The Atlas of American Orthodox Christian Churches

The Atlas of American Orthodox Christian Churches is now published by the Holy Cross Orthodox Press.  For detailed information about the Atlas look at: www.orthodoxreality.org.  Order your copy ($ 19.95) at Holy Cross Bookstore: toll-free 800-245-0599  e-mail HCBKS@hchc.edu, www.holycrossbookstore.com.  To schedule media-interview, contact author: Alexei Krindatch, … [Read more...]

OCL Laments “Few tangible results” at Episcopal Assembly

Source: Orthodox Christian Laity I know your deeds, that you are neither cold nor hot. I wish you were either one or the other! So, because you are lukewarm - neither hot nor cold - I am about to spit you out of my mouth.” Rev. 3:16-17, The tone of the meeting was polite. The meeting had the feeling of a classroom. The Professor directed the class, and the students sat quietly and … [Read more...]

Antiochians Launch “Discover Orthodoxy”

The Antiochian Orthodox Church recently launched "Discover Orthodoxy," an informational and apologetic website to explain the Orthodox faith to seekers. Topics include: Introducing Orthodoxy: Come and see! What is the Church? The Church is the Body of Christ. Who Is God? The Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Feasts and Fasts: The cycle of the Christian year. Liturgy and … [Read more...]

Good Guys Wear Black: A New Website for Prospective Priests and Deacons

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE | CONTACT: Fr. John A. Peck |GOOD GUYS WEAR BLACK | (928) 777-8750 | frjohnpeck@yahoo.com | goodguyswearblack.org NEW WEBSITE FOR PROSPECTIVE PRIESTS, DEACONS June 1, 2011 – Today marks the launch of a unique new website in the Orthodox Christian world: Good Guys Wear Black (http://goodguyswearblack.org). “This is a vocations website,” said Fr. John A. Peck, the … [Read more...]

Wesley J. Smith: A Dark Mirror on Society

Source: The Corner The death of Jack Kevorkian by natural causes has a certain irony, but it is not surprising. His driving motive was always obsession with death. Indeed, as he described in his book Prescription Medicide, Kevorkian’s overriding purpose in his assisted-suicide campaign was pure quackery, e.g., to obtain a societal license to engage in what he called … [Read more...]

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