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Τό ἐπ’ ἐμοί, ἐν ὅσω ζῶ καί ἀναπνέω καί σωφρονῶ, δέν θά παύσω, ἰδίως κατά τάς πανεκλάμπρους ταύτας ἡμέρας, νά ὑμνῶ μετά λατρείας τόν Χριστόν μου, νά περιγράφω μετ’ ἔρωτος τήν φύσιν καί νά ζωγραφῶ μετά στοργῆς τά γνήσια Ἑλληνικά ἔθη.
Metropolitan Nektarios of Hong Kong and South East Asia delivered a speech on the Sacrament of the Holy Eucharist at the second ecumenical seminar which was held on Sunday, June 26, 2016, in Hong Kong.
Metropolitan Nektarios of Hong Kong and South East Asia delivered a speech on Baptism at the first open Ecumenical Seminar in Hong Kong. The Ecumenical Seminar was held at the Methodist Church at Wanchai, Hong Kong on March 13, 2016.
Μέσα στην κοινωνία της Εκκλησίας ο κάθε χριστιανός λαμβάνει χαρίσματα από το Πανάγιο Πνεύμα. Μερικοί νομίζουν ότι το χάρισμα είναι αποτέλεσμα της δικής τους «εργασίας», αμοιβή για τον «αγώνα» και «τά βάσανα» που υπέστησαν.
The word Pascha is a Hebrew word meaning Passover. In the Old Testament, the word was used to signify the crossing of the Red Sea by the Jews and their miraculous salvation from their persecutor Pharaoh.
Abba Dorotheos said: “Once, when Abba Zosimas was talking about humility, one of the Sophist philosophers was there, listening to what he was saying. He wanted to learn exactly what he meant and he asked him, “Tell me, why do you consider yourself to be a sinner? Do you not know that you are a saint? Do you not know that you have virtues? Can you not see that you are practising the commandments? How can you believe that you are a sinner since you do all these things?”
On the Sunday of Pentecost, usually after the Divine Liturgy, we celebrate the Vespers of Monday of the Holy Spirit. The service is known as the Kneeling Vespers because after the Great Prokeimenon the Deacon invite us to kneel. As […]
The fact of Christ’s Resurrection also provides the answer to the question of why evil, sorrows, pain and death are found in the world. Evil, death, and everything that wounds us were not created by God. All these things were caused by us, and we are the ones who perpetuate them by making bad use of the freedom that God has given to us. If today there are children who die from hunger, this is not God’s doing. It is our fault, for we do not wish to sacrifice our comfortable lives, and we prefer to bury various kinds of food to prevent prices from falling and to generate higher profits.