Παράδειγμα ζωής η μετάνοια της Οσίας Μαρίας της Αιγυπτίας

Παράδειγμα ζωής η μετάνοια της Οσίας Μαρίας της Αιγυπτίας

Ο Δημήτρης Καραβασίλης με αφορμή την ζωή της Οσίας Μαρίας της Αιγυπτίας παρουσιάζει την λυτρωτική της μετάνοια ως παράδειγμα ζωής για όλους εμας. Μακάρι να μας δώσει ο Θεός δύναμη ώστε να ακολουθήσουμε τα χνάρια της.

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The Gospel of Matthew, Part 27

The Gospel of Matthew, Part 27

Matthew 12:15-35 Isaiah’s Servant of God 1.Jesus withdraws, knowing the evil plots of the Pharisees- many flee with Him and are healed. 2.Jesus speaks about the Kingdom and how important it is to understand a united one. Accusation- he is a demon- how does he deal with them? He who...

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Fifth Sunday of Lent – Sunday of Saint Mary of Egypt

Fifth Sunday of Lent – Sunday of Saint Mary of Egypt

O Christ, the power of your Cross has worked wonders for Mary of Egypt; she had been a harlot and has now become an example and ideal of ascetic life. Casting off the weakness of nature, she has bravely fought Satan. Now, as a saint in heaven, she has obtained...

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The Moving Icon: Surrealism

The Moving Icon: Surrealism

The latest installment of Moving Icon is titled “Remodeling 20th-century Surrealism into 21st-century Orthodox Surrealism.” We will explore a new art movement that combines Orthodox phronema with mesmerizing imagery. Art we will explore during this episode is displayed below. Posted by the Orthodox Christian Network.  You can find the Orthodox...

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This Week in Orthodoxy, April 4, 2014

This Week in Orthodoxy, April 4, 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 Vandalism at a Sacred Site in Constantinople Our top story this week. On Sunday, March 23, vandals invaded the courtyard and...

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IOCC Assists Displaced Syrians Fleeing Embattled Kessab

IOCC Assists Displaced Syrians Fleeing Embattled Kessab

April 3, 2014 (Baltimore, MD) — Intense fighting this past week in Kessab, a predominantly Armenian Christian town in northwestern Syria, forced hundreds of families to flee for their lives to safety in Lattakia, a coastal town 36 miles away. International Orthodox Charities (IOCC), in cooperation with the Greek Orthodox...

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Christ in the Old Testament

Christ in the Old Testament

This week’s episode begins with a short interview with Roger Hunt, who joins us to talk about “Pascha Around the World” – a look at Orthodox Paschal music from a wide scope of different cultures. Then stay tuned as Fr. Chris speaks with Rev. Dr. Eugen Pentiuc of Holy Cross...

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La Teotokos, Parte 2: La Anunciación

La Teotokos, Parte 2: La Anunciación

En este episodio de Vengan a Recibir la Luz, los presentadores Padre Aristidis Arizi y Padre David Wooten continúan su serie sobre la Teotokos y Siempre-Virgen María; esta vez, examinan la Fiesta Mayor de la Anunciación: ¿Cuáles son los orígenes bíblicos de esta fiesta? ¿Qué nos dice esta fiesta con...

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Sunday of Saint Mary of Egypt

Sunday of Saint Mary of Egypt

This week, Fr. Steven Ritter looks at Hebrews 9:11-14 and Mark 10:32-45 as he continues his special Lenten series on the Sunday readings. The Epistle to the Hebrews 9:11-14 But Christ came as High Priest of the good things to come, with the greater and more perfect tabernacle not made...

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Love

Love

Veronica has chosen wonderful quotes for this podcast from St. John the Theologian, Metropolitan Anthony of Surozh, St. Sinceltike, Elder Prophyrios, and a few others to help us understand what all the saints have known: everything begins and ends with love. Love is the first essential building block in our...

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Our Mother Mary

Our Mother Mary

What is it about a sixth-century saint that makes her so relevant to our lives today? How is it that an illiterate woman who lived most of her life in total obscurity in the Egyptian desert is celebrated around the world? If you’ve never heard of St. Mary of Egypt,...

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