... Please permit me to respond to your note addressed to Mr. Capra , together with your copy of The Orthodox Word . ... Were he able , I am sure he would want to thank you most heartily for your kind words and for sending along the ...
Joseph Hayden, Slavic Orthodox Christianity in the United States: From Culture Religion to Sectarian Church, (Ann Arbor, Mich. ... Eugene Rose, "Orthodoxy in the Contemporary World," Orthodox Word 5:6 (1969): 232. 28.
Author: Thomas E. Fitzgerald
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
Annotation. The first comprehensive introduction to the Orthodox Church in the United States from 1794 to the present, this book includes a succinct picture of the distinctive history of Orthodoxy and its particular perspectives on the Christian faith. Attention is given to the contacts between the Orthodox Church and other Christian churches, as well as its contributions to the ecumenical movement. Over 80 biographies of major Orthodox leaders in America also are included along with an annotated bibliography of the writings of the major Orthodox theologians.
Author: Fr. Seraphim (Rose, Eugene)Publish On: 2016-09-29
It would help, too, if the Lives of Saints were put out in a series with some stimulus for readers to “subscribe” or somehow be inspired to get the whole series.
Author: Fr. Seraphim (Rose, Eugene)
Publisher: Vladimir Djambov
"Lives of Saints are one thing desperately needed in America to give a dose of real Orthodoxy for those withering away from the two-dimensional academic Orthodoxy of Schmemann and the new “autocephalous” monstrosity. A word of advice: one of the best hopes for success is regularity, especially of a periodical. If you could put the Vineyard out regularly, even once every two months, you would have a good basis, both for financial support and for building a regular readership. It would help, too, if the Lives of Saints were put out in a series with some stimulus for readers to “subscribe” or somehow be inspired to get the whole series. The American Orthodox public is so undernourished with printed food that it has to be educated to know what it should read." / March 16/29, 1970/ ... How are we different from St. Maximus the Confessor, who when informed that three Patriarchs had entered into communion with the Monothelites said: “Even if all the world enter into communion with them, I alone will not!”? (This statement was repeated, by the way, by Metr. Anthony Khrapovitsky in 1927 against Metr. Sergius.) How are we different from St. Mark of Ephesus, who defied an “Ecumenical Council” and every single hierarch with the “Catharist, sectarian, delirious” belief that he alone was in the truth?!! / March 23 / April 5, 1970 / To All the Weak, the Feeble, and the Little Ones (like me) [С нами Бог] With love dedicated to M., and to M. Know that: /you better come to realize that:/ - You do what your father does - all the worthy things he does - you do, too! - You need only remember him with GRATITUDE every night and every crisis (at least) - and all his sweetness, strength, and riches - are yours (for the asking). [I hear some of you saying they know not their father! - They may well not know him - but their heart does! So you, too: ] You just listen: - GRATITUDE / БЛАГОДАРЕНИЕ ... You hear out (again and again): - GRATITUDE / БЛАГОДАРЕНИЕ ... And you experience: - GRATITUDE / БЛАГОДАРЕНИЕ ... At first it seems [as if] you were giving thanks - No! The second or the third time around you already know Who the Giver of all is - all you have to do is attune your heart, and let it FEEL the GRATITUDE /БЛАГОДАРЕНИЕ/ - and you experience the downpour of all mercies, goods (kindness), and all the merits of the Giver of all (ВСЕПОДАТЕЛЯ Христос) Christ - Who gives everything - TO ALL - hears everything and first responds to GRATITUDE / БЛАГОДАРЕНИЕ... And – yes! – you do what your Father does! With heart-felt GRATITUDE / БЛАГОДАРЕНИЕ... what used to be nothing more but mimicking or 'play' is all too real! You are still weak, feeble and little but you really do what your Father does! Слава Богу за все! С нами Бог! Glory be to God for everything! The Lord is with us!
Author: Nicholas E. DenysenkoPublish On: 2018-11-23
In the periodical announcing the act of canonical communion, the Ukrainian Orthodox Word published an English translation of the tomos of autocephaly granted by the Ecumenical Patriarchate to the Church in Poland in 1924.
Author: Nicholas E. Denysenko
Publisher: Cornell University Press
The bitter separation of Ukraine's Orthodox churches is a microcosm of its societal strife. From 1917 onward, church leaders failed to agree on the church's mission in the twentieth century. The core issues of dispute were establishing independence from the Russian church and adopting Ukrainian as the language of worship. Decades of polemical exchanges and public statements by leaders of the separated churches contributed to the formation of their distinct identities and sharpened the friction amongst their respective supporters. In The Orthodox Church in Ukraine, Nicholas Denysenko provides a balanced and comprehensive analysis of this history from the early twentieth century to the present. Based on extensive archival research, Denysenko's study examines the dynamics of church and state that complicate attempts to restore an authentic Ukrainian religious identity in the contemporary Orthodox churches. An enhanced understanding of these separate identities and how they were forged could prove to be an important tool for resolving contemporary religious differences and revising ecclesial policies. This important study will be of interest to historians of the church, specialists of former Soviet countries, and general readers interested in the history of the Orthodox Church.
Author: Archpriest Gregory NaumenkoPublish On: 2013-02-01
In one such paper I read of the appearance of a new high quality journal, The Orthodox Word, which Fr. Seraphim (Rose) and Fr. Herman (Podmoshensky) had begun to publish. Before that I even wrote to Holy Trinity Monastery, which sent me ...
