Assembly Publishes Report on Orthodox Christian Fellowship on US College Campuses

Assembly Publishes Report on Orthodox Christian Fellowship on US College Campuses

The Assembly of Canonical Orthodox Bishops of the United States of America released a new study report today. The report focuses on Orthodox Christian Fellowship (OCF), the official collegiate campus ministry program of the Assembly. OCF plays a critical role in the lives of young Orthodox adults who study at...

Read more
National Commander Emeritus, Archon Megas Aktouarios Dr. Chris Philip fell asleep in the Lord, July 2, 2015

National Commander Emeritus, Archon Megas Aktouarios Dr. Chris Philip fell asleep in the Lord, July 2, 2015

The Order of Saint Andrew mourns the passing of our dear National Commander Emeritus Dr. Chris Philip, Archon Megas Aktouarios who fell asleep in the Lord on July 2, 2015, the day before his birthday. The Order extends its condolences to Mrs. Irene Philip the beloved wife of Archon Dr. Philip for...

Read more
Sermon Series on Philippians: Chapter One, Turning Lemons into Lemonade

Sermon Series on Philippians: Chapter One, Turning Lemons into Lemonade

In this first of a four-part series on St. Paul’s Epistle to the Philippians,  Fr. Nicholas Louh shares his thoughts on this beloved book of the Bible. He begins by describing the framework of Philippians. St. Paul is writing to the Christians in the city of Philippi, which was the...

Read more
St. Alexis Toth of Wilkes-Barre

St. Alexis Toth of Wilkes-Barre

The facts of St. Alexis’s life are well documented – born in 1854 in Austro-Hungary into a clerical family (his father and brothers were priests, and an uncle was a bishop), ordained in 1878 to the priesthood of the Uniate church in Hungary. He spoke a number of languages, he...

Read more
American or Greek Orthodoxy: What’s in a Name?

American or Greek Orthodoxy: What’s in a Name?

Many people have questions about our Orthodox Christian Faith. Many simply do not remember what they learned in Sunday School. Many are not comfortable asking their questions in public. But ALL of us can benefit from the questions of others. This week’s question is about our name. Why can’t we...

Read more