By Hank Berrien An NYU professor of business surmises that because of the effects of the coronavirus, anywhere from one-quarter to almost one-half of universities in the nation may go out of business in the next five to ten years. NYU professor Scott Galloway also admitted that foreign students paying full tuition are the “cash […]
AMAZING New Russian Orthodox Cathedral Signifies the Rise of a NEW CHRISTIAN AGE!!!
Contrasting the last entry, Chrislam at the Vatican, Dr. Steve Turley gives an excellent synopsis of Orthodox Cathedrals, Orthodox worship space, and Orthodox worship! Enjoy
One-day Churches of Russia. Why Did They Build Them During Epidemics?
by Valentina Novikova Once there were a considerable number of them in Russia. The very name “one-day” (russian – obydenny) sounds quite unusual. And indeed, these are churches that were built in just one day. Sometimes work on such a building began even later, on the night of a new day, but according to this […]
In pictures: Networking in between DMOPC18 sessions
Over 100 digital media specialists from all across the world attended the 2nd International Conference on Digital Media and Orthodox Pastoral Care at the Orthodox Academy of Crete on June 18 – June 21, 2018. by Aurelian Iftimiu OrthPhoto photographer Aleksander Wasyluk took beautiful pictures of the DMOPC18 participants networking in between the sessions. Over 100 […]
Orthodox Religion, Unorthodox Medicine: The Rise of Romania’s Christian Doctors
by Sorana Stanescu A new breed of Romanian doctors wants to place faith at the heart of their practice, alarming those who believe religion and medicine do not mix. Cardiologist Ciprian Fisca barely got any sleep on last night’s shift, and his next one starts early tomorrow morning. But right now, eight hours before he returns […]
Why You Should Keep Taking Your Kids To Church Even When It Feels Pointless
Every Sunday families face the monumental challenge of getting out the door and to the service on time. In our house the baby always needs something right as it is time to leave. by Emily Carrington After a bottle, a paci, her blanket, and some coaxing, our eight-week-old daughter fell asleep on the way to […]
How Does Your Parish Rate?
From The Orthodox Church newspaper: A reporter recently visited 18 different churches on successive Sundays to find out what each community was really like. In every instance, he dressed neatly and stood near the front. After Services, he walked slowly to the rear of the church, then returned to the front and then went back […]
Russian Church has Built and Restored only Half of the Churches that Existed Before Revolution
About 36,000 churches have been built and restored during the recent hundred years in Russian Orthodox Church, head of the Synodal Department for External Church Relations Metropolitan Hilarion of Volokolamsk said. “According to the survived statistics, there were almost 79,000 Orthodox churches in the Russian Empire. Majority of them were destroyed or eliminated in the […]
The Irish-Egyptian Christian Connection
Ever wonder why Orthodox Christianity is growing so powerfully in Ireland? The Irish are getting back to their Orthodox roots!. Irish worker discovers ancient manuscript that links Irish church to Egypt. by Philip Kosloski In 2006 an Irish worker discovered an amazing find while digging in a bog with his backhoe at Fadden More. Sticking out […]