The Church as One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic

The Church as One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic

We saw previously that the Creed confesses the Church as an object of faith to show how, despite all its historical liturgical diversity (especially in the pre-Nicene period), the true Church was one, and the salvation one experienced there was not affected by where one lived. We look now at the...

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Το ζήτημα της ολιγοπιστίας

Το ζήτημα της ολιγοπιστίας

Ο Δημήτρης Καραβασίλης με την βοήθεια μια ομιλίας του Νικηφόρου Θεοτόκη, αναλύει το ζήτημα της ολιγοπιστίας και το αντιδιαστέλλει με εκείνο της πίστης και της απιστίας, για να καταδειχθεί οτι αυτή, η ολιγοπιστία, είναι η πιο επικίνδυνη κατάσταση στη ζωή του χριστιανού. __________________________________________ Posted by the Orthodox Christian Network.  You...

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Why Am I Orthodox? The Story of a Journey

Why Am I Orthodox? The Story of a Journey

“Most assuredly, I say to you, when you were younger, you girded yourself and walked where you wished; but when you are old, you will stretch out your hands, and another will gird you and carry you where you do not wish.” (St.John 21:18) Introduction – A Journey of Faith...

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Beauty is the Convincing Power of Truth

Beauty is the Convincing Power of Truth

There are many angles a person could take when speaking about Truth, especially about Orthodoxy as the Truth. Elaborate lectures on the history of the Christian Church might be a place to start. But today I want to speak about something more basic than that. I want to speak about...

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Truth Telling

Truth Telling

Truth telling can be life-changing, dangerous, liberating. In the Gospel of John, Jesus tells us that we will know the truth, and “the truth will make you free.” (John 8:32). Listen in as Aristotle Papanikolaou talks with us about truth telling and how it influences our understanding of ourselves, sin,...

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What do you know about the Nicene Creed?

What do you know about the Nicene Creed?

Fr. Thomas Hopko joins us to talk about the Creed we Orthodox recite every Sunday in church. Although most of us have memorized it, there is always more to learn about its origins and its meaning, both in church history and in our life of faith. For example, did you...

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Saving Your Marriage

Saving Your Marriage

Our guest today is Lea Povozhaev who is talking about her new book, When Russia Came to Stay. She shares the true story of her complicated marriage. As she says in the introduction to her book, this story is “for those seeking to stay together in marriage, to beat the...

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Fighting the Good Fight

Fighting the Good Fight

This morning, my priest was talking about the book of Acts. Specifically, he was discussing the dangers faced by the apostles and the persecution they had to endure for the faith. Yet, somehow they were always protected. The topic of the sermon was in line with my own personal battle...

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H “απιστία” του Θωμά

H “απιστία” του Θωμά

Ο Δημήτρης Καραβασίλης σχολιάζοντας την “απιστία” του Θωμά προσπαθεί να αναδείξει ένα σπουδαίο μάθημα ζωής που παραχώρησε ο Αναστημένος Ιησούς στον μαθητή Του καθώς και σε όλους εμάς. Posted by the Orthodox Christian Network.  You can find the Orthodox Christian Network on Google+.

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Modern-Day Miracle

Modern-Day Miracle

Fr. Dimitrios Moraitis of St. Paraskevi Greek Orthodox Shrine Church* in Greenlawn, NY shares his personal experience of a blind man being miraculously healed. Fr. Dimitrios first wrote about the miracle on his Facebook account several weeks ago. Here, he tells the story of what happened, opens up about the...

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