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You are not a Church, you are a heresy Metropolitan Seraphim of Piraeus replies to the Papist Bishop of Syros Island: From the Greek newspaper "ORTHODOX PRESS"Translated by: Issue of 9th November 2007 You are not a Church, you are a heresy
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Occasional Prayers - Orthodox Prayers and Creeds The Jesus PrayerO Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, have mercy upon me, a sinner. The CreedI believe in one God, the Father, the Almighty, Creator of heaven and earth, and of all things visible and invisible. Occasional Prayers - - Orthodox Prayers Occasional Prayers - - Orthodox Prayers
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In the Vanity of Their Minds by Fr. John Whiteford Webmaster's Note: Father John Whiteford is a former Nazarene Associate Pastor who converted to the Orthodox Faith soon after completing his B.A. in Religion at Southern Nazarene University in Bethany, Oklahoma. He first encountered Orthodoxy as a result of his involvement in the local Pro-Life (Rescue) movement, which also included Father Anthony Nelson and several of his parishioners. Sola Scriptura Sola Scriptura
The Saint Eanswythe Orthodox Mission The Society held a retreat for men on the weekend 2nd-5th of March 2007 at Hawkinge. A large and very well set up converted granary accommodated those who were staying during the weekend (some others booked into nearby pubs). The theme of the Retreat was "Responding to God - Becoming at One With God's Will". As well as members from the Saint Eanswythe Orthodox Study Society, other retreatants came from as far as Manchester and America. During the weekend, the Offices were done in a makeshift chapel in the Granary, with members marshalled into a choir ably directed by Mr. Michael Astley. The Saint Eanswythe Orthodox Mission
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On the Foundation of the Apostles and Prophets | Glory to God for All Things Now therefore, you are no longer strangers and foreigners, but fellow citizens with the saints and members of the household of God, having been built on the foundation of the apostles and prophets, Jesus Christ Himself being the chief cornerstone, in whom the whole building, being fitted together, grows into a holy temple in the Lord, in whom you also are being built together for a dwelling place of God in the Spirit (Eph. 2:19-22). There are a number of statements in the New Testament that deeply contradict the near “fetish” that some attach to the Bible. One of these is found in an admonition St. On the Foundation of the Apostles and Prophets | Glory to God for All Things
There are not a few Orthodox who are confused about the place of their Church ln the 20th century and the religious milieu through which She is passing. Part of their concern (i.e., those who think seriously about their religion) of the question of what ought to be our relationship with the non-Orthodox. For such a long time, the Church was friendly towards but not ever intimate with the various Christian denominations. But now many Orthodox bishops and priests are saying and doing things which some of us do not understand and, some of us, do not wish to hear and see. No longer are the Orthodox told that their Church is the true Church the Catholic Church, the Church of the Prophets, Apostles and Fathers. What Is Heresy? What Is Heresy?
What do Orthodox Christians teach about death and what happens when we die What do Orthodox Christians teach about death and what happens when we die This is a transcript of a talk given by Fr. Thomas Hopko in Brisbane Australia during October, 1999. Introduction There is no clear dogmatic teaching of our Orthodox Church on death and what happens when we die. There is a lot of interest about death as reflected by the amount of books written about after death experiences, salvation and damnation. Furthermore, there are questions about the soul after death and the intermediate state (i.e. the period between when we die and the world's end).
Orthodox Christian Children Orthodox Christian Children Thank you for visiting….Inspiring the Ancient Church’s Future Generation.™Then Jesus called the little child to Him, set him in the midst of them, and said, “Assuredly, I say to you, unless you are converted and become as little children, you will by no means enter the kingdom of heaven. Therefore whoever humbles himself as this little child is the greatest in the kingdom of heaven. Whoever receives one little child like this in My name receives Me. Whoever causes one of these little ones who believe in Me to sin, it would be better for him if a millstone were hung around his neck, and he were drowned in the depth of the sea.” St.
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Thursday, July 12, 2012 Last month, an outstanding conference on Global Responsibility and Environmental Sustainability was hosted by His All-Holiness Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew along with Southern New Hampshire University and taking place at the Halki Theological School in Turkey. While the Rio +20 United Nations Conference on Sustainability was in progress about the same time drawing some 50,000 people, in Halki there were about 50 people including some renown environmentalists. Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople
An Orthodox View of Abortion: The Amicus Curiae Submitted to the Supreme Court No. 88-605 In The Supreme Court of the United States
The Fasting Rule of the Orthodox Church The Church's traditional teaching on fasting is not widely known or followed in our day. For those Orthodox Christians who are seeking to keep a more disciplined fast, the following information may be helpful. Though the rules may appear quite strict to those who have not seen them before, they were developed with all of the faithful, not only monks, in mind. (Monks do not eat meat, so rules regarding the eating of meat cannot have been written with them in mind. Similarly rules regarding marital abstinence apply only to the laity and married clergy.) Though few laymen are able to keep the rule in its fullness, it seems best to present it mostly without judgement of what level is "appropriate" for the laity, since this is a matter best worked out in each Christian's own setting, under the guidance of his spiritual fathers.
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by Archbishop Dmitri of Dallas and the South Because of recent discussions about the Catholic Church's considering defining a new dogma concerning the Virgin Mary it might be of interest to Christians of other Churches to have some explanation of the Orthodox Church's position concerning her. The Orthodox Church honors and venerates the Virgin Mary as "more honourable than the Cherubim and more glorious without compare than the Seraphim …" Her name is mentioned in every service, and her intercession before the throne of God is asked. She is given the title of "Theotokos" (Greek for "Birth-giver-of-God), as well as "Mother of God". The Veneration of the Virgin Mary in the Orthodox Church
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