Orthodox Christmas Trees

Christmas in Moscow

Christmas tree in Moscow

Christmas tree outside the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour in Moscow

Cathedral of Christ the Saviour in Moscow

Christmas tree in front of Kazansky Cathedral

Kazansky Cathedral in St. Petersburg

Orthodox Metropolitan Cathedral in Cluj, Transylvania, Romania

Orthodox Metropolitan Cathedral in Cluj, Transylvania, Romania

Ukrainian Orthodox priest place decorations on a Christmas tree at Mikhaylivsky Cathedral in central Kiev, Ukraine, Monday, Dec. 28, 2009. New Year is the biggest holiday of the year in Ukraine, and is followed by the Orthodox Christmas on Jan. 7. (AP Photo/Segey Chuzavkov)

Ukrainian Orthodox priest places decorations on a Christmas tree at Mikhaylivsky Cathedral in central Kiev, Ukraine, Monday, Dec. 28, 2009. New Year is the biggest holiday of the year in Ukraine, and is followed by the Orthodox Christmas on Jan. 7.
(AP Photo/Segey Chuzavkov)

My Family, Icons, and Christmas Tree

My Family, Icons, and Christmas Tree

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About Fr Joseph Gleason

I serve as a priest at Christ the King Orthodox Mission in Omaha, Illinois, and am blessed with eight children and one lovely wife. I contribute to On Behalf of All, a simple blog about Orthodox Christianity. I also blog here at The Orthodox Life.
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