Bobby Maddex's Interview with Veronica Hughes on Ancient Faith Presents: http://www.ancientfaith.com/podcasts/features/saint_veronica_an_eastern_orthodox_historical_overview_and_liturgical_servi Author’s Introduction from, In Christ I am New Creation, Part 1 Our Regeneration by Grace as Orthodox Christians “Divine grace confers on us two gifts through the baptism of regeneration, one being infinitely superior to the other. The first gift is given to us … Continue reading Ancient Faith Radio Presents a podcast interview with Veronica Hughes about her newly published books: St. Veronica and In Christ I am a New Creation
In honor of my new calendar Names's Day for St. Veronica July 12/25, I am posting her new knotakion and a story from her new book I just published with the blessing of Bishop Benjamin. Holy Mother Veronica pray to God for us! Kontakion: Tone 5 O radiant star in the heavenly realm! O glory … Continue reading New Kontakion for St. Veronica
Saint Veronica An Eastern Orthodox Historical Overview and Liturgical Service $11.95 Softcover/full color interior Order a Book Blessed by Bishop Benjamin, OCA Passage from the Liturgical Services of this book: Vespers Lord I have cried, Tone 8 A woman with an issue of blood, who had suffered much and spent all she had on physicians, … Continue reading St. Veronica Life and Liturgical Service, A New Book Release, June 2018
Last Wednesday, July 25th, was the feast of my St. Veronica, Orthodox Old Calendar. There is no official service for her and our abbot was asking me what I normally use for her? After some discussion, and many years of procrastination, I received a blessing to compose a service for her! Below is what was … Continue reading The Woman with an issue of blood that Christ cured, St. Veronica
From the Pearl of Great Price: Part III, My Conversion Chapter 3 My Baptism Newly baptized Orthodox Christians always receive a baptismal name. Since it’s a saint’s name, the hope is that the newly illumined will emulate his or her saint’s example. My parents named me Paula, my Italian grandmother’s middle name. St. Paula was … Continue reading About St. Veronica, my other guardian angel!