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Reblogging about Eastern Orthodoxy: Christmas Reflection, by Fr Dn Charles Joiner

Reblogging about Eastern Orthodoxy: Christmas Reflection, by Fr Dn Charles Joiner

Reblogging about Eastern Orthodoxy: Patriarch Ilia II: “God is with us. These words are written in the Bible”

Reblogging about Eastern Orthodoxy: Patriarch Ilia II: “God is with us. These words are written in the Bible”

Reblogging about Eastern Orthodoxy: The Episcopal Consecration of Bishop Paul of Chicago and the Midwest

Reblogging about Eastern Orthodoxy: The Episcopal Consecration of Bishop Paul of Chicago and the Midwest

Reblogging about Eastern Orthodoxy: New Site, Resources from Orthodox Christian Prison Ministries

Reblogging about Eastern Orthodoxy: New Site, Resources from Orthodox Christian Prison Ministries

Reblogging about Eastern Orthodoxy: Raphael Eznepidis, Brother of Elder Paisios, Has Reposed in the Lord

Reblogging about Eastern Orthodoxy: Raphael Eznepidis, Brother of Elder Paisios, Has Reposed in the Lord

Reblogging about Eastern Orthodoxy: The Great Supper of the Heavenly Kingdom: On the Sunday of the Holy Forefathers, by St. John of Kronstadt

Reblogging about Eastern Orthodoxy: The Great Supper of the Heavenly Kingdom: On the Sunday of the Holy Forefathers, by St. John of Kronstadt

Saint Constantine of Synada, a native of the city of Synada and of Jewish descent. From his youth he was drawn to the Christian Faith. Careful study of the teachings of Christ set his heart aflame,...

Saint Constantine of Synada, a native of the city of Synada and of Jewish descent. From his youth he was drawn to the Christian Faith. Careful study of the teachings of Christ set his heart aflame,...

The Synaxis of the Most Holy Theotokos: On the second day of the feast, the Synaxis of the Most Holy Theotokos is celebrated. Combining the hymns of the Nativity with those celebrating the Mother o...

The Synaxis of the Most Holy Theotokos: On the second day of the feast, the Synaxis of the Most Holy Theotokos is celebrated. Combining the hymns of the Nativity with those celebrating the Mother o...

The Nativity of Christ was revealed to the Magi by a wondrous star. St John Chrysostom and St Theophylactus, commenting on St Matthew’s Gospel, say that this was no ordinary star. Rather, it was “a...

The Nativity of Christ was revealed to the Magi by a wondrous star. St John Chrysostom and St Theophylactus, commenting on St Matthew’s Gospel, say that this was no ordinary star. Rather, it was “a...

Our Lord Jesus Christ, the Savior of the world, was born of the Most Holy Virgin Mary in the city of Bethlehem during the reign of the emperor Augustus (Octavian). Caesar Augustus decreed that a un...

Our Lord Jesus Christ, the Savior of the world, was born of the Most Holy Virgin Mary in the city of Bethlehem during the reign of the emperor Augustus (Octavian). Caesar Augustus decreed that a un...