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Associated with the Neopaganism Neosatanismo?

Mr Lambrou Skontzou, Theologian, Professor. The modern world is literally immersed in an incredible state of spiritual decline.The spirituality of today’s man is synonymous with the occult and the entire spectrum of unhealthy mysticism, which is expressed with a variety of specific movements and groups. The source of the occult are common and diverse groups,…

POPE BENEDICT XVI REMOVES FROM HIS TITLES THE MOST ANCIENT ONE GIVEN BY THE FIRST ECUMENICAL COUNCIL OF NICEA

The Ecumenical Patriarchate Reacts. It is hereby announced that during its last meeting the Holy and Sacred Synod of the Ecumenical Patriarchate discussed the importance and the consequences for the relations between the Roman-Catholic and the Orthodox Churches of the recent decision of His Holiness, Pope Benedict XVI of Rome, to remove from his titles…

The Orthodox Church in Belgium and in Luxemburg

by Fr. Sergius Model Saint Amandus of Elnon – Feb 6 Reposed in the Lord † 675. Born near Nantes in France, he lived as a hermit in Bourges for fifteen years. At the age of thirty-three he became a bishop and preached in Flanders in Belgium, Carinthia in Austria and among the Basques in…

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The Voice of Orthodoxy, Inc. seeks funds for immediate relief efforts of Hurricane victims in Texas and Florida

The Voice of Orthodoxy, Inc., a not-for-profit religious and charitable corporation is raising funds for the relief of victims of HURRICANE HARVEY in Southeastern Texas and HURRICANE IRMA in Florida, who lost homes and their valuables and need immediate assistance for rehabilitation. Most of the Christian Churches have already appealed their members to raise funds for relief efforts of philanthropic and governmental agencies. These regions require billions of dollars for relief efforts and for rehabilitating the suffering victims who have no other assistance available.

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Yours in Christ our Compassionate Lord,

+Chor-Bishop Kyriakos of Chicago, President & Chief Editor