Archives for May 2010

Fr. Damick: Impressions from the Episcopal Assembly

By Fr. Andrew Damick Source: Orthodox History A View of Manhattan from Central Park It was a pretty hot day in Manhattan yesterday. Despite the discomfort, though, the Orthodox Christian hierarchy of North America seemed to be in pretty decent spirits. I’m here in Manhattan at the 2010 Orthodox Episcopal Assembly of North America in […]

Fr. Damick: Further impressions from the Episcopal Assembly

By Fr. Andrew Damick Source: Orthodox History Some more impressions, not terribly well sorted: One thing that struck me about the event was its lack of staff. Normally, these kind of big church events are swarming with photographers, porters, subdeacons swirling about, etc., but this one was rather decidedly subdued. I was there to help […]

Address of Abp. Nicolae of the Romanian Orthodox Archdiocese

Abp. Nicolae reaches deep into the history of Orthodoxy in America to draw out the narrative of accomplishment of Orthodox clergy and laity that, he implies, functions as a map for the future. ++++++++++++++++ ADDRESS OF HIS EMINENCE ARCHBISHOP NICOLAE OF THE ROMANIAN ORTHODOX ARCHDIOCESE At the Episcopal Assembly of North and Central America New […]

All The Churches Are In Communion, Says OCA’s Metropolitan Jonah

This interview was given before the start of the Episcopal Assembly but was only recently made available. ++++++++++++++++++++++++++ HT: Orthodox News The National Herald BOSTON – There’s no religious or political war or even battling bishops, but an assembly of church leaders in New York for the Autocephalous Church in America (OCA) has highlighted a […]

Discussion between Pres. Medvedev and Pats. Kirill and Batholomew meet

It’s in Russian and Greek for those of you who speak either. If we get a translation we will post it. Встреча Президента России Д.А. Медведева со Святейшим Патриархом Константинопольским Варфоломеем и Святейшим Патриархом Московским и всея Руси Кириллом Recent Comments Book Review – The Orthodox Dilemma: Personal Reflections On… [6] Andrew Unity is needed […]