Today is Prime Minster of Greece's Name Day - 29 September We Celebrate Saint Kyriakos the Anachorite

Xronia Polla to the Prime Minister of Greece, Kyriakos Mitsotakis! Today, 29 September, the Church honours and celebrates the sacred…

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Global Orthodoxy in Need of a Theology Culture!

  In the Orthodox tradition, theology is a much-cherished reality; so much so that non-Orthodox Christians seem to praise the…

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Feast Day of St Euphemia the Great Martyr

On September 16, the Greek Orthodox Church celebrates the Feast Day of St Euphemia the Great Martyr.

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Light of Byzantium: A Global Art Tradition

  Byzantium has been, amongst many things, an inspiration to one of the world’s most interesting art traditions: the legacy…

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What Father's Day means in the Orthodox Church

Around Australia, thousands of Greeks celebrate Father’s Day. Father's Day truly honours fatherhood - fathers, pappou's (grandfathers) and those who…

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Archbishop Elpidophoros – Leading Proponent of Religious Peace in Ukraine?

Recently, an address of Archbishop Elpidophoros of America to the National Intelligence University, which took place on April 24 this…

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The Dormition of the Virgin Mary celebrated in Greece

Greeks worldwide celebrated the Dormition of the Virgin Mary on August 15 with great splendour and devotion, with liturgies and…

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Clericalism: Ecclesial Alienation at the Heart of Orthodoxy

In Dr. Vassilis Adrahtas' thought-provoking article, "Clericalism: Ecclesial Alienation at the Heart of Orthodoxy," the complex interplay between institutional loyalty…

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The religiosity of Christian Orthodoxy and the world

It is the demand for faith beyond religion, faith within and through the secular, faith as radical as possible in…

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Turkey finally grants permission for liturgy at Panagia Sumela on August 15

With a new announcement issued a little while ago, the Ecumenical Patriarchate informs that the Divine Liturgy will be celebrated…

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Orthodox and Catholics: To unite or not to unite?

With the conclusion of his series on Indigenous spiritual culture in the context of Orthodoxy, Dr Vassilis Adrahtas returns his now…

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Zelensky prayed with Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew in Istanbul (VIDEO)

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and the Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew prayed for the victims of the war with Russia at the…

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Thirty Questions Indigenous Orthodoxy Cannot Ignore

Dr Vassilis Adrahtas concludes his ten week series which explored the cardinal Indigenous concepts, beliefs and practices from Australia in…

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Metropolitan Cleopas of Sweden’s Speech at the Conference of European Churches General Assembly

Metropolitan Cleopas of Sweden delivered a moving speech at the General Assembly of the Conference of European Churches (CEC), which…

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Greek Orthodox Priest Suspended for Allowing Girls to Serve in Church Altar Returns – Watch the video

After two weeks, a Greek Orthodox priest, suspended for dressing girls as altar boys, returned to the church of Agios…

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What Would an Indigenous Synod Look Like?

A fundamental feature of Indigenous Australian lifeworlds is the fact that they are very much practiced-based and rather minimalist in…

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Greek Orthodox priest accused of using gay dating app Grindr in Melbourne

A Greek Orthodox priest in Melbourne has been temporarily sent on leave after allegations that he used the gay dating…

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Why Even Talk About Indigenous Orthodoxy?

Why should the Orthodox faithful be interested in things Indigenous? Why would Indigenous people be interested in Orthodoxy in the…

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Nikos Oikonomopoulos: A Musical Journey Fuelled by Faith and Dedication

Acclaimed vocal artist Nikos Oikonomopoulos connects with faith and fans in Sydney, firstly meeting with His Eminence ArchBishop Makarios followed…

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Dreaming Up Indigenous Orthodox Art!

Artistic expression is very common in religion; perhaps because art and religion have been cardinal parts of human life since…

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