• Registration Open for Online National Advanced Leadership Conference

    Registration is now open for the 4th Annual National Advanced Leadership Conference. Held exclusively online this year, the event runs Friday, September 18 through Saturday, September -19. It is hosted by the Orthodox Christian Leadership Initiative and St. Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary. Read More

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    Assembly of Bishops Statement on the Tragic Explosions in Beirut

    We express our deep sorrow at the devastation created by the explosions in Beirut. We mourn for the people of Lebanon, who now face an additional challenge in this time of great crisis. International Orthodox Christian Charities (IOCC), the official humanitarian Agency of the Assembly of Bishops, is helping alleviate the heartbreaking impact of this tragedy. After conducting rapid needs assessments, IOCC released $150,000 in emergency funding. Read More

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    HCHC Classes to Continue Online for Fall Semester

    In a letter to the Hellenic College Holy Cross community, President George M. Cantonis announced that, in light of the continuing COVID-19 pandemic, the campus will not reopen for the fall semester and all courses will continue to be taught online. Read More

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    Webinar Announcement: COVID-19 and Challenges in the Orthodox Church

    What challenges does the Church face as COVID-19 continues to be an awful reality? Join us for a webinar on July 29, 2020 at 5 PM ET, hosted by the Orthodox Christian Studies Center of Fordham University and the National Council of Churches USA on “COVID-19 and Challenges in the Orthodox Church.” Read More

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    July 24: A Day of Mourning and Suffering For All Orthodoxy

    Video from the Orthodox Times on July 24th, a day of mourning. Read More

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    Day of Lamenting for the Reversion of Hagia Sophia From A Museum To A Mosque

    His Holiness IRINEJ, Bishop of Eastern America of the Serbian Orthodox Church, has joined the world outcry over the reversion of Hagia Sophia and has instructed his parishes to join on Friday, July 24, 2020 in a Day of Lamenting for the Reversion of Hagia Sophia From a Museum to a Mosque. Read More

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    APC Elects 2020-2022 Officers

    The vision of the Archdiocese Presbyters Council (APC) is “brothers who love and serve one another.” We come together, representing each Metropolis/District of our Archdiocese, with one voice united together for our beloved Clergy. For over 50 years the APC has stood strong, united, being an active presence and unified voice for our Clergy. Read More

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    Family Disaster Plan from IOCC

    Part of IOCC's work in the US is helping after disaster strikes, and just as important is helping communities prepare. That's why IOCC made a list of supplies and a communications template so your family can always have important information on hand. Read More

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    Release of “For the Life of the World” by Holy Cross Orthodox Press

    For the Life of the World: Toward a Social Ethos of the Orthodox Church has been released as a new and important book by Holy Cross Orthodox Press with the blessing of His All-Holiness Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew. Read More

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    The Death of Secularism: Russia, Turkey, and Western Cluelessness

    “Secular” is a tricky word. Most associate it with “no religion,” “absence of religion,” or “decline of religion.” At one time, it was pretty much the consensus in the Western world that with increased modernization, which usually meant technological and scientific advancement, religion would no longer really be needed and would simply fade away. This is one of the many examples of how irony drives history, as a consensus held by Western intelligentsia over the post two centuries—and with enormous arrogance—has proven manifestly false. Religion is not going away; it never went anywhere. Read More

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