LIVE Bible Study Guide – Session 54 – The Book of Acts

LIVE Bible Study Guide – Session 54 – The Book of Acts

LIVE STREAM Bible Study Guide The Book of Acts 26.30-27.44 – Homily 53 May 18, 2016 With Father Athanasios Haros Every Wednesday at 7 p.m. EST Watch LIVE Bible Study When: May 18, 2016 & Every Wednesdays at 7 p.m. EST What:  A Bible Study on the Book of Acts  Click on...

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The Greeks are Coming to The National Geographic Museum in June

The Greeks are Coming to The National Geographic Museum in June

Will you be in the DC area this summer/fall?  The Greeks will be! The Hellenic Ministry of Culture and Sports (Athens, Greece), The National Geographic Museum (Washington, D.C.), the Field Museum (Chicago), the Canadian Museum of History (Gatineau, Canada), and Pointe-à-Callière Montréal Archeology and History Complex (Montréal, Canada) have joined...

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He Who Comes to Me Shall Not Hunger

He Who Comes to Me Shall Not Hunger

Listen to the Daily Reading for May 18, 2016, and then watch a Bible Study on Acts 7.54-8.25. Acts of the Apostles 8:18-25 In those days, when Simon saw that the Spirit was given through the laying on of the apostles’ hands, he offered them money, saying, “Give me also this power,...

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St. John the Baptist Russian Orthodox Cathedral

St. John the Baptist Russian Orthodox Cathedral

Russian Orthodox Cathedral of St. John the Baptist offers live broadcast of Orthodox Services.  Actually, they provide two live broadcasts of services, one in English and the other in Church Slavonic.  The link isn’t on their website.  You can find it on their YouTube Channel  St. John the Baptist Russian Orthodox Cathedral...

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Site of Jesus’ Baptism to be Cleared of Mines, giving access to Orthodox Christians and other Christian Denominations

Site of Jesus’ Baptism to be Cleared of Mines, giving access to Orthodox Christians and other Christian Denominations

Under a new agreement between Israeli and Palestinian officials, the site of Jesus’ baptism is to be cleared of mines over the next two years, giving improved access to churches and monasteries for pilgrims from eight Christian denominations, including Orthodox Christians.    By Rory Jones in the Wall Street Journal ...

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Pascha Recap from Orthodox Church in DC

Pascha Recap from Orthodox Church in DC

Easter/Pascha was only a few weeks ago and for some, it may already be a distant memory.  But the Orthodox Church celebrates Pascha for forty days until Ascension, greeting one another with a joyous “Christ is Risen!” as well as singing the hymn “Christ is Risen!” in Liturgy. Watch this beautiful two-minute...

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Could Attending Church Services be the Key to a Longer Life?

Could Attending Church Services be the Key to a Longer Life?

Attending religious service might nurture your physical health as well as your spiritual health.  A new study published by the American Medical Association “says that those who attend church services more often actually have a better chance of staying alive in the long run.” Doctors might consider recommending attending services...

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Panhellenic Motorcycle Association Holds Bike Blessing and Memorial Ride

Panhellenic Motorcycle Association Holds Bike Blessing and Memorial Ride

MERRILLVILLE GREEK ORTHODOX CATHEDRAL HOSTED 2ND ANNUAL BIKE BLESSING AND MEMORIAL RIDE THAT INCLUDED A BICYCLE, BIG WHEEL AND SCOOTER BLESSING FOR KIDS. MERRILLVILLE, IN: The Northern Indiana Chapter of the Panhellenic Motorcycle Association held their 2nd Annual Bike Blessing and Memorial Ride this past Sunday, May 15, 2016, following...

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There Will Still Be Moments of Confusion

There Will Still Be Moments of Confusion

That very day two of them were going to a village named Emmaus, about seven miles from Jerusalem, and talking with each other about all these things that had happened. While they were talking and discussing together, Jesus himself drew near and went with them.  But their eyes were kept from...

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