Queen, Saint, and Stateswoman: Commemorating the ‘Lion of Georgia’

Queen, Saint, and Stateswoman: Commemorating the ‘Lion of Georgia’

If anyone insists to you that Christianity represses women or that Christian women are always under the control of oppressive male patriarchs, St. Queen Tamar of Georgia’s life and reign (1160-1213, r. 1178-84 with her father, and as sole monarch from 1184-1213) is one of the most profound historical examples...

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St. Catherine’s Vision Presenting Third Divine Compassion Conference

St. Catherine’s Vision Presenting Third Divine Compassion Conference

Mark your calendars!  On Saturday, Nov. 7th, 2015, St. Catherine’s Vision is presenting their third Divine Compassion Conference: “Women: Healing, Authority and Ministry in the Orthodox Spiritual Tradition” We are honored that Dr. Helen Creticos Theodoropoulos, of St. Savas Serbian Orthodox Seminary  and Dr. Evangelia Amiridou, of the Aristotelian University School of...

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Women in the Orthodox Church

Women in the Orthodox Church

Is there a place for women in the Orthodox Church? The Orthodox Church remembers the women at the Tomb of Christ on the Second Sunday following our Lord’s Resurrection. Listen as Fr. Chris speaks with Dr. Kyriaki FitzGerald, licensed psychologist and Adjunct Professor at Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of...

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