OCMC News – Over 200 People Join Orthodox Christianity through Holy Baptism in the Western Part of Uganda!

May our Lord Jesus Christ be glorified! The people of Rwemiriro village, located in the western part of Uganda, were prayerfully guided to join Orthodoxy through engaging in the sacrament of Holy Baptism. The decision of so many to join in the Orthodox faith comes after a long evangelism mission by Rev. Fr. Aristotle Asiimwe to […]

Βαπτίσεις – Ορθόδοξη διακονία στο Μαλάουι ( Μητρόπολη Ζάμπιας και Μαλάουι ).

https://ierapostoli.wordpress.com/2017/09/27/baptisms_diakonia_orthodox_malawi_2017/ «Εδώ στο Μαλάουι με τις ευχές του Σεβασμιωτάτου Μητροπολίτου μας κ. Ιωάννου, διακονούμε τον πάσχοντα συνάνθρωπο και μπαίνει σιγά σιγά, ο σπόρος της Ορθοδοξίας μέσα στις καρδιές τους.


The holy mountain: monks of Mount Athos – photo essay

https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2017/jan/05/the-holy-mountain-monks-of-mount-athos-photo-essay The holy mountain: monks of Mount Athos – photo essay Mount Athos is the spiritual capital of the Orthodox Christian world, consisting of 20 monasteries and approximately 2,000 monks. Photographer Rick Findler visited the oldest surviving monastic community in the world by Rick Findler and Matt Fidler


The innermost spiritual sense of Orthodox Monasticism is revealed in joyful mourning. This paradoxical phrase denotes a spiritual state in which a monk in his prayer grieves for the sins of the world and at the same time experiences the regenerating spiritual joy of Christ’s forgiveness and resurrection. A monk dies in order to live, […]

Education in God,By Metropolitan Hierotheos of Nafpaktos

Lecture to Athens University students in the Hall of the Holy Synod of the Church of Greece on the 2nd Sunday of the Lent 1989 (9th of April 1989).Education is a widely discussed issue in our days. The problem is that we have very much distorted views on this important subject. We hear various things […]

The life of Saint Arsenios the Cappadocian

The most Blessed Father Arsenios was born around 1840 in Pharasa or Varasio, the most important of the six Christian villages in the Pharasa region of Cappadocia. The now emptied village of Pharasa His parents were rich in virtues, and rather mod­est in material possessions. His father was a teacher whose name was Eleftherios (or […]