Monthly Archives: March 2011

Loving Our Enemies

As Orthodox Christians, we must do our best to imitate Christ.  Part of imitating Christ includes loving our enemies.  Christ calls us to love everyone, not just those who love us in return.  He tells us to do so in … Continue reading

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Why the True Orthodox Are Truly Orthodox

True Orthodox Christians are often criticized for our separation from the “official” Orthodox Churches.  Yet it is this justified separation from the so-called “official” Orthodox Churches, who participate in ecumenical activities with those outside of the Church, that has allowed … Continue reading

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Greek Orthodox Church in Greenville, NC

This is the parish that I recommend if you are looking for a Greek Orthodox Church in Greenville, NC.  Nativity of the Holy Theotokos was founded in 2008 by Fr. Anastasios Hudson and local families to spread the Orthodox faith … Continue reading

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The Prayer of Saint Ephraim

Prayer and humility are always important aspects of living life as an Orthodox Christian, but it is even more important for Orthodox Christians to pray and practice humility during Great Lent, a time of repentance in preparation for the Resurrection … Continue reading

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A Good End

We know that we should live our lives like the saints did, yet it may sometimes be difficult for us to relate to the saints since many of them lived hundreds of years ago in a different era.  Yet, here … Continue reading

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