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The First Sunday in Lent: Sunday of Orthodoxy Hierodeacon Rafael Misiaoulis, Theologian 17 March 2019 On the first Sunday in Lent, commonly known as the Sunday of Orthodoxy, our...
The Repercussions of the Decisions of the Seventh Ecumenical Synod in the West Panteleimon Levakos, Theologian 20 October 2018 The second month of the Church’s year is linked to the celebration of the S...
An Ottoman Volunteer Defends Besieged Constantinople (1453) Nikos Nikoloudis 29 May 2018 At the fall of Constantinople, in 1453, it was not only Greeks pitched agai...
The Byzantine Dimitria: When Thessaloniki Celebrated with the Entire Western World Stelios Koukos 27 October 2017 The Dimitria, the festival of Saint Dimitrios, the patron saint of Thessalo...
Emperor Constantine and the Theology of Christianity – 3 Eirini Artemi 7 October 2017 The new heresies which led to the Second Ecumenical Council After the end ...
Emperor Constantine and the Theology of Christianity – 2 Eirini Artemi 3 October 2017 Arius was influenced by Jewish monotheism and the philosophical concept of ...
Emperor Constantine and the Theology of Christianity – 1 Eirini Artemi 1 October 2017 International conference commemorating the 1700th Anniversary of the Edict ...
Agora: A Disturbing Movie Fr. Michael Gillis 27 September 2017 Several people in Holy Nativity have seen the movie Agora and have been dis...
A Note of Optimism 16 July 2017 In his article The Church, the Authentic Interpreter of the Scriptures, Kos...
The concordat between the Byzantine emperor & the Eastern Orthodox Church at 14th century Norman Russell 10 July 2017 A new situation arose after the capture of Constantinople by the Fourth Cru...
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