AYPIO, THΣ AΓIAΣ ΣKEΠHΣ, ΘΑ ΕΧΟΥΜΕ ΠANHΓYPIKH ΘEIA ΛEITOΥPΓIA ΣTON I.N. AΓIAΣ ΠΑΡΑΣΚΕΥΉΣ.
Last night, on October 3, 2019, during the usual homily that takes place on Thursdays at the Cathedral of St. Gregory Palamas, where the Saint’s Holy Relic is located, Archimandrite Eusebius who was discussing the Book of the Apocalypse mentioned “Saint” Francis of Assisi and his miracles! In the very cathedral of St. Gregory of… via … Συνεχίστε να διαβάζετε At the Cathedral of St. Gregory Palamas in Thessalonica Sermon concerning Life and Miracles of Francis of Assisi! — True Orthodox Diocese of Western Europe.
AYPIO, TOY AΓIOY IΩANNOY TOY ΘEOΛOΓOY, ΘΑ ΤΕΛΕΣΘΕΙ ΘΕΙΑ ΛEITOYPΓIA ΣTON I.N. THΣ AΓIAΣ ΠAPAΣKEYHΣ. O OPΘPOΣ ΘA ΞEKINHΣEI ΣTIΣ 6:30 --
by Bishop Philaretos Days where it is hard to find the real thing. Today is the feast of the Holy Prophet Jonah. His story reminds me of our times. It reminds me of our days when virtue is hard to find and the memory of the “good old days” keeps us going but sometimes those… via … Συνεχίστε να διαβάζετε Missing “the Real Thing” and the Prophet Jonah — True Orthodox Diocese of Western Europe.
Written by Vladimir Moss One of the most difficult issues in contemporary Orthodoxy is the question whether the secular authorities should be commemorated at the Divine Liturgy. Many Orthodox believe that all the secular regimes in the world today are not only not Orthodox, but anti-Orthodox, and so should not be commemorated. Others, however, believe … Συνεχίστε να διαβάζετε THE QUESTION OF LITURGICAL COMMEMORATION.
Written by Vladimir Moss We need to distinguish clearly between the concepts of the nation or nationhood, national feeling or consciousness, and nationalism. “Nationhood,” writes Sir Geoffrey Hosking, “has two main aspects. One is civic: a nation is a participating citizenry, participating in the sense of being involved in law-making, law-adjudication and government, through elected … Συνεχίστε να διαβάζετε THE ORIGINS OF NATIONALISM.