Celebratory speeches

Time – Our Great Opportunity Archimandrite Peter, Abbot of Monastery of St John the Baptist, Essex UK 10 January 2022 Time is something tragic in the life of man because every new year measures...
Word for Theophany 2022 Archimandrite Zacharias Zacharou 10 January 2022 Through His coming, the Lord filled the whole world with His divine grace a...
Theophany or Epiphany – 2 Saint John Chrysostom 6 January 2022 Which baptism was performed, in His case? Not that of the Jews, nor ours, n...
Sermon at the Vigil for Epiphany Metropolitan Anthony Bloom † 5 January 2022 The day of the Theophany is the day when the whole world is being renewed a...
Theophany or Epiphany – 1 Saint John Chrysostom 5 January 2022 We shall now say something about the present feast. Many people celebrate f...
If Easter is the brightest of the Christian feasts, Christmas is the most moving! Archimandrite Elisaios, Abbot of the Holy Monastery of Simonos Petras 28 December 2021 Dear Readers, The feast of Christmas has come round again, and, according ...
On the Nativity Saint Gregory the Theologian 25 December 2021 Discourse 38 I. Christ is born, glorify Him. Christ is from heaven, receiv...
The Theology of the Feast of Christmas Metropolitan of Gortyn and Megalopolis, Ieremias † 25 December 2021 The Feast of Christmas today, my Christian brothers and sisters. We celebra...
The Synaxis of the Archangels Michael and Gabriel Metropolitan Panteleimon of Antinoes 8 November 2021 The Synaxis of the Archangels Michael and Gabriel and all the Heavenly Powe...
“Molon Lave” and “Oxi” Archbishop of Canada Sotirios 28 October 2021 Upon hearing the Greek axioms “Molon Lave” (“Come and take them”) and “Oxi”...
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