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2012 Patriarchal Christmas Encyclical

+ BARTHOLOMEW By the Mercy of God Archbishop of Constantinople-New Rome And Ecumenical Patriarch To the Plenitude of the Church Grace, Mercy and Peace From the Savior Christ Born in Bethlehem * * * “Christ is born, glorify Him; Christ is on earth, exalt Him.” Let us rejoice in gladness for the ineffable condescension of…

His All-Holiness congratulates newly-elected Coptic Pope

To His Holiness Pope-elect Tawadros II It is with sincere fraternal joy that we learned of your recent election as spiritual leader of the Coptic Church, succeeding the beloved and respected Pope Shenouda III after his long and fruitful ministry. We share with the devout faithful of the Coptic Church worldwide the profound consolation that…

Orthodoxy Cognate PAGE Discovers Lost Orthodox Christians in Dindigul

Ajesh Philip OCP Ambassador & Correspondent EXCLUSIVE 01/10/2012 Tamil Nadu/ India: Dindigul in Tamil Nadu is the one of the oldest centers of Orthodox Christians. Metropolitan Mor Julious Alvaris(Arch Bishop of Goa and Ceylon) started a center here as part of his reunion movement to the Orthodox Church in India. More than 5000 families from…

2012 Patriarchal Encyclical for Pascha

2012 Paschal Editorial: We chose to print the following 2012 Paschal Encyclical of His All-Holiness Bartholomew I to take the place of our regular editorial for this season because of its cogency of content and pastoral impact. We print this in this section as this great archpastoral letter is more meaningful for our readers than…

Condolences from Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew I to the Coptic Orthodox Church on the Death of Pope Shenouda III

To the faithful people of the Coptic Church in Egypt and throughout the world, our beloved in the Lord: grace and peace from on high. The world’s heart stopped briefly in mourning as we all learned the sad news that His Holiness Pope Shenouda III fell asleep in the Lord. Yet, we do not mourn…

Exploring the Tur Abdin A Forgotten Treasure of Southeastern Turkey

29 /1/2012 PAT YALE , MARDİN Imagine a landscape of narrow country roads hemmed in by dry stone walls. Imagine village after honey-colored village, each with its church tower punctuating the skyline. Imagine golden-stoned houses blending softly into the scenery. The cotswolds in the UK? No, believe it or not this is a description of…

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.

We urge your religious conscience to generously contribute according to your ability. Your contributions will be properly channeled.

Please make your tax-deductible donation payable to The Voice of Orthodoxy, and mail it to:

The Voice of Orthodoxy, Inc.
P.O. Box 2621
Northlake, Illinois 60164

We thank you for your assistance to the victims of the Japanese Tsunami, when we had our last major campaign for raising funds for another catastrophe. You participation in that campaign was significant. We hope you will respond to this appeal with the same spirit of belongingness.

May God bless you and reward you for your great generosity!

Yours in Christ our Compassionate Lord,

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