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  • On the 2nd Sunday of Great Lent, His Eminence Metropolitan Vladimir officiated the Divine Liturgy at the church of the Holy and Life-Giving Trinity in Konkovo, Moscow, Representative of the Orthodox Church in Moldova

    On the second Sunday of Lent, the Sunday of St. Gregory Palamas, His Eminence Metropolitan Vladimir celebrated the Holy and Divine Liturgy at the church of the Holy and Life-Giving Trinity in Konkovo, Moscow, Representative parish of the Orthodox Church of Moldova

    The miracle of the healing of the Paralytic in today’s Gospel urges us to repent and confess our sins. This fatherly love of God shown to the paralyzed man through Jesus Christ, the Doctor and Counselor, is the essence of today’s Gospel. Through this the gospel calls us to confess our sins, to go to Christ, to show him our sins, sicknesses and weaknesses so that he can heal them and help us make a new beginning in our lives.

    The Second Sunday of Lent commemorates St. Gregory Palamas.

    St. Gregory Palamas said that the light or glory of the Kingdom of Heaven is not created light like the light of the sun, but an uncreated, eternal, unapt light. And this is the glory of the Kingdom of Heaven which the Holy Apostles Peter, James and John saw at the Transfiguration of the Saviour Jesus Christ on Mount Tabor. And when God willed in history, he enabled some people to foresee this glory of the Kingdom of Heaven from their earthly life. When man prays, repents, fasts, he is enlightened with the grace of God, with the uncreated light of divine origin, which is not seen with the eyes of the flesh, but is seen with the eyes of faith.

     

     

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