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GREEK TRANSGENDER LAW IS “CRIME BEFORE GOD”—MET. HILARION

October 23, 2017 Featured

Orthochristian.com – 23/10/17 The new law allowing even 15-year-olds to legally change their gender, recently adopted by the Greek Parliament on October 10, is a “crime before God and the people” and will be met with numerous protests from believers, the head of the Moscow Patriarchate’s Department for External Church Relations Metropolitan Hilarion (Alfeyev) of Volokolamsk believes, RIA-Novosti reports. “I […]

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ABBOT OF DOCHARIOU MONASTERY: THEY ARE PROGRESSIVELY DESTROYING ORTHODOXY

May 31, 2017 Featured
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Pravoslavie.ru – 31/5/17 Archimandrite Gregory (Zumis), abbot of the Athonite Dionysiou Monastery, has commented on the anti-Christian attitude and situation in Greece and the European Union, where rulers seem to be doing all they can to eliminate the Church, reports AgionOros. “Our rulers can’t stand all the smells of incense and candles and are consciously […]

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RALLY AGAINST ELECTRONIC ID CARDS IN GREECE GATHERS THOUSANDS OF PARTICIPANTS (+PHOTOS)

February 10, 2016 Featured News

February 2016 – www.pravoslavie.ru A rally against the new electronic “card of citizen” gathered thousands of people in the center of Athens, reports a spokesman of AgionOros.ru from the Greek capital. Representatives of clergy, cultural figures and scientists protested against the plans of the government “to enslave the freedom of the human personality by introducing the […]

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Metropolitan Amvrosios of Kalavryta: “We must defend holy Orthodoxy”

October 9, 2014 Featured News

Pravoslavie.ru – Athens – October 2014 The Merchants Association in Greece has secured Sunday as a holiday, despite the legislative act, adopted by the Parliament to make it a work day. Metropolitan Amvrosios of Kalavryta addressed the clergy, calling upon them to be as brave as the merchants and to defend holy Orthodoxy by all accessible […]

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