Second Sunday After Pascha: Feast of the Sunday of Thomas

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Learn About The Sunday of Thomas

The Orthodox Church observes the Sunday of Thomas one week following the celebration of the Sunday of Holy Pascha. The day commemorates the appearance of Christ to His disciples on the evening of the Sunday following Passover. It also commemorates the appearance of the Lord to His disciples eight days later when Thomas was present and proclaimed "My Lord and my God" upon seeing the hands and side of Christ. Learn More »

Hymns of The Sunday of Thomas

Apolytikion (Grave Tone)

While the tomb was sealed, You, O Life, did shine forth from the grave, O Christ God; and while the doors were shut, You did come unto Your disciples, O Resurrection of all, renewing through them an upright Spirit in us according to Your great mercy. Listen »

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Paschal Message

"Beloved brothers and sisters, Christ Is Risen!": Watch this year's Paschal Message from His Eminence Archbishop Demetrios of America


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