Why We Should Support Dr. Steve Tourloukis’ Legal Fight
Kari Simpson recounts the tribulations of Dr. Steve Tourloukis and other concerned parents who are fighting to preserve their rights within the public education system. Why should we support Dr. Steve Tourloukis’ legal fight? Because it is Our Battle as well.
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Exclusive Interview with Christian Father Dr. Read More →
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ!
We wish to inform you that we have raffle tickets for sale to support St. Nektarios Monastery.
All proceeds go to the Monastery. Each ticket is $20, and earns you a chance to win one of several
1) Airline ticket to St. Anthony Monastery, Phoenix, Arizona
2) Trip to St. Nekatarios Monastery, Roscoe, New York
3) Silver icon
4) Special-edition Bible
Raffle will be drawn on December 9, 2012. Read More →
This is one of the best pro life videos out there. Read More →
The Scent of Holiness: Lessons from a Women’s Monastery
by Constantina R. PalmerPublished by Conciliar Press
Every monastery exudes the scent of holiness, but women’s monasteries have their own special flavor. Join Constantina Palmer as she makes frequent pilgrimages to a women’s monastery in Greece and absorbs the nuns’ particular approach to their spiritual life. Read More →
Authentic Christianity teachings comes to Stouffville, Ontario. The homilies are from the Orthodox Christian Bible,
and many books provided by Apostle Paul Orthodox Christian Bookstore.
We like to remind you that the Homilies have changed to Fridays, all are welcome, and it’s free to attend.
Starting Date: Friday, August 3rd, 2012. Read More →
In the tomb with the body, in hell with the soul as God, in paradise with the thief and on the throne with the Father and the Spirit, You fill all things, O boundless Christ.
The prayer above, said by the priest during the Divine Liturgy, attempts to describe in words the mystery of Jesus Christ’s death, burial and resurrection. Simply put, Christ, being truly God, remained “omnipresent” – everywhere – even whilst seemingly constrained by a human body. Read More →
Why I Converted to Orthodoxy
The Story of a Former Jesuit Priest, by George Pap.
[Warum ich zur Orthodoxie konvertierte. Die Geschichte eines ehemaligen Jesuitenpaters.Von GeorgÂ Pap]
I met Fr. Pataci in 1964 in Rome for the first time. We studied together for two years in the Institute of Eastern Studies. Read More →
This is Orthodox
This is not:
http://www.gometropolis.org/ â€‹wp-content/uploads/2011/10/â€‹Statement-by-His-Eminence-â€‹ Metropolitan-Archbishop-â€‹Sotirios-on-the-death-of-His-â€‹ Holiness-Pope-Shenouda-III.pdf
There is no such thing as Coptic Orthodox. Either a person is Orthodox or not. Read More →