Georgian Patriarch Asks Media to Stop Traumatizing People with Bad News

Georgian Patriarch Asks Media to Stop Traumatizing People with Bad News

At the Holy Trinity Cathedral, Catholicos-Patriarch Ilia II of All Georgia addressed his flock with a Sunday sermon, singling out the journalists and “the establishment”, asking them to stop spreading death propaganda, reports PIA. “Nearly every day there are reports that one man killed another man, a son put his...

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Virtual Tours of 28 Historic Polish Orthodox Churches

Virtual Tours of 28 Historic Polish Orthodox Churches

Grass is always greener, get to know yours! A new project Cerkiew.pl: „Puszcza Knyszyńska – Szlakiem Prawosławia” („Puszcza Knyszyńska- route of Orthodox”) starts! This is a virtual trip on a website www.puszczaknyszynska.cerkiew.pl, on which you can see 28 churches from LGD* Puszcza Knyszyńska area. Orthodox churches were always a special...

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Special Inter-Orthodox Commission for Preparing Pan-Orthodox Council Begins Its Work

Special Inter-Orthodox Commission for Preparing Pan-Orthodox Council Begins Its Work

On September 30, 2014, the Special Inter-Orthodox Commission for Preparing a Pan-Orthodox Council began its work at the Patriarchate of Constantinople’s Ecumenical Center in Chambesy near Geneva. The aim of the meeting is to edit the earlier adopted draft documents of the Holy and Great Council of the Orthodox Church....

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A Christian Ending

A Christian Ending

What happens to your body when you die? Deacon Mark Barna was always uncomfortable with the idea of being embalmed, and this led him to learn all he could about natural burial. As an Orthodox Christian, with Orthodox beliefs about the human body, he was especially interested in finding a...

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IOCC Book Distribution Promotes Learning To Underserved Youth In U.S.

IOCC Book Distribution Promotes Learning To Underserved Youth In U.S.

Caption: Families and community leaders gather before St. Innocent Orthodox Cathedral in Anchorage, Alaska, as His Grace, Bishop David of the Orthodox Church in America Diocese of Sitka and Alaska, blesses more than 8,000 new books donated by IOCC for the state’s underserved children. The books will be distributed to...

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