Apostles, at the Patriarchal Church of St. George.

Typically each year, over the last fifty years, formal visitations take place with the Church of Rome and delegations from each Church are sent by their Primates to attend the patronal feast of the other.

This year, however, rather than sending a delegation, Pope Francis attended in person and both Primates exchanged official addresses as well as the kiss of peace, together blessing the faithful at the conclusion of the Divine Liturgy.

Following, a Joint Declaration was signed and a luncheon was offered by the Patriarch in honor of the Pope in the Patriarchal compound.

Pope Francis was enthusiastically greeted with the ringing of church bells upon arrival at the Ecumenical Patriarchate today on the occasion of the celebration of St. Andrew the Apostle, patron saint of the Church of Constantinople, the Byzantine name for present-day Istanbul. The Pope was received at the patriarchal gate by the Elder Metropolitans of Nicaea and Chalcedon. The Ecumenical Patriarch then escorted the Pope into the Patriarchal Cathedral of St. George.

The two leaders followed the Doxology Service, a prayer for thanksgiving and peace, after which they blessed the faithful crowded inside the Patriarchal Cathedral. Also in attendance were the consul generals of Istanbul.

Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew presented Pope Francis with an icon of St. George painted on Mt. Athos. In return, Pope Francis offered to His All-Holiness a facsimile copy of an eleventh-century Greek manuscript from the Vatican library and a copy of ninth-century mosaic of Christ from St. Peter's Basilica.

Afterward, the Pope was received in the patriarchal office for a private discussion with His All-Holiness. Before leaving, Pope Francis was introduced the members of the Holy and Sacred Synod.


Michael Barkett Tonsured as a reader by His Eminence Archbishop Nathanial. - 10/29/14

A reader, also called a lector, it is the second-highest of the minor orders of the Orthodox Church. It is a clerical order to which a man is tonsured and ordained, setting him apart as blessed by the bishop to read in services and in the Divine Liturgy.


Ernie becomes a Sub-Deacon - 04/28/14

Sub-Deacons in the Orthodox Church

A sub-deacon is the highest of the minor orders of clergy in the Orthodox Church. This order is higher than the reader and lower than the deacon.

Like the reader, the clerical street-dress of the sub-deacon is the cassock, which is usually black but need only be so if he is a monk. This is symbolic of his suppression of his own tastes, will, and desires, and his canonical obedience to God, his bishop, and the liturgical and canonical norms of the Church. As a concession in countries where Orthodoxy is little known, many only wear the cassock or vestments when attending services.


Pascha 2014 - 04/23/14

A beautiful Pascha Service was held.  Everyone enjoyed the festivities afterwards.


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Schedule of Services
Sunday
8:45am - Confessions
or by appointment
9:00am - Matins
9:30am - Liturgy
11:15am - Coffee Hour
  
Wednesday
9:00am - Open Church

Every Wednesday, from 9:00 am to Noon, Holy Resurrection will be open for those who want to work with maintenance, cooking, cleaning, bulletins, etc. or to Pray and bond with your Church Family.

  
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