St. Mary Orthodox Church

Cambridge, MA

  • 2019 Stewardship Campaign
    As we kick off our 2019 Stewardship Pledge Drive, we urge you to think and pray about your annual contributions to St. Mary’s. As always, we are asking you to make a financial commitment to St. Mary’s for the coming year. Your generosity allows our wonderful parish to fulfill its Christian Ministry year after year.

  • Sermon: On the Feast of the Nativity (December 25, 2018)
    Tonight in the midst of holiday busy-ness, when the gifts are wrapped and the television is off, and the house is quiet , take some time to contemplate the mystery of the birth of the Son of God.

  • Sermon: The Prayer of the Vigilant Heart (December 30, 2018)
    King Herod is not only an historic figure he is also a metaphor for a mind out of control, in other words, an impure mind. From impure minds come impure thoughts and from impure thoughts come suffering. We call it in Christian lingo sin.

  • Welcome to St. Mary's
    We welcome you to browse the site to learn more about our parish. Please consider joining us for Divine Liturgy on Sunday mornings or contact the parish office to schedule an appointment with Fr. Antony.

  • The Wheel Orthodox Christian Journal
    The Wheel seeks to articulate the Gospel intelligently and constructively for the the twenty-first century, a pluralistic era with new and unique challenges.

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January 2019 Monthly Message from Fr. Antony

When I read, I always keep my eyes open for beautiful things to share with you. What has been confirmed for me recently from disparate sources is that the Word of God, the Divine Logos, shines in every place and every heart that seeks the truth. The Logos_ theologians in the early church taught that the seeds of the logos are spread throughout creation. There is no place the Logos is not and we can expect that this light will break through in surprising ways from time to time.   Read more »

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Spiritual Quotes

 

If our thoughts are kind, peaceful, and quiet, turned only to the good, then we also influence ourselves and radiate peace all around us - in our family, the whole country, everywhere. This is true not only here on earth, but in the cosmos as well. When we labor in the fields of the Lord, we create harmony. Divine harmony, peace, and quiet spread everywhere.

       ~ Elder Thaddeus of Vitnovica

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Upcoming Services and Events

Wednesday, January 16
7:30 pmParish Council Meeting
Sunday, January 20
8:45 amOrthros
10 amDivine Liturgy
Sunday, January 27
8:45 amOrthros
10 amDivine Liturgy
11:30 amMemorials
11:45 amAnnual Parish Meeting
Saturday, February 2
5 pmGreat Vespers
Sunday, February 3
8:45 amOrthros
10 amDivine Liturgy
Sunday, February 10
8:45 amOrthros
10 amDivine Liturgy
Sunday, February 17
8:45 amOrthros
10 amDivine Liturgy
Sunday, February 24
8:45 amOrthros
10 amDivine Liturgy

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Service Schedule and Calendar

Sunday Orthros - 8:45 am
Sunday Divine Liturgy - 10:00 am

Great Vespers - Varies (one Saturday each month) 5:00 pm
Confessions - By appointment

Sermons and Messages

Sermons and Messages

The Prayer of the Vigilant Heart

December 30, 2018 - by Fr. Antony Hughes
King Herod is not only an historic figure he is also a metaphor for a mind out of control, in other words, an impure mind. From impure minds come impure thoughts and from impure thoughts come suffering. We call it in Christian lingo sin. It boils down to this. Sin is anything that causes suffering in others or in ourselves. In the case of Herod his impure, out-of-control mind led to the massacre of innocent children. Read more »
 

On the Feast of the Nativity 2018

December 25, 2018 - by Fr. Antony Hughes
Tonight in the midst of holiday busy-ness, when the gifts are wrapped and the television is off, and the house is quiet , take some time to contemplate the mystery of the birth of the Son of God. Take a few deep breaths, let your mind take a rest from all its labors, and look deep into your heart. There you will find him knocking on the door. Tonight, why not open the door? Read more »
 
 

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