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: www.oodegr.com Issue of 9th November 2007.
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Philip LeMasters. On the Foundation of the Apostles and Prophets 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. What Is Heresy? 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. 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). There is a lot is discussion going on right now on death, how we understand dying and what we are to say about those who are biologically dead already. Orthodox Christian Children. Byzantine Prayer Rope. Orthodox Lectures and Chanting. Www.stpaulsirvine.org/orthodoxy.html. Ethics and Moral Issues.
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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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We feel that this task is particularly valuable at the present time for two reasons: Western Rite Orthodoxy UK Official Website. Web Site. OODE- ORTHODOX OUTLET FOR DOGMATIC ENQUIRIES. Orthodox Links. Orthodox catechism topics. All-Merciful Savior Orthodox Mission, Austin, Texas, St. John. Greek Orthodox Church - Saint George Cathedral: Prayer, Fasting, Sacraments, Sacred Music, Icons, Angels, Feasts of Virgin Mary, Monastic Life, Study Links, Articles. MENOLOGION 3.0. Www.gutenberg.org/cache/epub/130/pg130.html. The Project Gutenberg eBook, Orthodoxy, by G.
K. Chesterton This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at www.gutenberg.net Title: Orthodoxy Author: G. Release Date: May, 1994 [eBook #130] [Most recently updated: September 26, 2005] Language: English Character set encoding: ISO-646-US (US-ASCII) This etext was proofread by Martin Ward and compared against a separate copy scanned by Mike Perry. by This book is meant to be a companion to "Heretics," and to put the positive side in addition to the negative.
Gilbert K. I. THE only possible excuse for this book is that it is an answer to a challenge. I have often had a fancy for writing a romance about an English yachtsman who slightly miscalculated his course and discovered England under the impression that it was a new island in the South Seas. What Orthodox Christians Believe. Friend of God Foundation. Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese. Crushing the Dragons of Theophany « Glory to God for All Things.
Today marks one of the greatest feasts of the Orthodox year (New Calendar), the Feast of Theophany, Christ’s Baptism in the Jordan river. Across the world Orthodox Christians will gather after the Liturgy to bless the waters: the ocean, a river, a spring, etc. Every feast day in Orthodoxy is connected to the Feast of Pascha, because Pascha is God’s great act of salvation. However, some feasts show this connection more clearly than others. Three feasts in the year share the same pattern of services: Pascha, Nativity, and Theophany. Each has a Vesperal Liturgy on its Eve and a Vigil the night before (with occasional variances). Bishop Alexander's Website. Administration—Hierarchs—Bishop Ambrose of Methone. His Grace, Bishop Ambrose of Methone was born in London, England, in 1949, into a distinguished family. He is a convert to Orthodoxy. Bishop Ambrose completed his undergraduate and graduate studies at the University of London, the latter in art history at the university’s famous Courtauld Institute.
He undertook his monastic and theological training at the Monastery of Sts. Virgin Mary the Theotokos as Mediatress. Orthodox Christian Information Center. Daily Prayer Basics - How To Pray. Daily prayer is essential to a healthy Orthodox Christian life. It is not an option. Why do we pray, How do we pray, When do we pray and Where do we pray are questions we address below. Saint Luke Orthodox Church - Ministries - Community.
Orthodox Research Institute. Zoe for Life! ORTHODOXY AND ROMAN CATHOLICISM. By Father Michael Azkoul St. Catherine Mission, St. Louis, MO Copyright, 1994 St. Nectarios American Orthodox ChurchReproduced with permission from The Orthodox Christian Witness, Vol. This question has been asked many times. Joseph's Corner. Annunciation Byzantine Catholic Church. A Body of Truth Radio streaming broadcast and archives. Annunciation Byzantine Catholic Church. The Divine Liturgy of Saint John Chrysostom. Orthodox Christian Faith. Saint Ignatius of Antioch - Part I. Who Was Saint Ignatius? Monachos.net - Orthodoxy through Patristic and Monastic Study. Passions. Greek Name Days. OrthodoxChristianity.net - Orthodox Christian Forum and Resources.
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