The White Student Union and the Kingdom of God

The White Student Union and the Kingdom of God

A young man who is a student at Towson University is concerned about the level of crime afflicting his campus and the seeming inability of the police to stem the tide. So, he is arranging for a series of unarmed student foot patrols around the university to increase student safety....

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What Orthodox Christians Can Learn from Pope Francis

What Orthodox Christians Can Learn from Pope Francis

The world will be watching from May 24-25, 2014 as Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew of Constantinople and Pope Francis welcome each other in Jerusalem to observe the anniversary of the historic encounter between Pope Paul VI and Ecumenical Patriarch Athenagoras and the subsequent lifting of mutual anathemas. The main focus of...

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Meeting of Pope Francis and Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew in the Holy City of Jerusalem

Meeting of Pope Francis and Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew in the Holy City of Jerusalem

Watch for coverage of this historic event coming soon. Our own Executive Director, Rev. Dr. Christopher T. Metropulos, has been asked to join a dedicated group of faithful to assist in the live English-language worldwide telecast of this historic meeting. Posted by the Orthodox Christian Network.  You can find the...

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Thomas Sunday

Thomas Sunday

Keith Massey, PhD, presents a reflection on Thomas Sunday. The Apostle Thomas is habitually late to important events. But it’s all part of God’s plan. Posted by the Orthodox Christian Network.  You can find the Orthodox Christian Network on Google+.

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H “απιστία” του Θωμά

H “απιστία” του Θωμά

Ο Δημήτρης Καραβασίλης σχολιάζοντας την “απιστία” του Θωμά προσπαθεί να αναδείξει ένα σπουδαίο μάθημα ζωής που παραχώρησε ο Αναστημένος Ιησούς στον μαθητή Του καθώς και σε όλους εμάς. Posted by the Orthodox Christian Network.  You can find the Orthodox Christian Network on Google+.

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The SIN Challenge, Part 2 – The Income Challenge in our Churches

The SIN Challenge, Part 2 – The Income Challenge in our Churches

This podcast is the second in the three-part series on the Stewardship “SIN” (Spirituality, Income, and Numbers) challenges faced by Christian churches today. We briefly explore highlights of some of the enormous amounts of relevant data and information that demonstrate significant Income challenges being faced by Christian churches in America...

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Special Edition: A World-Wide Tour of Holy Week and Pascha

Special Edition: A World-Wide Tour of Holy Week and Pascha

Welcome to a special Paschal edition of “This Week in Orthodoxy,” the world’s only online video newscast focused on events in the life of the Orthodox Church. This week, we’ll be bringing you a single special report, with images and footage from Holy Week and Pascha celebrations from around the...

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Lazarus and Spiritual Healing

Lazarus and Spiritual Healing

Hear Fr. Tom Tsagalakis’ reflections on how Lazarus’ raising from the dead serves as a metaphor for the spiritual healing we are all in need of. Posted by the Orthodox Christian Network.  You can find the Orthodox Christian Network on Google+.

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The Unique Nature of Human Beings

The Unique Nature of Human Beings

Lawyer and award-winning author Wesley J. Smith is a Senior Fellow at the Discovery Institute’s Center on Human Exceptionalism and the author of The War on Humans. He is also a legal consultant to the Patients Rights Council and a special consultant for the Center for Bioethics and Culture. He...

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Pascha isn’t over yet!

Pascha isn’t over yet!

While getting ready for bed on Easter Sunday, my older daughter began to get teary-eyed. After I tucked her sister into bed, she followed me out of the room, hugged me, and whispered, “Mom, I don’t want Pascha to be over.” I understood her sentiment. Growing up Catholic, we said...

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Culture War or the Spiritual Life?

Culture War or the Spiritual Life?

Father Philip LeMasters, Pastor of St. Luke’s Orthodox Church in Abilene Texas, and Dean of Social Sciences and Religion at McMurry University, discusses his latest book, The Forgotten Faith, Ancient Insights for Contemporary Believers from Eastern Christianity, with host Bill Hinkle. Are we battling for a better world or pressing...

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“Honey, it’s time to get married!”

“Honey, it’s time to get married!”

For 18 years of my life, my parents have told me that school was my number one priority in life. Personally, I never had a problem with this since school and church were the only things I saw in my life. Relationships and so forth were never of importance to...

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