Bourgeois “Conjugal Friendship” and American Ethnophyletism

Source: Orthodoxy and Heterodoxy Reprinted with permission of the author. Public Orthodoxy’s recent post by Giacomo Sanfilippo on “Conjugal Friendship” claimed to take a postmodern approach to sacramental conjugality in Orthodox Christianity, but ended up falling into ethnophyletic and gnostic heresies from an Orthodox standpoint. The article raises outdated questions of … [Read more...]

A Conversation Between Dr. Jean Claude Larchet and Archpriest Peter Heers [VIDEO]

Read the conversation on Orthodox Ethos. … [Read more...]

Go and Make Disciples: Evangelization and Outreach in US Orthodox Parishes

Source: Assembly of Canonical Orthodox Bishops The first ever, national study on evangelization and outreach in Orthodox parishes in the United States has been released by the Assembly of Canonical Orthodox Bishops of the USA. Download the report in various formats: View and download the Executive Summary View and download the Full Report The report “Go and Make Disciples: … [Read more...]

Three Trojan Horses: Insider Attempts to Disorient the Orthodox

Source: Touchstone Magazine Reprinted with permission of the author. By Fr. Alexander F.C. Webster The benighted Pan-Orthodox Council in Crete in June 2016 reminded Orthodox Christians that the rock of Orthodox faith and practice has been splitting for decades. The fissures are particularly evident among the approximately one million Orthodox Christians in the United States. What is … [Read more...]

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 and to give thanks. The Dachau concentration … [Read more...]

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