The Example of St. Vladimir

People sometimes wonder why the Orthodox Church commemorates saints of the past during our service of worship to the One True God: the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. It is because they serve as examples to us of how we may better fulfill the commandments of Christ. In their victory, we are made stronger; we Read more about The Example of St. Vladimir[…]

In Honor of St. Nicholas

In celebration of the feast of St. Nicholas, we offer this homily discussing the life of the Sainted Hierarch and how he stands as a shining example to Christians today! Listen to “St. Nicholas – Charity, Zeal and Love” on Spreaker. It's only fair to share… Facebook Twitter AccessDeniedAccess DeniedZQZ2KJ4C3APRDF23T+HpGeZhg7N4HNqiGlKVStbmOj7UHCuzDs5O4rJ9SveeCBxjpTLbs+OmQQbgiMZV4P0WmCvFqWs= AccessDeniedAccess DeniedZQZEFH24M8AYW79SnguMzvshKUJcZH3mc2FR64o5ClREo4/HvjpRkIDzqKbxbuEFmlqr/zY+JjiQRWPNiKTXQI58HkQ=Google Pinterest Email AccessDeniedAccess Read more about In Honor of St. Nicholas[…]

Does the Orthodox Church Not Believe the Bible?

This query was posted on Facebook by a friend of a friend: Why are the words of Jesus’s disciples discredited but the words of people appointed saints not? The bible says it was inspired by God. Inspired meaning in the original language is “to breath life into” just as God inspired Adam. Does Orthodox religion Read more about Does the Orthodox Church Not Believe the Bible?[…]