Thirteenth Sunday of Luke

Thirteenth Sunday of Luke

O friends of martyrs, now divinely raise up a renewed chorus, praising the all-wise Katherine. For, she proclaimed Christ in the arena, trampled on the serpent, and spat upon the knowledge of the orators. +Kontakion in the Second Tone St. Katherine – November 25

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What Christians Should Remember About Guns

What Christians Should Remember About Guns

In our final interview on gun violence, Fr. Chris speaks with Prof. Brian Kammerzelt, a life-long gun owner and author of an article entitled “4 things Christians should remember about the gun debate.” Brian is Assistant Professor and Chair of the Communications Department at the Moody Bible Institute. We also...

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What’s new for November 22-28?

What’s new for November 22-28?

To go straight to the latest programs, follow the links below. OCN Now: “Tearing Down Walls: Achieving Religious Equality in Turkey” Come Receive the Light: What Christians Should Remember about Guns Come Receive the Light – Greek: Dimitris Karavasilis talks about the rich young ruler and Jesus. To hear our...

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Acts of Thanksgiving

Acts of Thanksgiving

On Worship in Spirit and Truth, Dr. Demetrios Katos discusses the most important devotion of Christian Worship – Acts of Thanksgiving. With Thanksgiving we are encouraged to be thankful, but until we acknowledge that all our blessings are from God and for His glory, we remain focused upon our own...

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How Will We Thank God?

How Will We Thank God?

On Theologically Thinking, Fr. Athanasios Haros explores The Parable of the Rich Fool in Luke 12.16-21 “What shall I do?” asks the rich fool? How will we thank God for our blessings this year at Thanksgiving? Will be build bigger barns or serve our neighbor?

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Devastation in the Philippines

Devastation in the Philippines

IOCC Director of Programs Mark Ohanian offers an update on their efforts since Tyhoon Haiyan, the most powerful tropical storm to ever make landfall, blasted across the Philippines and left a devastating path of death and destruction. Government figures estimate that nearly 3,000 people have died, and 4 million people...

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Tearing Down Walls: Achieving Religious Equality in Turkey

Tearing Down Walls: Achieving Religious Equality in Turkey

Dr. Anthony Limberakis speaks with Fr. Chris about the Archon’s Second International Conference on Religious Freedom, entitled “Tearing Down Walls: Achieving Religious Equality in Turkey.” It will take place in Berlin, on December 4 and 5, and is being covered by OCN. Be sure to check back during and after...

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The Rich Young Man and Jesus

The Rich Young Man and Jesus

Ο Δημητρης Καραβασίλης εστιάζει στο περιστατικό με τον πλούσιο νεανίσκο και την διδασκαλία του Κυρίου με αφορμή την ερώτηση του νέου “Διδασκαλε αγαθέ, τι ποιήσω ίνα ζωήν αιώνιον κληρονομήσω”. Μαθήματα για τον νέο και για μας σήμερα .

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Second Archon International Conference on Religious Freedom in Turkey Set to Take Place in Berlin, Germany

Second Archon International Conference on Religious Freedom in Turkey Set to Take Place in Berlin, Germany

(Berlin, Germany) The Order of St. Andrew the Apostle, Archons of the Ecumenical Patriarchate, in cooperation with the Patriarchal Liaison Office to the European Union and the Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Germany will host the 2nd Archon International Conference on Religious Freedom December 4-5, 2013 at the historic Adlon Hotel...

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OCN Pilgrimage to the Holy Land

OCN Pilgrimage to the Holy Land

There are still a few places open for you to join us on a remarkable journey to the holiest places in the Christian world! Many people have already signed up for OCN’s Pilgrimage to the Holy Land in March 2014, which will be led by OCN Executive Director Rev. Dr....

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Syria’s Displaced Gain Income and Dignity from Cash for Work Program

Syria’s Displaced Gain Income and Dignity from Cash for Work Program

The sea of blue cloth surrounding Sawsan, 21, and the other displaced Syrian women at this Damascus school shelter where they now live will be stitched into school uniforms for 1,000 displaced Syrian children living here and in other Damascus area shelters. The wages they earn from the cash-for-work program...

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