Church Feasts

The Dormition of the Mother of God: a liturgical approach Ioannis Foundoulis Professor of the Theological School A. U. Th. † 14 August 2019 The feast of the Dormition of the Mother of God is celebrated on August 15 ...
The Participation of Nature in Worship: the Blessing of the Fruits of the Vine Monk Gennadios 6 August 2019 According to Saint Basil the Great, nothing exists without due cause, nothi...
On the Light of the Holy Spirit Saint Symeon the New Theologian 17 June 2019 Discourse XXXIII. On the Light of the Holy Spirit In the third ode of the ...
‘You Sanctified the Virgin Womb by Your Birth’ Hierodeacon Rafael Misiaoulis, Theologian 2 February 2019 ‘You sanctified the virgin womb by Your birth’… The Holy Church celebrates...
Greek Orthodox Education: Who Is Raising and Educating our Children? Archbishop of Canada Sotirios 1 February 2019 In the good old days, our children were raised by their parents who also ed...
Our Feasts Fotis Kondoglou 8 January 2019 For many people, Christmas, New Year, Epiphany and other feasts aren’t feas...
Christmas’ deeper meaning Metropolitan Athanasios of Lemessos 24 December 2018 Every time we stand before the Lord either in prayer or in celebration in C...
The Feast of the Entry of the Mother of God, an Example of Effective Communication Dr. Dimitrios Khoilous 26 November 2018 The feasts of the Mother of God are a matter of joy for the whole Church. O...
Our Most Holy Lady as the Temple of God Miltiadis Konstantinou, Professor of the School of Theology of the University of Thessaloniki 21 November 2018 Were one to attempt to describe in a single sentence the role and aim of th...
The Entrance into the Temple Fr. Alexander Schmemann 21 November 2018 It seems thousands of years removed from us, but it was not so very long ag...
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