Author: Archpriest Gregory Naumenko
Publisher: Holy Trinity Publications
Orthodox Life is a Journal published six times a year in English. It provides inspiring but practical articles on the spiritual life, contemporary moral issues, practical matters of church life, theological questions, and book reviews. This digital edition includes fifty articles that appeared in Orthodox Life between July 2012 and December 2011. This is the first electronic edition of this classic journal.
15. soborny—uniquely Russian Orthodox word denoting mystical unity within the church. Recommended Reading PREFACE Kallistos, Bishop of Diokleia. The Orthodox Church, 430 Revolutions and Reevaluations.
Author: Bryn Geffert
Publisher: Yale University Press
Category: Orthodox Eastern Church
An essential, one-of-a-kind reader, this book frames, explores, and interprets Eastern Orthodoxy through primary sources. It is the first comprehensive reader on the Eastern Orthodox Church for the English-speaking world and is accessible to readers with no prior knowledge of theology or religious history. Lively introductions and short narratives touch on anthropology, art, law, literature, music, politics, women's studies, and a host of other areas. These texts are brought together to survey the fascinating history of the Eastern Orthodox Christian tradition--From back cover.
Orthodoxos kosmos = Orthodox globe Published/Created: Brookline, MA: Atlantic Institute for European Affairs, [1996- Related ... Orthodox Eastern Church-- Relations-- Catholic Church Periodicals. ... By the editors of The Orthodox word.
Author: Carl S. Tyneh
Publisher: Nova Publishers
The Orthodox Church is one of the three major branches of Christianity. There are over 300 million adherents throughout the world. The Orthodox Church is a fellowship of independent churches, which split form the Roman Church over the question of papal supremacy in 1054. The Orthodox adherents include people in: Greece, Georgia, Russia, and Serbia. There are an estimated one million members in the United States. This Advanced book explains the basic principles of Orthodox Christianity and describes in detail the holidays observed by the Orthodox Church. In addition, relevant book literature is presented in bibliographic form with easy access provided by title, subject and author indexes.
Orthodox Life , bi - monthly , Holy Trinity Monastery , Jordanville , NY . 20. The Orthodox Word , bi - monthly , St. Herman of Alaska Brotherhood , Platina , CA. By permission . 21 The Paradise of the Holy Fathers , Sts . Palladius of ...
Author: Johanna Manley
Publisher: St Vladimir's Seminary Press
Cycle of daily Gospel and Epistle readings based on the movable calendar, which starts with Easter (Pascha), includes the fifty days after the Resurrection, Pentecost and the 37 weeks that followed, the Week of the Publican and the Pharisee, followed by the Triodion, which begins 10 weeks before Easter, and includes the Preparation for Lent, Graet Lent and Holy Week. This work is particularly addressed to those who set aside an hour daily for prayer and meditation. Appendices are added for Sunday matins, major fixed feasts such as Nativity, Theophany and other Feast days of Martyrsm saints. But since this volume is not arranged according to the fixed calendar which lists all the saints and fixed feasts for each day of the month, a suitable companion would be a Menaion, which provides a fuller treatment of the major feast days, and the flow of church seasons.
The root image of the synodal gathering ( sobor ) remains an important element in Orthodox usage of this word . [ Trans , note . ] 98 Basil the Great , Homilies on the Hexaemeron 1.5 , PG 29.13A - B . 99 The Divine Names 10.3 ...
Author: Dumitru Staniloae
Publisher: A&C Black
The long-awaited second of six planned volumes in translation of this, the greatest masterpiece of modern Orthodox theology. Staniloae develops a theology of creation, humanity, the unseen world of angels and demons, the fall of humanity, providence and the deification of the world.
Author: Ph. D. D. H. StamatisPublish On: 2019-03-26
So, this book is about that original Christianity - the Orthodox faith - that has kept both beliefs and traditions of the original preaching of Christ, Apostles, St. Paul and all those who have followed in their steps.
Author: Ph. D. D. H. Stamatis
Publisher: Bookstand Publishing
When the word "orthodox" is used many people from all walks of life, associate it with the "Orthodox Jew." To be sure, there are Orthodox Jews but in this book the word is associated with the Eastern Orthodox Church which is the original Christian faith. Etymologically the word is of Greek origin, meaning: Orthos - correct + doxa- glory. It came about as a useful word in the religion context when in 1054 A.D. the then "Christian Church" split in two factions. The one who rebelled against the traditional church took the name of Roman Catholic Church - indicating a global entity, and the one which remained true to the original teachings of Christ, Apostles and the early Fathers of the Church, which took the name Orthodox. So, this book is about that original Christianity - the Orthodox faith - that has kept both beliefs and traditions of the original preaching of Christ, Apostles, St. Paul and all those who have followed in their steps. Specifically, it accounts why I have chosen Christianity and Orthodoxy to be my guiding light. In my pursuit for the selection of the true way, the truth and the life, I have taken the time to record my research and give the reader a summary of my journey and my decision. I hope that my arguments and presentation can convince the reader to find their own path to this faith that is biblical, spiritual and therapeutic.
The orthodox word “ mortal , " has become a kind of key - note . ... and vicarious life of obedience , who does not without hesitation or equivocation , avow his acceptance of this term , as used habitually by sound Christians .
... of process may not one day be applied to the manner , dress , or religion , that he may see written Word ? ... utterly repudiate it as a rule impugning the authority of the written of life , and thousands of the Orthodox , Word .
They utterly repudiate it as a rule impugning the authority of the written of life , and thousands of the Orthodox , Word . At the present moment ( speaking who feel the inconsistency of standing out of English Reformers alone ) they ...