Archives for January 2010

Orphangate resolved?

Well, the New York-Constantinople brouhaha seems resolved — sort of (see: Abp. Demetrios on the way out?). You still wonder though why a hierarch wrote of Abp. Demetrios in terms we could charitably call disparaging over what should have been an easily resolvable dispute. It’s all a misunderstanding Constantinople assures us, even though it took […]

Archbishop Hilarion of Volokolamsk: “The work of the Church is always mission-oriented because mission is a vocation of the Church”

The more I read what is coming out of the Russian Orthodox Church (ROC), the clearer it becomes that they understand the culture within the Church and outside of it. The ROC will emerge as the world leader of Orthodoxy because it comprehends that the crisis in Western culture, including Russia, is primarily moral and […]

James J. Jatras on the Manhattan Declaration

James J. Jatras, advisor to AOI, explains why he signed the Manhattan Declaration. For more video go to Peter and Helen Evans website. Recent Comments Dishonest Dialogue [3] Dave E. Sanders Years ago, when I was living in Miami, I met an Orthodox…May 16, 9:24 AM John P. It is interesting to observe that virtually […]

Pan-Orthodox Sanctity of Life Sunday Presentation

Ancient Faith Radio presents Frederica Mathewes-Green speaking at the second annual Pan-Orthodox Sanctity of Life Sunday Presentation. The presentation was sponsored by the Orthodox Christian Clergy Association of Greater Chicago and took place at St. George Antiochian Orthodox Church in Cicero, Illinois. Listen here: Recent Comments Dishonest Dialogue [3] Dave E. Sanders Years ago, when […]

Look at what a single parish can accomplish…

The Climacus Conference of Thoughtful Ascent: A Contemplation of Noble Ideas Classical Education • Orthodoxy and Postmodernism • Poetry • Patristic Thought • Logic and Rhetoric • Motherhood • Health and Medicine • St. John Climacus • The Great Books • Theology and Spirituality Friday and Saturday: February 5-6, 2010 Saint Michael Orthodox Church, Louisville, […]

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