How to Read the Bible Like Saint Andrew of Crete

How to Read the Bible Like Saint Andrew of Crete

Lent has begun. You finish the work day exhausted, stumbling into your darkened church. As you struggle to clear your mind of the worries of the work day, and the troubles that will meet you tomorrow, strange sounds enter your head: “The place of bodily Eve has been taken for...

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This Week in Orthodoxy, March 21, 2014

This Week in Orthodoxy, March 21, 2014

Welcome to “This Week in Orthodoxy,” the world’s only online video newscast focused on events in the life of the Orthodox Church. Segment 1: News from around the Globe Assembly of Bishops to be Split in Three Our top story this week: Press reports have confirmed that the geographical borders...

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Metropolitan Kallistos Ware: Almsgiving

Metropolitan Kallistos Ware: Almsgiving

Metropolitan Kallistos Ware continues his 4-part Lenten series, speaking this week about almsgiving. Questions include: * I’ve read that the word for “alms” used in Scripture can actually be translated as “mercy,” so almsgiving would be a giving of mercy. Is that true? * How can we can find the...

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Lent in the Home

Lent in the Home

Melissa Tsongranis returns to talk about Lent in our homes. Tune in to hear practical tips for our everyday lives as we try to grow closer to Christ. Click here to obtain the book Melissa mentions, Great Lent by Fr. Alexander Schmemann. Check out this upcoming webinar from the Center for...

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