A Review of John McKinney’s “Hiking the Holy Mountain: Tales of Monks and Miracles on the Trails of Mount Athos, Greece” by John G. Panagiotou

“Hiking the Holy Mountain” more than a travelogue. The book is a spiritual chronicle of the journey of a man from a place informed by secular religious nominalism into a vibrant encounter with the Divine.

Progressives Use the Terms “Dialogue” and “Fundamentalism” to Attack and Subvert Orthodox Tradition

There’s a very sophisticated game being played here. And quite a few honest, faithful Orthodox people are setting themselves up to be played. This fight has been late coming to the Orthodox Church, but it’s here, and those who wish for the Church to be faithful to what it knows to be true had better wise up to the tactics and the strategy of the progressives, and learn from the bitter experience of the small-o orthodox within Protestant churches and the Catholic Church.

Dachau 1945: The Souls of All Are Aflame

Also read Pascha In Dachau by Gleb Alexandrovitch Rahr – Prisoner R (Russian) By Douglas Cramer In 1945, a Paschal Liturgy like no other was performed. Just days after their liberation by the US military on April 29, 1945, hundreds of Orthodox Christian prisoners at the Dachau concentration camp gathered to celebrate the Resurrection service […]

Pascha In Dachau

Also read Dachau 1945: The Souls of All Are Aflame by Douglas Cramer. By Gleb Alexandrovitch Rahr – Prisoner R (Russian) Dachau concentration camp, April 27th, 1945 The last transport of prisoners arrives from Buchenwald. Of the 5,000 originally destined for Dachau, I was among the 1,300 who had survived the trip. Many were shot, […]

Prospective Theology Students: Sign up for a Pilgrimage to Mt. Athos from July 6-18, 2018!

Our five day pilgrimage to Mt. Athos will include visits to both large Coenobitic Monasteries and smaller sketes and kellia, so that our young pilgrims will experience the spectrum of monastic life that exists on Holy Mountain. The pilgrims will have an opportunity to speak with experienced spiritual fathers and abbots on the Holy Mountain, a blessing which is not available to most visitors.

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