‘You Who clothed Yourself with light as a garment’ – Great Friday Vespers

‘You Who clothed Yourself with light as a garment’ – Great Friday Vespers

‘You Who clothed Yourself with light as a garment’. Hymn at the taking down from the Cross, Great Friday Vespers. Sung in plagial tone 1 by Elder Iakovos, the Protopsaltis of the Protato, the main church in Karyes, the capital of the Holy Mountain. Source: pemptousia.com     ABOUT THE...

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The Walk to Golgotha – Holy Land Film Series

The Walk to Golgotha – Holy Land Film Series

The Walk to Golgotha takes us to the places and moments that led to the passion of our Lord Jesus Christ.The film is part of a series on the Holy Land filmed on a pilgrimage with Fr.Gerasimos Makris and his wonderful parish members from Holy Cross Greek Orthodox Church in...

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“In tears, the harlot…” – Hymns of Holy Wednesday

“In tears, the harlot…” – Hymns of Holy Wednesday

Archimandrite Pavlos chants hymns of Holy Wednesday. 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 by SCOBA to create a national, sustainable, and effective media witness...

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Adult Education – “Getting in Our Own Way: Church Decline and How We Are Inadvertently Part of the Problem”

Adult Education – “Getting in Our Own Way: Church Decline and How We Are Inadvertently Part of the Problem”

The Orthodox Church is declining in America. So is Christianity in general. Six out of ten young people are leaving the church after college never to return. Despite popular sentiment among older generations that the young people return when they marry and have kids this is no longer true. Further,...

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It Gets Personal

It Gets Personal

Watch Fr. Michael Marcantoni as he speaks about  Metropolitan Kallistos Ware, one of the most prolific of modern Orthodox Theologians, and how he challenged our view of what personal meant, and the first week of Great and Holy Lent.   ABOUT FATHER MICHAEL MARCANTONI Fr. Michael Marcantoni is the priest at...

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On Poor Lazarus and the Rich Man

On Poor Lazarus and the Rich Man

Fr. Anthony tells the story of poor Lazarus to young Michael Tandilyan who participates in the telling of the story as Fr. Tandilyan draws lessons of wisdom and spiritual insights from the story. Local, you can join along with Fr. Tandilyan on Peabody Public Access Cable TV on Channel 99;...

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Adult Education – Subtle Idols

Adult Education – Subtle Idols

“Subtle Idols – The Not So Obvious Things that Keep Our Hearts from God.” The Scriptures and the Holy Fathers warn us repeatedly about the dangers idols and idolatry. Money, power, and hedonism are the more obvious things they warn us about. But they also warn us about much more...

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Analogia, a new Academic Journal for Theological Studies

Analogia, a new Academic Journal for Theological Studies

Fr. Nikolaos Loudovikos, Professor at the University Ecclesiastical Academy of Thessaloniki and Senior Editor of “Analogia”, presents “Analogia” the new journal on Orthodox Theology in a discussion with Fr. Christopher Metropoulos, President of Hellenic College Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology and member of the Advisory Board of “Analogia”....

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Orthodoxy Unplugged – Feast of the Annunciation

Orthodoxy Unplugged – Feast of the Annunciation

 Watch Now and reconnect with God during Great Lent. About Fr. Chris Makiej Fr. Chris Makiej is a priest at Saints Constantine and Helen Church of Andover, MA.  Christ in You is a ministry created with the purpose of seeking to awaken people to the truth of Jesus Christ and His Holy...

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What is St. Catherine’s Vision?

What is St. Catherine’s Vision?

Watch Now as Dr. Kyriaki Karidoyanes FitzGerald is the Co-Founder and Executive Director of St. Catherine’s Vision.  A theologian, educator and licensed psychologist and serves as Adjunct Professor in Theology at Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology. The author of the book, Women Deacons in the Orthodox Church: Called...

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House of Cards

House of Cards

Watch Fr. Michael Marcantoni as he speaks about the parable of the prodigal son. Our calling to forgiveness, to reconciliation is not conditioned by how others act. Our responsibility to mend what is broken in our lives, family and community lies with us irrespective of how others respond. His sons’ missteps do nothing...

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LIVE Adult Education – “Controlling God and Other Mistakes We Make in Our Spiritual Life”

LIVE Adult Education – “Controlling God and Other Mistakes We Make in Our Spiritual Life”

Most of us want to be in control of our lives. We don’t like it when things “feel out of control.” The message of society and culture is take control of your life and don’t be passive. There are books, videos, seminars, and speakers a plenty that advocate this message....

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