A Public Statement on Orthodox Deaconesses by Concerned Clergy and Laity

Thirty-nine Orthodox Christian clergymen and lay leaders, including the heads of two leading Orthodox seminaries in the U.S., have issued a public statement calling on church leaders to defend Orthodox teaching on the creation and calling of man as male and female by opposing the appointment of deaconesses in the Orthodox Church.

Uncut Mountain Press Book Giveaway — Hurry! Giveaway ends December 4!

Three random entrants will be selected to receive a print copy of “The Ecclesiological Renovation of Vatican II” by Protopresbyter Peter Heers! Four random entrants will receive one eBook of their choice from Uncut Mountain Press!

Talk to Your Father

  Editor’s Note: There is much wise advice in the essay below by Anthony Esolen. The only misgiving I have is that many young boys don’t have a father to approach, or if they do the father may not understand what to do or say. This is a statement about our culture, not the value […]

The Role of the Bishop of Rome in the Communion of the Churches in the First Millenium

Source: Orthodox Ethos By Protopresbyter Anastasios Gotsopoulos The 14th Meeting of the Joint International Committee for the Orthodox-Roman Catholic Theological Dialogue in Chieti, Italy (15-22.9.2016). Were the Western Orthodox Fathers ignored in the committee’s search for a common understanding of the role of the Pope in the First Millenium? FROM THE CAREFUL STUDY OF THE […]

Fr. George Florovsky on The Boundaries of the Church

An exceptional lecture by Bishop Athanasius Yevtich on the well-known and well-utilized article “On the Limits of the Church” by the ever-memorable patristic scholar and Orthodox Theologian, Fr. George Florovsky.

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