Church Feasts

‘She will bear a son and you will call his name Jesus’ Metropolitan Serafeim of Kastoria (†) 22 December 2021 ‘She will bear a son and you will call his name Jesus, for he shall save hi...
The Birth of Christ: Historical and Theological Facts and how they have sometimes been Distorted Fr. Sotirios Athanasoulias 22 December 2021 The Person of Christ at the center of detractions For Christians, the hist...
The Feast of the Entry of the Mother of God, an Example of Effective Communication Dr. Dimitrios Hoilous 21 November 2021 The feasts of the Mother of God are a matter of joy for the whole Church. O...
The Entrance into the Temple Fr. Alexander Schmemann 21 November 2021 It seems thousands of years removed from us, but it was not so very long ag...
The Feast of the Entry of the Mother of God: the Prelude to our Reformation Georgios Zaravelas, Theologian 20 November 2021 ‘The Lord has glorified your name throughout all generations. Through you, ...
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...
The Theologian of Love Protopresbyter Vasileios Kalliakmanis, Professor of the Theological School, A.U.Th. 27 September 2021 a) Theology, as discourse concerning some god, can be found in a variety of...
Sunday After the Elevation of the Holy Cross – The Form of Redemption Fr. Patrick H. Reardon 19 September 2021 Over the centuries preachers and hymnographers have declared that the she...
The Holy Forebears Joachim and Anna Lambros Skontzos, Theologian 9 September 2021 Joachim and Anna, the forefather and foremother of Our Lord Jesus Christ, o...
The Birth of the Mother of God: the Beginning of our Salvation Hierodeacon Rafael Misiaoulis, Theologian 8 September 2021 Our Church is celebrating the feast of the Birth of the Mother of God, who ...
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