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Diocese of the South, Orthodox Church in America
Denton, Texas
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Bulletins & Confessors Tongue

This section features pdf files of the weekly Confessor's Tongue. The most recent are on top. The numbers indicate the date: year, month, day.

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Bulletin211219.pdf                      211219CT.pdf
Bulletin211212.pdf                      211212CT.pdf
Bulletin211205.pdf                      211205CT.pdf
Bulletin211128.pdf                      211128CT.pdf
Bulletin211121.pdf                      211121CT.pdf
Bulletin211114.pdf                      211114CT.pdf
Bulletin211107.pdf                      211107CT.pdf
Bulletin211031.pdf                      211031CT.pdf
Bulletin211024.pdf                      211024CT.pdf
Bulletin211017.pdf                      211017CT.pdf
Bulletin211010.pdf                      211010CT.pdf
Bulletin211003-20-year.pdf         211003CT.pdf
Bulletin210926.pdf                      210926CT.pdf
Bulletin210919.pdf                      210919CT.pdf
Bulletin210912.pdf                      210912CT.pdf
Bulletin210815.pdf                      210815CT.pdf
Bulletin210808.pdf                      210808CT.pdf
Bulletin210801.pdf                      210801CT.pdf
Bulletin210725.pdf                      210725CT.pdf
Bulletin210718.pdf                      210718CT.pdf
Bulletin210711.pdf                      210711CT.pdf
Bulletin210704.pdf                      210704CT.pdf
Bulletin210627-All-Saints.pdf     210627CT.pdf
Bulletin210620-Pent.pdf             210620CTPent.pdf
Bulletin210613.pdf                      210613CTNicea.pdf
Bulletin210606-Blindman.pdf      210606CTBlind.pdf
Bulletin210530-Samaritan.pdf    210530CTSamaritan.pdf
Bulletin210523-Paralytic.pdf       210523CTParalytic.pdf
Bulletin210516-Myrrh.pdf           210516CTMyrhh.pdf
Bulletin210509Thomas.pdf         210509CTThomas.pdf
Bulletin210502Pascha.pdf          210502CTPascha.pdf
Bulletin210425.pdf                      210425CTPalmSun.pdf
Bulletin210418L5.pdf                  none this week
Bulletin210411L4.pdf                  210411L4CT.pdf
Bulletin210404L3.pdf                  210404L3CT.pdf
Bulletin210328L2.pdf                  210328L2CT.pdf
Bulletin210321L1.pdf                  210321L1CT.pdf
Bulletin210314PL4.pdf                210314PL4CT.pdf
Bulletin210307PL3.pdf                210307PL3CT.pdf
Bulletin210228PL2.pdf                210228PL2CT.pdf
Bulletin210221PL1.pdf                210221PL1CT.pdf
Bulletin210214P36.pdf                210214P36CT.pdf
Bulletin210207P35.pdf                210207P35CT.pdf
Bulletin210131P34.pdf                210131P34CT.pdf
Bulletin210124P33.pdf                210124P33CT.pdf
Bulletin210117P32.pdf                210117P32CT.pdf
Bulletin210110P31.pdf                210110P31CT.pdf
Bulletin210103P30.pdf                210103P30CT.pdf

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The Mission of The Orthodox Church in America, the local autocephalous Orthodox Christian Church, is to be faithful in fulfilling the commandment of Christ to “Go into all the world and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit…”

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St. Maximus the Confessor Orthodox Church is part of the Diocese of the South, which is presided over by The Right Reverend Alexander, Bishop of Dallas, the South and the Bulgarian Diocese. Our mission is bringing the joy of Christ's resurrection to those who have never heard the Good News, and to strengthen and encourage the faithful who reside within Denton and the local area. 

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