Have you watched the Pandemia webinar? The webinar was presented by Orthodox Reflections on January 10, but the recording is still available if you
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When the Emperor Julian (A.D. 361-3), a Christian who apostatized and tried to reinstitute pagan worship in the Roman Empire, wished to attack
Thank you to everyone who attended our Webinar on 1/9 and to our esteemed panelists. It was an excellent discussion of COVID from the Orthodox
Soon after the “pandemic” began, moral leaders (Orthodox bishops, politicians, pastors, priests, etc.) began publishing letters saying that, as
Abbot Tryphon is currently one of the most followed Orthodox monks in North America. His honesty and pastoral boldness are the among the reasons why.
It has been almost two years since the appearance of COVID-19 changed life as we know it. This far in, we seem to have more questions than answers.
A few days ago we published an article calling for bold leadership from Orthodox Bishops in the face of lingering “pandemic” restrictions /
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
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
The letter below was written to us by a Greek priest who asked to be anonymous. Some commentary by our staff follows this important letter. Dear
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
We received this letter for publication from an older Greek gentleman who has profound questions about the direction Ecumenism is taking the Orthodox
The epistles from the Burning Bush Brotherhood were controversial. You can read them here and here. This is a link to the Brotherhood’s official
Churches are in trouble. A new Gallup poll estimates that only 47% of U.S. adults say they belong to a religious congregation. This is down from 70%