The Best Music at Your Finger Tips: Hymns of the Holy Spirit

The Best Music at Your Finger Tips: Hymns of the Holy Spirit

Watch and Listen to Orthodox hymns of the Holy Spirit, the Doxastikon of Pentecost,  “Heavenly King” by Presvytera Katerina Sitaras Makiej About Presvytera Katerina Sitaras Makiej Presvytera Katerina received her Bachelor’s Degree in Voice and Music Education from The Boston Conservatory and her Master’s in Theological Studies from Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology....

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‘Your good Spirit’, tone 1

‘Your good Spirit’, tone 1

A choir of chanters under the direction of the Archon Protopsaltis of the Great Church of Christ, Panayiotis Neohoritis, interprets the Communion Hymn for Pentecost ‘Your good Spirit’ in tone 1. The concert took place within the context of an event entitled ‘Petros the Byzantine, Protopsaltis of the Great Church...

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The Feast of Pentecost

The Feast of Pentecost

During the Feast of the Tabernacles the Holy Spirit came down on the Apostles of Jesus Christ according to his promise. The Spirit appeared on them in the form of fire flames and enabled them to speak the languages of all the nations of the world, to go and spread...

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Klaus Kenneth “Orthodoxy as revelation and life”

Klaus Kenneth “Orthodoxy as revelation and life”

Klaus Kenneth, author and musician, in his interview in Pemptousia talks about the Orthodoxy as revelation and life. Source: pemptousia.com     ABOUT THE ORTHODOX CHRISTIAN NETWORK  The Orthodox Christian Network (OCN) is an official agency of the Assembly of Canonical Bishops of the United States of America originally commissioned...

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The Coming of the Holy Spirit

The Coming of the Holy Spirit

Watch Now as Dr. Kyriaki Karidoyanes FitzGerald speaks of the descent of Holy Spirit at the Feast of Pentecost, following the Feast of Ascension of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. What does this event mean for Christians growing in communion with God? Dr. Kyriaki is the Co-founder of St....

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Theology of Compassion

Theology of Compassion

Watch Now as Dr. Kyriaki Karidoyanes FitzGerald and Dr. Helen Theodoropulos speak on Women, Healing, Authority and Ministry in a seminar organized by St. Catherine’s Vision at Hellenic College Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology, Brookline, MA. Dr. Kyriaki is the Co-founder of St. Catherine’s Vision, a theologian, educator...

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Woundedness: Our Source of Pain, Brokenness, and Strength – Adult Education Classes

Woundedness: Our Source of Pain, Brokenness, and Strength – Adult Education Classes

Modern Trials to Our Ancient Faith: The Challenges to Living Orthodoxy in America Woundedness: Our Source of Pain, Brokenness, and Strength                                                            ...

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He Will Meet You in Your Desert

He Will Meet You in Your Desert

When life gets difficult; when faith seems to dry up; when we lose hope…..Jesus is still there. There is never a circumstance in your life that will keep Jesus from pursuing you and bringing you to refreshment and peace in Him. In the story of the Samaritan Woman, (read: John...

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Christian Unity and Individualism in the Modern Society

Christian Unity and Individualism in the Modern Society

We went from being a communal society to becoming an individualistic society. The art of listening and the art of conversation are soon becoming obsolete with the invention of newer technologies which divide rather than unite. Gradually we are becoming isolated from one another. Who are we, what have become,...

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Outsourcing

Outsourcing

Watch as Fr. Michael discusses the life of the Church as an act of Delegation. ABOUT FATHER MICHAEL MARCANTONI Fr. Michael Marcantoni is the priest at the Greek Orthodox Church of the Holy Spirit in Rochester, NY. Originally from Puerto Rico, he is a Veteran of the United States Army, he has been...

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Tradition or habit?

Tradition or habit?

Watch as Fr. Michael discusses that what has been handed down to us, what we have received, what has been “Traditioned” to us is likewise the promise that God has not left us abandoned or defenseless, but at the same time He has given us a command that as He...

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Have it your way.  Sunday of Thomas

Have it your way. Sunday of Thomas

Watch Fr. Marcantoni as he discusses that it is time for our parishes, churches to not be content to just subsist, to hand on ancient custom and  value, but to boldly, proactively encounter that which is darkest and most disordered in our world and bring it hope, bring it a...

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