• National Philoptochos Society Children's Medical Fund

    Families

    September 22, 2017

    The National Philoptochos Society’s sixteenth biennial Children’s Medical Fund Luncheon, held under the auspices of His Eminence Archbishop Demetrios, Geron of America, and the blessing of Metropolitan Evangelos of New Jersey, is being hosted by the Metropolis of New Jersey Philoptochos and will take place on November 11, 2017, at The Venetian in Garfield, New Jersey. Read More

  • Not Afraid To Talk About...Poison

    Center for Family Care

    June 1, 2017

    The word pornography is scary. No, the word porn is dirty. Even in its shortened form, porn is just a word–a word that simply describes something that is demeaning, causes objectification, makes us feel funny, drives the largest slavery operation in the history of the world, and changes the ways we think and act. Porn, simply put, is poison. Read More

  • Starter Meals for Fasting Seasons

    Department of Religious Education (DRE)

    March 24, 2017

    Here are some more meal ideas to help carry you through fasting seasons, courtesy of Rita Madden. Read More

  • Care Teams Help Families With Problems

    Center for Family Care

    January 1, 2017

    “Please help me,” plead the 32-year old Christian woman, frantic after finding her 50 year old mother suffering a brain hemorrhage due to an aneurism. Secretly, her mother has been addicted to opiates; legal prescription pain medication prescribed by her physician, and illegal narcotics including heroin. This secret probably would have remained under wraps much longer if her bleeding brain didn’t send off a distress signal indicating that something was terribly wrong. Read More

  • Orthodox Church: A Pathway through Mourning

    Center for Family Care

    November 1, 2016

    Life is a sacred journey and a gift of God. Fr. Alexander Schmeman writes in his book For the Life of the World “All that exists is God’s gift to man, and it all exists to make God known to man, and to make man’s life communion with God.” As such, our lives change constantly. Along with these changes we may experience a sense of loss. Read More

  • The Trench | "How Our Thoughts Impact Others" | Episode 20

    Department of Youth and Young Adult Ministries (Y2AM)

    June 19, 2016

    Ever noticed how your thoughts seem to impact your day in a big way? This week, Christian explores this phenomenon, pointing toward how our thoughts also impact other people. Read More

  • The Trench | "How Your Brain Works" | Episode 19

    Department of Youth and Young Adult Ministries (Y2AM)

    June 2, 2016

    After a long hiatus, Christian returns to discuss neurobiology and some of its implications for how we live our lives as Christians. Read More

  • What Christians Can Learn From CrossFit

    Department of Youth and Young Adult Ministries (Y2AM)

    March 7, 2016

    As Christians seek to form a community, the fitness phenomenon, CrossFit, has a great deal to teach us! Join Christian this week in exploring how CrossFit can show the Church what it means to be a community. Read More

  • Golden Rules for the Golden Years: Resources for Caregiver Burnout in Older Adults

    Center for Family Care

    January 15, 2016

    The Center for Family Care presents "Golden Rules for the Golden Years: Resources to Help Reduce Symptom Burden and Caregiver Burnout in Older Adults", a webinar featuring Dr. Evgenia Litrivis. Read More

  • Holistic Healing in Byzantium: Modern Adaptations

    Conferences

    December 29, 2015

    This conference deals with the topic of holistic healing: What does it mean to seek the complete healing of a human being? Spiritual and medical perspectives are given and discussed. Read More

  • Mental Health 101: Caring for Emotional Distress in Pastoral Ministry

    Center for Family Care

    December 9, 2015

    This webinar featuring George Stavros, PhD, MDiv, Executive Director of the Danielson Institute and Clinical Associate Professor of Pastoral Psychology at Boston University provides examples of actual mental health issues as they have been presented in Greek Orthodox parishes, discusses the prevelance of mental health issues in America, outlines the importance of pastoral ministry to those with mental health problems, outlines the need for training for clergy and parish leadership around mental health issues, and provides a structure and strategy for developing strong mental health referral resources for your community. Read More

  • The Spiritual & Physical Heart: What's the Connection?

    Center for Family Care

    December 9, 2015

    Learn about the connection between the spiritual and physical heart through a webinar featuring Trent Orfanos MD, Functional Cardiologist. Read More

  • The Church and Families of Children with Special Needs

    Center for Family Care

    December 9, 2015

    This webinar discusses the role of the church in meeting the needs of parents and caregivers with children that have special needs. This was the first of hopefully many conversations addressing the many issues families/caregivers of children with special needs face as they seek to engage in their Orthodox Christian Community. Read More

  • What is the Best Age?

    Homily

    December 1, 2015

    The passing years, after all, do bring a decline in physical strength and endurance, as well as in the enthusiasms and idealism of youth. The fact remains, however, that older people also have advantages that the young cannot enjoy. I think that many would share in my conviction that the older years can be the most fulfilling of all. Read More

  • The Seasons of Our Life

    Homily

    December 1, 2015

    We can do this when we live with the assurance that God offers what we need so that we can realize our fullest potential, no matter what our age might be. If this is to happen in our lives, however, it requires our commitment to faith, as well as our acceptance of what God allows of struggle and what He provides of strength. Read More

  • Let Us Rejoice at Christmas

    Audio

    December 1, 2015

    Jesus Christ made this point clear when He said to Philip, "He who has seen Me has seen the Father." (Jn. 14:9). This is exactly what the good news of Christmas is--that God has shown us what He is like in the person of His Son, and has invited us to establish a personal relationship with Him. The tiny infant that Mary cradled in a Bethlehem manger was the "visible likeness" of our invisible God. (Col. 1:15). Read More

  • An Unsettling Report

    Audio

    November 1, 2015

    In a recent study published by the World Health Organization, recent findings about mental health issues were publicized so the topic would become a part of our public discussion. Because the problems of providing adequate medical care for physical illness, especially in third-world-countries, seems so intractable and daunting, however, the issues relating to the treatment of mental illnesses are often marginalized or completely ignored. Read More

  • Destructive Anger

    Audio

    November 1, 2015

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  • Loss and Consolation

    Audio

    November 1, 2015

    It is inevitable that in the course of our lives we will experience loss and the death of loved ones. This has certainly been true in my own life. Read More

  • Fostering Mental Wellness in Our Youth: A Parent's Guide to Promoting Resiliency

    Center for Family Care

    September 5, 2015

    This webinar featuring Georgette Constantinou, Ph.D, Administrative Director, Division of Pediatric Psychiatry and Psychology, Akron Children's Hospital, gives parents the tools to promoting resiliency in their children. Read More

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