The Christians of Dachau

By Fr. Hans Jacobse Pascha, 2009 Every Pascha, I repost two stories on that tell how Orthodox prisoners in Dachau held the Paschal Liturgy during their liberation. The first, “The Souls of All are Aflame” provides historical background and detail. The second, “Pascha in Dachau” recounts the story of a prisoner who was there. […]

The Love of God and the Passion of Christ

On March 26, 2009, the Fellowship of St. James, publisher of Touchstone and Salvo magazines, hosted a Lenten talk by Fr. Patrick Henry Reardon, the pastor of All Saints Antiochian Orthodox Church in Chicago, Illinois, and the author of Christ in the Psalms and Christ in His Saints, both published by Conciliar Press. The title […]

Orthodox chant on PBS [AUDIO]

A small but delightful segment on Orthodox chant appears on the Religion and Ethics section of the PBS website.

Achieving Orthodoxy Unity

[serialposts] By: Fr. Gleb McFatter Sermon delivered on the Sunday of Orthodox, Naples, Florida, March, 2009. Pentecost In the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. Amen. This invocation of the Holy Trinity which I have just recited is familiar to us all. It is repeated often in every Orthodox service and […]

The Scandal: Jesus Hangs on the Cross to Forgive Us of Sin

By: Fr. George Morelli A Lenten homily. “Who can forgive sins but God alone?” Is there any doubt that the Cross of Jesus Christ is a scandal, a shame and embarrassment to anyone who chooses not to respond to God’s grace? Look at Jesus from a Jewish perspective in the time of Christ. They were […]