Day Three of 3rd Annual Archon International Conference on Religious Freedom

Day Three of 3rd Annual Archon International Conference on Religious Freedom

Morning Remarks of Day 3 of International Conference on Religious Freedom. Photos: ©GOA/Dimitrios Panagos Video from Washington, DC at the 3rd Annual Archon International Conference on Religious Freedom Morning Remarks.  #EndPersecutionOfChristians. Program: Welcoming Remarks: Archon National Commander Dr. Anthony Limberakis Invocation: Rabbi Arthur Schneier, President and Founder, Appeal of Conscience...

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Crisis in the Middle East: Interview with Samuel Tadros

Crisis in the Middle East: Interview with Samuel Tadros

Interview with Samuel Tadros, Senior Fellow at the Hudson Institute Live from Washington DC at the 3rd Annual Archon International Conference on Religious Freedom #EndPersecutionOfChristians. Samuel Tadros sits down with Elenie Alexiou and speaks about the Christian Persecution crisis in the Middle East. The Archons of the Ecumenical Patriarchate are...

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FEMA Hosts Webinar on Active Shooter Situations.

FEMA Hosts Webinar on Active Shooter Situations.

Church shootings aren’t common in the US but there is a rise of Christian persecution around the world and it seems important to start the dialogue of making sure US churches are safe. Earlier this week I spoke with Dan Christopulos, Country Representative – USA, International Orthodox Christian Charities (IOCC)...

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The Study of Christ and the Glory of the Cross

The Study of Christ and the Glory of the Cross

Listen as Fr. Chris speaks from James L. Kelley about his book “A Realism of Glory: Lectures on Christology in the Works of Protopresbyter John Romanides”  James L. Kelley is an independent scholar based in Norman, Oklahoma. He has taught at East Central University (Ada, OK) and the University of...

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Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Chicago Remembers the Fall of Constantinople

Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Chicago Remembers the Fall of Constantinople

  Elmhurst, IL: The Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Chicago, together with the Archons of the Ecumenical Patriarchate and the Hellenic Society of Constantinople, hosted “Imagining Religious Freedoms and Diversity Beyond the Halki Seminary” by former member of the Turkish Parliament, Dr. Aykan Erdemir, at the 36th Annual Commemoration of the...

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Heavenly Shore

Heavenly Shore

“Through prayers and acts of charity for the departed, Christians demonstrate the relationship between this world and the world to come. The Church in this world and the Church in the next is one and the same – one body, one being- just as the roots of a tree, below...

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Refugees Who Could Be Us – NY Times

Refugees Who Could Be Us – NY Times

“The Syrian civil war has dragged on for four years now, taking almost 200,000 lives, without serious efforts to stop the bombings”, writes Nicholas Kristof in today’s NY Times. Personally, for the past several years, I have watched this circumstance, doing very little, thinking much, and intellectualizing the proxy war between...

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Purchase ‘I Too Am a Nazarene’ Pin to Support IOCC

Purchase ‘I Too Am a Nazarene’ Pin to Support IOCC

The Arabic letter “N” has been painted by ISIS/ISIL to target the homes of Christians for expulsion and obliteration. The symbol “N” stands for ‘Nazarene’ signifying that its residents are followers of Jesus of Nazareth. The Christian Relief Ministry of St. Katherine Greek Orthodox Church in Naples has been fortunate...

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