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The Orthodox Church

Filed in Articles, Faith by on February 10, 2011 • views: 1394
The Orthodox Church

The Orthodox Church is the ancient Christian Church tracing its roots back to Jesus Christ and His Apostles. The Church embodies and expresses the rich spiritual treasures of Eastern Christianity. Historically, the Gospel of Christ was first preached and the first Christian Communities were established in the lands surrounding the Mediterranean Sea. On Pentecost Day, […]

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Kindergarten in Boyolali

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Kindergarten in Boyolali

Photos from our Kindergarten in Boyolali, Indonesia after the eruption of Volcano Merapi.

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Christmas in Koronadal

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Christmas in Koronadal

With spiritual joy the members of Saint Nicholas Orthodox Community in Koronadal City, Philippines celebrated the great feast of Christmas. Responsible for the Saint Nicholas Mission in Koronadal City is fr.Kleopas Daclan.

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Is veneration worship?

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Is veneration worship?

It is customary for Protestants to accuse Orthodox Christians of supposedly ‘worshipping’ icons, or saints. However, this is an unfair accusation, which has its roots in people’s ignorance on the subject.  In this study, we will demonstrate the true meaning of “veneration” and “worship”. “Worship” is one thing, “Veneration” is another We need to distinguish […]

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Are holy Icons “idols”?

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Are holy Icons “idols”?

Many are the accusations that Satan has accumulated with the passing centuries against the Church of our Lord Jesus Christ. By taking advantage of certain people’s ignorance on the matter, he convinced them that certain objects -normally venerated by the Church- are idols, and therefore all those who likewise venerate them, are idolaters. We intend […]

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New Orthodox Community in Pargambiran

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New Orthodox Community in Pargambiran

On December 25th, after the Christmas Liturgy, fr.Crysostomos Manalu visited the new Orthodox Community in Pargambiran. There fr.Crysostomos had the opportunity to teach the Catechumens and the Faithful about the Orthodox faith and life. In Pargambiran we need to built a Church!

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Χριστούγεννα στη Μαλαισία

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Χριστούγεννα στη Μαλαισία

Την Κυριώνυμο ημέρα της μεγάλης εορτής των Χριστουγέννων, ο Σεβασμιώτατος Μητροπολίτης Χονγκ Κονγκ και Άπω Ανατολής κ.Νεκτάριος, συνοδευόμενος από τον Πανοσιολογιώτατο Αρχιμανδρίτη π.Κωνσταντίνο, μετέβη αεροπορικώς στην Κουάλα Λουμπούρ της Μαλαισίας, όπου το απόγευμα τέλεσε την Χριστουγενιάτικη θεία Λειτουργία. Πρό της θείας Λειτουργίας ο Σεβασμιώτατος εχειροθέτησε Αναγώστη έναν Μαλαίσιο Ορθόδοξο νέο, ο οποίος προετοιμάζεται για το […]

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Theophany 2001

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Theophany 2001

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Theophany in Hong Kong

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Theophany in Hong Kong

The Orthodox Community in Hong Kong celebrated the great feast of Theophany with spiritual joy. On Thursday evening, January 6th, His Eminence Metropolitan Nektarios served the Divine Liturgy with double hymns and readings for the great feasts of  Christmas (old calendar) and Theophany (new calendar). After the Liturgy he celebrated the Service of the Great […]

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Christmas Song

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Christmas song in Greek by students of the class of the Greek language!

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New Year 2011

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Happy New Year! Wishes from the Orthodox Metropolitanate of Hong Kong and Southeast Asia.

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The Books of the Old Testament

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The Books of the Old Testament

The Books of the Old Testament When the Christian Church was formed, there was no recognised, official canon of Scriptures — the Jews were not a people of the book, they were a people of the Temple. When the Romans laid siege to Jerusalem, the Christians left the city because the results had been prophesied. […]

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