Serbian Orthodox Cemetery of Lipljan (Kosovo) desecrated for the seventh time Anti-Christian persecutions

For the seventh time, graves in the Serbian Orthodox Cemetery of Lipljan (Kosovo) were desecrated. The desecration took place in the night from Friday to Saturday, when there is no video surveillance. “The police and forensic doctors came from Priština, but we have no hope to find the culpr...

On July 16, Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis met with Archbishop Ieronymos of Athens at the Maximos Mansion.

The director of the Ecumenical Patriarchate Press and Communication Office, Nikos Papachristou, issued the following communiqué: “Allegations or in...

On July 14, 2019, Novak Djokovic  won his 5th Wimbledon title, after an almost 5-hour epic match against Roger Federer. But before being number 1 t...

On July 14, Patriarch Bartholomew presided the Sunday Divine Liturgy celebrated in St. George’s Patriarchal Church, at the Phanar. Faithful were pr...

In his July 14th Sunday homily, Patriarch Daniel spoke about loneliness, a real disease of our century, as well as the actions we must undertake to...

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July 19 Fast Uncovering of the Relics of Ven. Seraphim of Sarov (1903). Ven. Macrina, sister of St. Basil the Great (380). Ven. Dius, Abbot, of Ant...



Conference in Fribourg: “Russia, Ukraine, Belarus: A Common Civilizational Space?”

On June 1st, the conference “Russia, Ukraine, Belarus: A Common Civilizational Space?” will take place at the University of Fribourg, S...

On June 1st, the conference “Russia, Ukraine, Belarus: A Common Civilizational Space?” will take place at the University of Fribourg, S...

Patriarch Kirill’s homily on the occasion of All Saints church consecration in Strasbourg

On May 26, 2019, the 5th Sunday of Pascha, His Holiness Patriarch Kirill of Moscow and All Russia celebrated the great consecration of the Church d...

On May 26, 2019, the 5th Sunday of Pascha, His Holiness Patriarch Kirill of Moscow and All Russia celebrated the great consecration of the Church d...

Symposium in Thessaloniki.

Serbian Orthodox Cemetery of Lipljan (Kosovo) desecrated for the seventh time

For the seventh time, graves in the Serbian Orthodox Cemetery of Lipljan (Kosovo) were desecrated. The desecration took place in the night from Fri...

An icon of the Theotokos is exuding fragrant oil in the Lviv region (Ukraine)

On July 9, the day of the commemoration of the  Lviv Tikhvin Weeping Icon of the Mother of God, a copy of this icon exuded a scented oil (myron) in...

“I am looking forward to a substantial collaboration with the Church”, said the Greek...

On July 16, Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis met with Archbishop Ieronymos of Athens at the Maximos Mansion.

The Ecumenical Patriarchate denies receiving “compensation” in return for the grantin...

The director of the Ecumenical Patriarchate Press and Communication Office, Nikos Papachristou, issued the following communiqué: “Allegations or in...

Orthodoxy in Fiji

Father Michel Psaromatis, accompanied by his collaborators, recently visited the mission in the Republic of Fiji, in the New Zealand metropolis und...

Patronal Feast of the Orthodox University of Congo in Kinshasa

The Orthodox Theological Faculty of the University of Congo solemnly celebrated its patron saint, Saint Athanasius the Athonite.

Metropolitan Tikhon (OCA), guest of Patriarch Bartholomew in Cappadocia

On June 23, 2019, the Sunday of all Saints, Patriarch Bartholomew of Constantinople concelebrated the Divine Liturgy with Metropolitan Tikhon, the ...

Joint Press Release by Patriarchs John X of Antioch and Irinej of Serbia

Following Patriarch Irinej’s visit to the Antioch Patriarchate, the following joint press release by the two patriarchs was published.

“A Boycott of the September 7th Extraordinary General Assembly of the Archdiocese seems unl...

