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(RNS) The Ebola epidemic in the West African nations of Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea has caused more than 670 deaths and more than 1,000 infections, according to the World Health Organization....

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The naturalistic reformers of nineteenth-century America call us to love this world and no other. We can't "save" this world until we save ourselves from distractive spiritual speculation, until we turn our minds to radical interrelationship....
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Editor’s note: This is a slightly revised version of an article that I originally published back in 2010. It’s also the first of a series of articles on the “Battle of Pacific Street,” and its aftermath. And just in case you’re reading this and don’t know who St. Raphael Hawaweeny was: he was the Bishop…...
Sunday, 27 July 2014 |

Saint Panteleimon, the Great Martyr

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St. Panteleimon, the Great Doctor and Martyr, was born at the end of the 3rd century AD. His father, Eustrogios, was not only very rich but was well known for his zeal in idol worship; whereas his mother St. Euboule was a faithful Orthodox Christian full of Holy Spirit, love and kindness. Her only interest was to guide her only begotten son in the...

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We must confess to our crimes and misdeeds against the gods of our people. Let us stop, reconsider, and change direction....
Saturday, 26 July 2014 |

Evangelical Monasticism – Part 1

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The Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ is glad tidings [Gospel= gōd  ‘good’ +  spel  news], because it brings into the world not only a new teaching, but a new life to replace the old one. The old life was dominated by sin, passions, corruption and death, and ruled by the devil. Despite its ‘natural’ joys, it leaves a bitter taste, because it’s not th...

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(RNS) Rabbi Regina Jonas' grim task was to meet the incoming trains and provide counseling to the frightened and bewildered Jews arriving at the Theresienstadt concentration camp....

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July 25, 2014 Monastic Conference

With the blessing of their diocesan bishops, the superiors (or their representatives) of monastic communities within the Orthodox Church in America gathered at the Chancery here for a “Synaxis” July 21-23, 2014.

In addition to spiritual fellowship and mutual upbuilding and encouragement, common concerns and the

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Encouraging faith-based perspectives in the United Nations (UN) initiated dialogue on culture and its role in shaping the post-2015 development agenda, the World Council of Churches (WCC) UN office in New York invites churches to participate in an e-consultation.

Led by the United Nations Population Fund, the United Nations Educational, Scientific

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