A Little Offering to the Blessed Virgin

A Little Offering to the Blessed Virgin

 Inspired by the documentary, PISTEVO, the Orthodox Christian Network will be featuring iconography and the Saints of the Orthodox Church.  Iconography, the centuries-old tradition of depicting faith through images, was the primary means of teaching Christianity until written records were formally canonized as the Holy Scriptures.  Please join us in raising...

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KITV: Hawaiian Wonderworking Icon Cures Girl of Tumor

KITV: Hawaiian Wonderworking Icon Cures Girl of Tumor

By Jill Kuramoto You would never think a tiny parish in the heart of Kaka’ako would house such a secret. But, its existence is well-known to those in the Russian Orthodox faith. An image of the Virgin Mary produces myrrh. There’s no explanation for it. Yet, for those who believe...

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DOAOCA: Hawaiian Myrrh-Streaming Iveron Icon to Visit Alaska July 18-30

DOAOCA: Hawaiian Myrrh-Streaming Iveron Icon to Visit Alaska July 18-30

The Orthodox Church in America Diocese of Alaska will have the honor of hosting the miraculous Hawaiian Myrrh-Streaming Iveron Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos. The Holy Icon will make a historic and culturally significant journey to Alaska under the omophor of His Grace David, Bishop of Sitka and Alaska,...

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The Ten Most Popular Orthodox Christian Photos

The Ten Most Popular Orthodox Christian Photos

In today’s world of “crowdsourcing,” one hears a lot about the wisdom of crowds. With over 210,000 fans on Facebook, the Orthodox Christian Network’s social media following represents a crowd of unusual size and wisdom. In the last month or so, we’ve shared a number of beautiful photographs of Orthodox...

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He clothed Himself with light….and a Navajo blanket

He clothed Himself with light….and a Navajo blanket

I sat crunched between the arm rest and the side of our small MD-80 aircraft as we made our final descent into Albuquerque New Mexico. It was late Sunday night after a long liturgy and even longer flight; my feet ached, my head pounded, and I was in a rather...

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