Holy Nativity of the Lord (OCA)
2155 Southern Loop Rd., Shreveport, LA 71106
318-455-4219
Service Schedule  
Fast Free Week 
 
† Tuesday, February 27
8:30am - Divine Liturgy 
6pm - Ladies' Night @ Krystal Armstrongs 

† Wednesday, February 28 (Fast Free) 
5:30pm - Vespers  

† Thursday, February 29
9am - Liturgy @ St. Nicholas 
St. Basil's Co-op at St. Nicholas

1pm - Meet @ Church for Mansfield Food Dropoff 


† Friday, March 1 (Fast Free) 
6:30am - Men's Book Club @ Holy Nativity (donuts & coffee provided)
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† Saturday, March 2
10am - Meet @ church - Highschool Lunch & Bowling 
4pm - 
Inquirers' Class 

5pm - Great Vespers 
 
† Sunday, March 3
Sunday of the Prodigal Son 
8:45am - 
Matins 

10am - Divine Liturgy 
Sunday School Following Coffee Hour 
Coffee Hour: POTLUCK!!
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Repose of Saint Raphael, Bishop of Brooklyn
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Venerable Prokopios the Confessor of Decapolis
Venerable Prokopios the Confessor of Decapolis

Saint Prokopios lived during the VIII century in the region of Dekapolis, east of the Sea of Galilee. Forsaking the vainity of this world, Prokopios was tonsured in a certain monastery, where he labored for his salvation, devoting himself to a life of prayer and fasting. As he grew experienced in…

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Venerable Titus the Presbyter of the Kiev Near Caves
Venerable Titus the Presbyter of the Kiev Near Caves

Saint Titus, Presbyter of the Near Caves, lived in great friendship with the deacon Evagrius, which later turned into a strong dislike and hostility. Although Hieromonk Titus tried several times to make peace with his former friend, the deacon Evagrius refused to be reconciled (Compare the story of…

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Venerable Titus the Soldier, of the Kiev Caves
Venerable Titus the Soldier, of the Kiev Caves

Saint Titus was a soldier who was known for his bravery. One day, he was seriously wounded in battle. An illness caused by his wound forced him to leave the military service, so he entered the Kiev Caves Monastery. There he spent the rest of his life in prayer and repentance, and attained the…

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Venerable Thalelaios the Hermit of Syria
Venerable Thalelaios the Hermit of Syria

Saint Thalelaios (Thallélaios) lived during the fifth century, and is one of the Unmercenary Physicians. He was a native of Cilicia in Asia Minor, and entered the Monastery of Saint Savva the Sanctified, and there he was ordained as a presbyter. Later on, he moved to Syria, not far from the city…

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Saints Asclepius and James of Syria
Saints Asclepius and James of Syria

Saints Asclepius and James were Syrian ascetics, and lived during the fifth century. Theodoret of Cyrrhus speaks of them. Saint Asclepius led an ascetic life of temperance in his native village and was not hindered by constant association with many people. He had many imitators and followers. One…

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Saint Stephen of Constantinople

Saint Stephen, formerly a courtier under the emperor Mauricius (582-602), left his service, founded a hospice for the elderly at Armatia [Constantinople], and devoted himself totally to taking in strangers. He died peacefully in 614.

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Martyrs Julian, Eunos, Beza, and Mekaro of Alexandria

The Holy Martyrs Julian, Eunos [Kronion] his servant, Beza [Bisos] the soldier and Mekaros suffered at the beginning of the reign of Decius (249-251) at Alexandria. Saint Julian, a very old man, suffered from gout and could neither stand nor get about. He was carried to the trial by his servants,…

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Saint Leander of Seville
Saint Leander of Seville

Saint Leander, the Bishop of Seville, teacher of the Church, and enlightener of Spain, lived in the VI century, and was the scion of an aristocratic family. his father Severian was a duke and belonged to an illustrious Byzantine clan, while his mother was the eldest daughter of the Visigoth King…

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