AOI

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Called To Serve: A Basic Bible Survey for Orthodox Christians

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JTO 2

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Journey To Orthodoxy

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On The Inevitability Of Suffering

On the Inevitability of Suffering: A Sermon on the Cross By New Hieromartyr John, Archbishop of Riga and Latvia, who, for his unyielding witness to the Truth suffered many persecutions and was burned alive by communist assassins in the night of October 12, 1934. From that time, Jesus began to show to His disciples that […]

Sermon on the Nativity of the Virgin Mary

by St. Andrew of Crete Our father among the saints Andrew of Crete, was Archbishop of Crete at the end of the 7th century and the beginning of the 8th. He was a true luminary of the Church, a great hierarch—a theologian, teacher and hymnographer, best known for writing the Great Canon. The present Feast […]

"The Art of Speaking" Workshop

“An obligation has been laid upon me. Woe is me if I do not preach the Gospel!” 1 Corinthians 9:16 “The art of speaking comes not by nature, but by instruction.” St. John Chrysostom, On the Priesthood Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology has announced that it will be hosting the APC (Archdiocesan Presbyters […]

St. Paul – Apostle to the Gentiles

He was a student of Rabbi Gamaliel, and converted by the direct revelation of Jesus Christ, on the road to Damascus. Paul’s preaching often either converted his listeners or left them enraged, and they often had him stoned, beaten with rods, flogged, imprisoned and falsely accused. When he reached the end of his earthly journey, […]