When St. John Maximovich was bishop of San Francisco, he would have an altar boy holding a towel standing nearby during the kissing of the cross. When a woman wearing lipstick would approach to venerate the cross, he would take the towel and wipe off ... Read more about Believe It….Or Not!
One View of American Capitalism By Dr Clark Carleton, - from Ancient Faith Radio Hello, and welcome once again to Faith and Philosophy. Today’s topic is “My Two Cents on Capitalism.” I’m going to return to the topic of theological language in ... Read more about One View of American Capitalism
The place of the Law of God in Christian theology has been a hot point amongst many believers. In the early Church the Law of God was constantly brought up to ward off the ceremonial practices of the Jews, especially regarding the Sabbath day. Many ... Read more about On Levitical Law, Christ, And The Church
Efi Sarri - The Greek Singer Transformed By A Monastery The following interview with Efi Sarri was recently conducted by "Down Town Cyprus" in the newspaper O Phileleutheros. Efi Sarri is one of the most popular singers in Greece who went through ... Read more about Pop Singer Transforms
An encyclical issued on June 4, 2013 by Metropolitan Markos of Chios on Christians who practice Yoga and whether or not it is merely a physical exercise. He basically explains that the Hindu religious practice of yoga was established for the sole ... Read more about Orthodox Statement on Yoga
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
From pre-Nicene times to our modern times, the monastics of the Church have kept us vigilant and sober, showing us that God does indeed call modern day John the Baptists’ and Paul the Apostles’. God calls these monks to live a life of purity not ... Read more about A Brief History of Monasticism
1. King George was no tyrant. He was a devout Christian man who loved his family and country. King George was not "insane" as many Americans claim he was. He became ill with porphyria, and lost much of his mental faculties later in life. He died of ... Read more about Facts About America’s Founding King
The head of the resurgent Russian Orthodox Church, Patriarch Kirill, said feminism was a "very dangerous" phenomenon offering an illusion of freedom to women who should focus on their families and children. Some three quarters of Russians consider ... Read more about Russian Patriarch Denounces Feminism!
It's miserable being an oligarch - I'm happier as a peasant, says man who once challenged Putin By WILL STEWART IN MOSCOW As the fortunes of Russia's super-rich oligarchs begin to crumble, a man who was once one of them has some surprising ... Read more about Family Chooses ‘Ascetic’ Life Over Luxury