A Year in Review – Highlights from the 2024 President’s Report
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A Year in Review – Highlights from the 2024 President’s Report

This past Sunday, March 17, St. Clement of Ohrid Macedonian Orthodox Cathedral held its Annual General Meeting. The highlight was the president’s report, which showcased completed projects and ongoing initiatives. From renovations to outreach programs, the report underscored the Board of Director’s commitment to the future while preserving the church’s unique Macedonian Orthodox cultural and…

Exploring Perspectives: Macedonian Youth and the Macedonian Orthodox Church in Canada
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Exploring Perspectives: Macedonian Youth and the Macedonian Orthodox Church in Canada

Thank you for participating in this survey! Your input is valuable in understanding the perspectives of Macedonian youth towards the Macedonian Orthodox Church and the Orthodox Faith. Please answer the following questions honestly and to the best of your ability. – The St. Clement of Ohrid Spiritual Committee

In a blessed falling asleep – grant, O Lord, eternal rest…
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In a blessed falling asleep – grant, O Lord, eternal rest…

Author: Fr. Aleksandar Todorovski The life of the believer does not end with bodily death. It is after the earthly life, which is filled with numerous torments and temptations, that the true, spiritual and blessed life begins for all the faithful and pious children of God. That is why St. Apostle Paul advises the Thessalonians:…

The Miraculous Myrrh-streaming “Hawaiian” Iveron Icon of the Most Holy Mother of God in St. Clement’s Church in Toronto
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The Miraculous Myrrh-streaming “Hawaiian” Iveron Icon of the Most Holy Mother of God in St. Clement’s Church in Toronto

Author: Fr. Aleksandar Todorovski On February 23, 2024, with the blessing of His Eminence, Metropolitan of the American-Canadian Macedonian Orthodox Diocese, Methodius, the Miraculous Myrrh-streaming “Hawaiian” Icon of the Most Holy Mother of God resided in the Cathedral Church of St. Clement in Toronto. A large number of believers from various nationalities and corners of…

Hawaii’s Myrrh-Streaming Iveron Icon
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Hawaii’s Myrrh-Streaming Iveron Icon

Adapted from https://www.ohiia.org/ In June of 2008, the “Hawaiian” Myrrh-streaming Iveron Icon was officially recognized by the Russian Orthodox Church as miraculous and worthy of veneration, and was given the blessing and encouragement to travel to the various churches and monasteries of Holy Orthodoxy.  The original “owner” of the Icon, Reader (now Priest) Nectarios, was charged…

St. Joanikij of Rakotinci – January 24th
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St. Joanikij of Rakotinci – January 24th

St. Joanikij of Rakotinci – January 24th On January 24th, we celebrate St. Joanikij of Rakotinci, Macedonian archimandrite, teacher and doctor! A prayer to the venerable St. Joanikij Our venerable father Joanikij, healer of bodily illness and liberator of spiritual hardships, do not leave me to perish in the sorrow of my sins, embarrassed of…

Auctioning of the Holy Icons
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Auctioning of the Holy Icons

Auctioning of the Holy Icons Dear Parishioners! On Sunday, January 21st, in celebration of the Baptism of Our Lord Jesus Christ – Theophany (Vodici), the Cathedral Church “St. Clement of Ohrid”, will be hosting the annual auction of holy icons following the liturgy. This year, we are excited to announce that we have a completely…

St. Clement of Ohrid in Toronto extravagantly celebrated in co-service with priests from the Serbian and Antiochian Orthodox Church
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St. Clement of Ohrid in Toronto extravagantly celebrated in co-service with priests from the Serbian and Antiochian Orthodox Church

Writes Fr. Aleksandar Todorovski On December 8, 2023, the Macedonian Orthodox Cathedral Church of St. Clement in Toronto celebrated its patron saint with all honours and a Holy Liturgy. Priests from other Macedonian Orthodox churches in Toronto and retired priests co-officiated at the Holy Liturgy. The joy was further enhanced by the presence of brother…

St. Nektarios of Aegina among the Macedonian faithful in Toronto
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St. Nektarios of Aegina among the Macedonian faithful in Toronto

Writes Fr. Aleksandar Todorovski On November 25th, the Macedonian Orthodox community in Toronto stood in the presence of St. Nektarios of Aegina. Many faithful came to bow before the relics of the great saint and pray at the evening vespers service. We are thankful to Father Peter Busuioc from the Romanian Orthodox Church who showed…