WSJ – ISIS Is Guilty of Anti-Christian Genocide

WSJ – ISIS Is Guilty of Anti-Christian Genocide

In a February 11 2016 WSJ editorial ‘ISIS Guilty of Anti-Christian Genocide‘, Bishop Demetrios of Mokissos calls us to join “Christians throughout the world will mark Monday, Feb. 15, as a day to remember the courage and religious fortitude of 21 Coptic Christians who were executed one year ago by Islamic State...

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ISIS Hacks into Parish Website

ISIS Hacks into Parish Website

      ISIS’s threats to Christians not only extend throughout the Middle East but overseas as well. According to a recent article from the Christian Post, ISIS just last week hacked the website of Our Lady of Mercy, a Syriac Catholic Church in Sydney, Australia. The militant organization posted...

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Terror, Violence, Fear, and Our Christian Response

Terror, Violence, Fear, and Our Christian Response

  Terror. Violence. Fear. Sorrow. Anger. Hatred.   These are only a few of the emotions that can pass through our minds whenever we encounter a violent and tragic event like the recent happenings. Whether it is the horror in San Bernardino this past week, or the attacks in Paris...

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WSJ- Islamic State Prevents Civilians from Fleeing Ramadi

WSJ- Islamic State Prevents Civilians from Fleeing Ramadi

The Orthodox Christian Network features the important work of organizations that promote religious freedom, defend Christian Rights, and stand against Christian persecution. You have our resounding commitment to be a resource of compassion, a voice of help, and active participant to helping all in need. The image we find this...

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Prince of Peace

Prince of Peace

  This article was recently published in Synaxis, a blog managed by the Office of Advancement at St. Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary..   We have all seen and heard about this barbaric, horrific, and frightening terrorist action that took place in Paris on Friday. Three teams of men, disciplined in dealing...

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From the Assembly of Canonical Orthodox Bishops of the USA

From the Assembly of Canonical Orthodox Bishops of the USA

With heavy hearts, the members of the Assembly of Canonical Orthodox Bishops of the United States of America offer their prayers for the people of France who mourn the tragic loss of life that resulted from last night’s terrorist attacks in Paris. We convey our deep condolences to those who...

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Paris Attacks Considered an Act of War by ISIS, Hollande Says

Paris Attacks Considered an Act of War by ISIS, Hollande Says

In Paris, France, President Francois Hollande has blamed the Islamic State for the terrorist attacks on Friday the 13th. At this point, it has been verified that there are 127 dead, 300 hospitalized, and 80 in critical condition after the Paris attacks. France is still under a nationwide state of...

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Paris Attacks – May our Lord, the King of Peace Intercede

Paris Attacks – May our Lord, the King of Peace Intercede

The entire world watched in shock and anguish last night as we learned through the news media that innocent people in the country of France were again targeted by terrorists.  The “Paris Attacks Were an ‘Act of War’ by ISIS”, said President Hollande of France. The Board, Staff and listeners of...

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Jerusalem is a People

Jerusalem is a People

With ISIS rampaging across the Middle East and civilians fleeing their homes, many worry that soon Christians will be an afterthought in the fabric of Arab countries. The extremists would probably like it that way; however, we Christians cling to many holy sites throughout the region, especially in Syria and...

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Bishops Speak Out on Violence in Syria

Bishops Speak Out on Violence in Syria

In a new article from the Christian Post, bishops of the Melkite and Syriac churches are quoted voicing the plight of Christians in the Middle East and asking western powers to support the Christians there more. Writer Stoyan Zaimov reports: “Syriac Patriarch Ignatius Joseph III Younan has warned that the...

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