January 18-25 is the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity. Since 1908, when it was launched by Lurana White and Episcopal priest Paul Wattson,
Tag : Ecumenism
Ten picks from the archives. 2022. I now have over 200 articles on my blog. In this post, I have gathered 10 articles from the now 200 I have posted.
On the sixth day of the week, when a darkness had covered the face of the earth, the new Adam lay upon the cross overcome by the sin of the world.
Depending on where you live, the lingering hysteria over COVID can be quite distressing. It can seem like nothing but bad news on every side. Mask
Below the reader will find a translation of a sermon given by Archbishop Longin of Bukovina (Ukraine). He is well known for his extensive work with
To say the office of bishop is important in the Orthodox Church might be something of an understatement: …The Bishop is the visible head of the
The article was originally written in Greek, and translated into English. Click here to skip down to the English version. Ο
Dear Readers – It appears we are reaching a crisis point with the Greek Archdioceses in both Canada and the United States. The article below is by
The Patriarch of Constantinople, HAH Bartholomew, styles himself as the first bishop of the Orthodox Church – primus inter pares (first among
A friend of mine who is an atheist said that when he looks at the differences within Christendom and the squabbling among denominations,
Source: Vatican News Pope Francis and Metropolitan Hilarion of Volokolamsk (Vatican Media) In an interview with Vatican News, Metropolitan Hilarion
The Shouting Signs of the Times Having been aware of the effort for a one world government for well over forty years, it’s disconcerting—down
In the summer of 2012, my family and I took a Mediterranean cruise to Constantinople. There, we found ourselves on a tour of the Topkapi Palace where
This episode is a conversation with Dr. Rhyne Putman of Williams Baptist College. We discuss why we disagree on theology (2:49), hermeneutical issues
God’s Church is Permanent One thing is for sure, the Orthodox Church will always be here. Nations come and go, but the Church remains. Those