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[Music] Capella Romana - Lament for the Fall of Constantinople

Taking a bit of time off to contemplate this profound event.  We’ll be posting again shortly.

Music

False Ecumenism in the East: a betrayal to the martyrs


In the Catholic East, it is not uncommon to hear that we are the “Eastern Orthodox Church in communion with Rome” or “we are the voice of the Orthodox Church in communion with Rome.” … 1,537 more words

Church History

The Noblest Sacrifice: A Tale of the Forty Martyrs of Sebaste

    

        Emperor Licinius was a man unused to compromise. So, when his colleague in the West, Constantine, suggested an edict to tolerate Christianity, Licinius had at first refused to help. 2,333 more words

Short Stories

Vegan / Gluten-free Kulich Recipe

It’s Bright Week and Eastern Orthodox people everywhere are enjoying the bounties of their Pascha baskets which are traditionally filled with treats for breaking the Lenten fast: kulich, eggs (decorated or dyed red), Pascha cheese (creamy and sweet– can be eaten alone or with the kulich), candy, wine, sausage, and more. 812 more words

Pre-Paschal Reflections

It is ten pm on Saturday night. I sit on the couch in a darkened room. White lights peak through the window from the outside. We are the rare family that keeps Christmas lights up all year long, for who doesn’t need more light in their life? 257 more words

Faith

Fr. Patrick Henry Reardon on . . .

Recently I had the opportunity to sit down with Fr. Patrick Henry Reardon of All Saints Antiochian Orthodox Church in Chicago, IL, and speak about a variety of topics. 30 more words

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