Daniel Struve, the editor-in-chief of the YMCA-Press publishing house, and a member of the editorial board of the magazines "Vestnik RHD" and "Mess...

Report on Orthodoxy in France

On July 10, the Commission on Laicity/Secularism submitted its 6th annual report to the French Prime Minister Édouard Philippe. It includes many el...

For the first time in 31 years, the Louvre has acquired an icon

It is a 17th century icon of St. Phanourios.

Archpriest Alexander A. Winogradsky Frenkel: “Humbleness And The Spirit”

A new 2018-19 series of articles shared on the roots and the prospects that unite Eastern and Oriental Orthodox Traditions to the realm of Jewishne...

The foundations of Russian culture, by Alexander Schmemann

Alexandre Schmemann, Les fondements de la culture russe [The Foundations of Russian Culture], Éditions des Syrtes, 2019, 280 p. Here is our English...

“Detach them and bring them to me!” new book by Alexander Siniakov

"A book full of sensitivity and hope, written by Father Alexander Siniakov for all those who believe that there is no humanism without a search for...

"A book full of sensitivity and hope, written by Father Alexander Siniakov for all those who believe that there is no humanism without a search for...

Archpriest Alexander A. Winogradsky Frenkel: “The Local Saints”

A new 2018-19 series of articles shared on the roots and the prospects that unite Eastern and Oriental Orthodox Traditions to the realm of Jewishne...

A new 2018-19 series of articles shared on the roots and the prospects that unite Eastern and Oriental Orthodox Traditions to the realm of Jewishne...

How many Orthodox Christians regularly go to Church in Russia, and why?

St. Tykhon Orthodox University Press in Moscow published a book by Archpriest Nikolai Emelyanov, the vice-rector of the Institute of Theology of th...

St. Tykhon Orthodox University Press in Moscow published a book by Archpriest Nikolai Emelyanov, the vice-rector of the Institute of Theology of th...

The Kruzenshtern reveals its Orthodox chapel to the Armada visitors in Rouen

Armada is one of the biggest ship shows in the world. Its 2019 program in Rouen, France, offers something of interest to Orthodox.

Pope Francis was received in Bucharest by Patriarch Daniel of Romania

The Pope's visit to Romania began in Bucharest with a meeting with Patriarch Daniel.

More than 20,000 people took part in the Pascha procession in Yekaterinburg

The Orthodox faithful of Yekaterinburg participated in a procession on Holy Pascha, spreading paschal joy throughout the city.

Conference on “Chastity, Purity, Integrity” held in Jordanville (United States)

A conference on Orthodox anthropology and secular culture in the 21st century took place at Holy Trinity Seminary in Jordanville (ROCOR), March 7-9...

Conference call on Ukrainian autocephaly

On Saturday, January 26, 2019, (1-3 p.m. EST), the Order of Saint Andrew, Archons of the Ecumenical Patriarchate, will be hosting the first-ever na...

GRAMMY®-nominated Orthodox choral performances

The OCA (Orthodox Church in America) website reports that Benedict Sheehan, Saint Tikhon’s Monastery and Seminary music director, was instrum...

Uncertain future for Russian Orthodox in Western Europe

The Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople revoked the Tomos (Decree) which placed the Russian Orthodox parishes of Western Europe under its jur...

Serbian Orthodox Novak Djokovic wins Wimbledon 2019

On July 14, 2019, Novak Djokovic  won his 5th Wimbledon title, after an almost 5-hour epic match against Roger Federer. But before being number 1 t...

“In search of Russian consciousness”

We recently presented The Foundations of Russian Culture, a book by Father Alexander Schmemann. The French daily La Croix has published a review by...

Pictures of Orthodox churches in Japan

Several Orthodox churches in Japan are presented on this page (including our featured picture).  “The Japanese Orthodox Church became autonom...

“The persecution of Christians close to genocide in some parts of the world”

“According to a report commissioned by British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt, in some parts of the world the persecution of Christians is clo...

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