Papal Infallibility Becomes Dogma

by Michael Whelton ( Excerpt taken from the book Two Paths ) Republished from: On September 8th, 1713, Pope Clement XI issued a Bull, Unigenitus, which among other things condemned the proposition that reading of the bible is for everyone, 1 and seemed to exalt the efficacy of grace to the point of destroying…

The difference between Orthodox and heretics

The difference between Orthodox and heretics in… medical terms And why common prayers are senseless Source: “Empirical Dogmatics of the Orthodox Catholic Church according to the oral lessons of Fr. J. Romanides” – Vol.B By His Eminence Metropolitan Hierotheos of Nafpaktos and Saint Vlassios Source: A previous article had shown that, just as there…


By Roshan Thomas (Chief-Editor’s Note: Roshan Thomas is a young college graduate who delivered this spritual address at St. Thomas Orthodox Church in Chicago. He is also an acolyte assisting the priest in the santuary duing the Holy Liturgy. We thought his efforts need to be encouraged and would becme beneficial to our youth; and…


by John G. Panagiotou Global: Growing up in my hometown, I fondly remember Mr. MacNamara’s corner drug store. There the kindly old pharmacist Mr. MacNamara would not only own a pharmacy, but he would have for sale all kinds of candy and nicknacks that only an old-fashioned drug store would offer. As kids, we knew…

Patriarchal Proclamation For Holy Pascha 2017

<p style=”text-align: center;”><strong>VOLUME XXI SPRING 2017 ISSUE 2</strong></p>   + B A R T H O L O M E W By God’s Mercy Archbishop of Constantinople-New Rome and Ecumenical Patriarch To the Plenitude of the Church: May the Grace, Peace and Mercy of the Christ Risen in Glory be with you All Beloved brothers…

Catechetical Homily on the Occasion of Holy and Great Lent (2017)

<p style=”text-align: center;”><strong>VOLUME XXI SPRING 2017 ISSUE 2</strong></p>   + B A R T H O L O M E W By God’s Mercy Archbishop of Constantinople-New Rome and Ecumenical Patriarch To the Plenitude of the Church May the Grace and Peace of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ Together with our Prayer, Blessing and…

COMMUNIQUÉ: Forum on Modern Slavery Held at the Phanar Under the Auspices of the Ecumenical Patriarchate

<p style=”text-align: center;”><strong>VOLUME XXI SPRING 2017 ISSUE 2</strong></p>   “Lord, free the captives. Remember those in mines, in exile, in harsh labor, and in every kind of affliction, necessity, or distress . . . For You, Lord, are the helper of the helpless, the hope of the hopeless, and the savior of the afflicted.” (From…


By John G. Panagiotou VOLUME XXI SPRING 2017 ISSUE 2 Many things are said and written about the great Cappodocian Father of the 4th century St. Basil the Great of Caesarea. In Basil the Great, we find the consummate theologian, liturgical scholar, ascetic and evangelist of the Faith. Too often, however, one more aspect of…


WINTER 2017 ISSUE 1 The Patriarchate of Jerusalem – 14/2/17 On 27th and 28th January / 9th and 10th February 2017, H.H.B. our Father and Patriarch of Jerusalem Theophilos sent his address to the two-day conference of ICCI & MUSALAHA, that is, the International Christian Committee in Israel, which was organized at the Legacy hotel…

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