Fr. Patrick Reardon, priest at All Saints Orthodox Church in Chicago, Illinois, reminds us that part of our communion with God is our connection to the saints—and chief among them after the Theotokos are Peter and Paul.
On a new Ancient Faith Today, Kevin Allen speaks with his guest Fr, Michael Varlamos about the historic march of His Eminence IAKOVOS of the Greek Orthodox Church on March 15,1965, with Dr Martin Luther King in Selma, Alabama, and the Orthodox Christian teachings on racism, ethnic separatism, and racial profiling.
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From the Blogs
A Biblical History of Sectarianism (Part II): The Formation of a Jewish Orthodoxy
Wed, Jul 01, 2015
In the last (and first) post in this series, we looked at sectarianism as it was manifested in the first “Great Schism” between the Northern and Southern Kingdoms of Israel and Judah respectively.…
America the Great?
Fr. Lawrence Farley
Tue, Jun 30, 2015
Presented for your consideration (as Rod Serling would say): a great and powerful society, yet one whose laws and culture were a standing offence to God and in open defiance of His Law. At the heart of…
One thing missing from our national conversation about marriage
Joel J. Miller
Thu, Jul 02, 2015
Christians have traditionally understood marriage as more than contract, partnership, or mutual agreement. Though it’s been buried under a million words about rights and equality, the church understands…