Church Feasts

The Fast on the Eve of Theophany Ioannis Foundoulis Professor of the Theological School A. U. Th. † 4 January 2022 It’s often said that the fast on the eve of Theophany has to do with the co...
Sunday before Theophany: The Work of Christ Requires Preparation Archimandrite Symeon Krayiopoulos † 2 January 2022 Today’s Gospel reading (Mark 1, 1-8) is from the beginning of Mark’s Gospel...
What is the meaning of New Year? Metropolitan Ierotheos of Nafpaktos and Ayios Vlasios 2 January 2022 Beloved brothers and sisters, Today is the beginning of the new civil year...
Returning the Feast of Christmas: the Incarnation of the Word as Revelation of God Theodore Rokas 31 December 2021 On 31 December our holy Church celebrates returning the feast of the nativi...
‘Come you faithful, let us see where Christ was born’ Hierodeacon Rafael Misiaoulis, Theologian 29 December 2021 With joy, exultation and jubilation, the Church celebrates the mystery of t...
Christ – the Only True Gift at Christmas Archimandrite Zacharias Zacharou 27 December 2021 Christ is the gift of God to man and the gift of man to God, but Christ is ...
‘Prepare yourself, Bethlehem, Eden is open to all’ Lambros Skontzos, Theologian 27 December 2021 The incarnation of God is the most important event in human history. It was...
The Birth of Christ: Historical and Theological Facts and how they have sometimes been Distorted (3) Fr. Sotirios Athanasoulias 26 December 2021 The Nativity Star and the Veneration by the Magi The event of the Birth ...
Emmanuel Metropolitan of Pisidia Sotirios † 26 December 2021 It is during these Christmas days that we hear another name applied to the ...
The Simplicity of the Cave Archimandrite Ilias Mastroyannopoulos 24 December 2021 The essence of  Christmas is God’s love, the compliant nature of divine lov...
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