Register for annual Christian Ed Institute November 5-8

The 2015 Orthodox Institute—“Building on the Foundation of Faith: Adult Education”—will be held at Antiochian Village here November 5-8, 2015.  The annual gathering is being cosponsored by the Orthodox Christian Education Commission [OCEC] and the religious education departments of the Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America, the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America and the ...

Second Sunday in Lent: St. Gregory Palamas

March 2015 Planting the doctrines of Orthodoxy, uprooting the thistles of wicked opinion, O blessed one, and growing well the plant of faith with the rain of thy sayings, thou didst offer to God, like a good farmer, ears a hundred fold. + Orthros of the Feast, Tone 1 On the second Sunday of Lent, we celebrate the ...

Three Candidates for the Office of Metropolitan of Antiochian Archdiocese of North America and Canada Chosen

June 2014 On June 5, 2014, hierarchs, clergy, and laity delegates convened in Chicago, IL at the Hyatt Regency Hotel to participate in the historic Archdiocese Special Convention, with the purpose of selecting three candidates whose names will be submitted to the Holy Synod of the Patriarchate of Antioch for the office of Metropolitan of the Antiochian Archdiocese of North ...

Emmy Award Winning Hollywood Actor Jonathan Jackson Converts to Orthodoxy

29/6/2012 Personal Website: Wikipedia Profile: Jonathan Jackson is a 4-TIME EMMY AWARD WINNING ACTOR He was a former Seventh-Day Adventist who converted to holy Orthodox in the year 2012. Actor Jonathan Jackson, who plays Lucky Spencer on the soap opera “General Hospital,” won the trophy for Best Supporting Actor at the Daytime Emmys on Saturday night. He took the opportunity to ...

Local Priest and Author Explores Orthodoxy in new Book

22/6/2011 He says theology is not just theory and doctrine matters. Special to the Emmaus Patch by the Rev. Fr. Andrew Stephen Damick I am not a theologian. In the tradition of the Orthodox Church (known sometimes as Eastern Orthodoxy), theologian is reserved for the handful of people who pray truly—saints. It doesn’t belong to academics, and ...