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Welcome to the section of our Library "Help orthodox teacher".  This is a database of programs, procedures, guidelines, scenarios of Orthodox holidays, multimedia materials (presentations, audio and video), examples of children's handicrafts, colorings, Orthodox puzzles, crossword puzzles, poetry, etc. for students of different age groups - from groups of preschoolers to groups of adults. Library is created to help the Orthodox Sunday school teachers, teachers of schools, clubs of moral and spiritual direction, as well as to help "home teachers".

Materials are constantly updated and available for downloading in the relevant parts of the Library. To find the right materials, please use the menu on the left.

We invite Orthodox teachers to place their materials on our site for sharing experiences with colleagues. To do this, please send materials to the address: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Project Coordinator: Larissa Boyko-Boychuk

The project is implemented with the blessing of Reverend Philip, Archbishop of Poltava and Mirgorod, Head of the Synod Department for Religious Education and Catechesis of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church.





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Tuesday June 25, 2019 / June 12, 2019

2nd Week after Pentecost. Tone eight.
Apostles' (Peter & Paul) Fast. Food with Oil

Venerable Onuphrius the Great (400). Venerable Peter of Mt. Athos (734). Opening of the relics (1650) of St. Anna of Kashin (1338). Venerable Arsenius, abbot of Konevits (1447). Venerable Onuphrius, abbot of Malsk (Pskov) (1492). Venerables Bassian and Jonah, monks, of Petroma (Solovki) (1561). Venerables Onuphrius and Auxentius, monks, of Vologda (1521). Venerable Stephen of Komel, abbot of Ozersk Monastery, Vologda (1542). Venerables John, Andrew, Heraclemon, and Theophilus, hermits of Egypt (4th c.). St. John the Soldier of Egypt (6th-7th c.). Venerable Onuphrius, abbot of Katrom Monastery (Vologda) (16th c.). St. Julian of Dagouta at Constantinople (Greek). New Martyrs Onuphrius, bishop (1938), and with him: Anthony, Barsanuphius and Joseph (1937), and bishop Alexander Kharkovsky. St. Olympius, bishop and confessor who suffered in Thrace (4th c.). St. Timothy the Hermit of Egypt (4th c.). St. Cunera, virgin-martyr of Rhenen (451) (Neth.). Venerable John (Tornike) of Mt. Athos (998) (Georgia). Finding of the relics (1672) of St. John of Moscow, fool-for-Christ (1589). Synaxis of All Saints of St. Onuphrius Monastery at Jablechna (Poland). Miracle-working icons of the Theotokos (14th c.) and St. Onuphrius (14th c.) at St. Onuphrius Monastery (Poland).
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