The Orthodox faith is a communal faith, established from the very beginning as a communal faith (Acts 2) and transpired throughout history as a communal faith (see Edict of Milan and Byzantine Empire). As the west made her final departure from the ... Read more about Orthodoxy as a Community, Part I
The article below is from OrthodoxWiki. It has a loose description of the Orthodox term, 'diaspora,' that is used within many of our Divine Liturgy services. The article states that some Orthodox Christians believe "they are living as dispersed ... Read more about Secular Nationalism and Orthodox Christians in The Diaspora
The Canons to Sylvester from the Council of Arles (A.D. 314) It was excommunication all together for many in the fourth century who joined such things as secular government, acting, and other polarizations of Christian community and sanctification. ... Read more about Sobornost in the Fourth Century
Fantastic article from American politician, Pat Buchanan! Recent liberals, worldwide, have criticized him for this article. He seems to understand that Orthodoxy retains the power of the Holy Spirit to "make disciples of all nations." Orthodoxy is ... Read more about Whose Side Is God on Now?
1. Your Imperial Highness, how do you feel about Crimea becoming part of Russia? Has a historical injustice been rectified? Over the course of many centuries, my ancestors united many disparate lands into a single Russian State. Crimea is ... Read more about Head of the House of Romanov Grand Duchess Maria Vladimirovna on Ukraine
Liberalism's New Bogeyman By Michael McGregor With the world seeming to settle into a neo-Cold War paradigm, it’s becoming clearer that America’s policymakers are desperate to turn Russia back into the evil empire in the eyes of the general ... Read more about Liberalism’s New Bogeyman
Very soon after Russia accepted the seed of the Gospel (in the year 988) her soil was sanctified by the blood of martyrs. The pure young sons of Grand Duke Vladimir, Boris and Gleb, accepted death at the hands of a political assassin in order to save ... Read more about On Orthodox Monarchy
More than 1,000 people took to the streets of Bucharest on Sunday (November 10), asking for the reinstatement of the monarchy in Romania. People chanted asking for King Michael I of Romania to take his seat at the Cotroceni Palace – which is now ... Read more about Romanians March to Revive Monarchy!
From RT News The Georgian Parliament is to discuss the possibility of restoring the monarchy in the country. The idea was floated by the Head of the Georgian Orthodox Church and has been warmly greeted by opposition parties. With no end in ... Read more about Georgia Considers Returning to Monarchy
Saint Seraphim of Sarov, shortly before his repose in the Lord in 1833, wrote this letter and addressed it "to the Tsar in whose reign I shall be glorified." Tsar Martyr Nicholas II, Tsarina Martyr Alexandra, and St. Elizabeth the New Martyr of ... Read more about Saints Canonized During the Reign Of Tsar Martyr Nicholas II