Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Finnish Orthodox Archbishopric Throne to be Relocated to the Capital City of Helsinki

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Cherian Mathikere – (Chief Editor & Correspondent) – OCP News Service – 29/11/17 Global: The Primate’s See of the Finnish Orthodox Church (Ecumenical Patriarchate) will be moved from Kuopio to the Capital City of Helsinki. The decision was taken by the local council of the Finnish Orthodox Church. The change will be effective from the […]

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Syriac Orthodox Church Delegation from India Visits Patriarch Ignatius Aphrem II

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Syriac Orthodox Patriarchate – 29/11/17 His Holiness Patriarch Mor Ignatius Aphrem II received a delegation from Elamkulam Church in India, at the Patriarchal Residence in Atchaneh. The delegation was headed by their Eminences: Mor Dioscoros Kuriakose, Metropolitan of the Simahasana Churches in the North of Kerala and Abbot of Malecuriz Dayro, and Mor Antheemos Mathews, Metropolitan […]

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Why would a woman study theology?

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(from left) Communications Director Deborah Belonick with current Seminarians Laura Wachsmuth, Tracy Gustilo, Brittany Lauber, and Sophia Theodoratos, asking you to donate to St. Vladimir’s Seminary on #GivingTuesday, November 28.

SVOTS – November 2017 As a woman seminarian at St. Vladimir’s Seminary in the mid-70s, I often was asked the ubiquitous question: “Why would a woman study theology? She cannot be ordained.” But since my own graduation, I’ve observed the answer to that question a hundred times over. I’ve seen our alumnae become extraordinary educators, […]

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On the Cessation of Commemoration (A’) – Fr Theodoros Zisis

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Mark Ephesus – 29/11/17 This video introduces audiences to oft-misunderstood 15th Canon of the 1st/2nd Council (861) and the canonical practice of ceasing the commemoration of bishops who have fallen into heresies condemned either by councils or the consensus of the Holy Fathers. Source:

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