Archives for July 2011

Syria’s Christians Live in Fear

American neo-con and liberal foreign policy are synonymous. The support of the insurrection in Egypt and our involvement in Libya will probably help establish an Islamic republic that will persecute the Christian minorities in those countries. Now calls are being heard to overthrow the government of Syria that, if successful, also will create very dangerous conditions for the Christians in the … [Read more...]

Met. Jonah: Encyclical on Marriage and the Moral Limits of Human Sexuality

July 28, 201 Beloved Fathers, brothers and sisters in Christ, If we say we have fellowship with him while we walk in darkness, we lie and do not practice the truth. But if we walk in the light, as he is in the light, we have fellowship with one another, and the blood of Jesus his Son cleanses us from all sin. If we say we have no sin, we deceive ourselves, and the truth is not in us. If we … [Read more...]

Father of Israeli President Owes Life To Greek Monks

Source: Jerusalem Post | Greer Faye Cashman | HT: Mystagogy The Second World War and the Holocaust figured in the official addresses by both President Shimon Peres and his Greek counterpart President Karolos Papoulias at the state dinner that Peres hosted on Monday night in honor of the president of the Hellenic republic. Peres said that his late father, Yitzhak, as a soldier in the British … [Read more...]

Rev. Robert J. Sirico: The Church as the Bride of Caesar

Rev. Robert J. Sirico, president of the Acton Institute criticizes Rev. Jim Wallis, the founder of Sojourner's Magazine. Wallis, the "self-appointed chaplain to the Democratic National Committee" as Sirico calls him, was recently revealed to be taking money from George Soros, a charge he denied at first but was finally forced to confirm as more proof was offered. Sirico correctly critiques Wallis … [Read more...]

Where Heaven Falls Prey to Thieves: The Plundering of Turkish Occupied Cyprus [VIDEO]

Source: Vimeo A short documentary about the extensive art theft that has taken place in North Cyprus since the 1974 Turkish invasion. The theft has taken place with tacit or active approval from the Turkish army. The plunder not only served as a source of income for criminals in North Cyprus and shady antiquity dealers, it was also an act to eradicate the memory of Cyprus as a Christian … [Read more...]

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