Category Archives: Anti-Ecumenism

Metropolitan Moses Celebrates Theophany in Greece

His Eminence, Metropolitan Moses of Portland and the West, visited Greece for the Feast of Theophany.  Every year, the bishops, clergy, monastics, and laity process to the port in Piraeus for the Blessing of the Waters.  His Eminence addressed the … Continue reading

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The Non-Christian Ecumenism of the Vatican

I recently watch this excellent video regarding the ecumenistic activities of the New Calendarists and those in communion with the New Calendarists: The actions by the hierarchs of the New Calendarists, or so-called “Orthodox Ecumenists”, is entirely foreign and unacceptable … Continue reading

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Orthodox Ecclesiology by Dr. Alexander Kalomiros

Dr. Alexander Kalomiros wrote a very important book against the heresy of ecumenism, titled Against False Union.  In it, Dr. Alexander makes a very necessary word that is, in our day and age, constantly being redefined: the word catholic.  A … Continue reading

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The Apostles’ Fast

The Apostles’ Fast starts tomorrow, Monday, June 7 os/20 ns, 2011, and lasts until June 29 os/July 12 ns, on which day we celebrate the feast of Saints Peter and Paul.  This is an ancient fast of the Church, and … Continue reading

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The First Sorrowful Epistle

The First Sorrowful Epistle of Metropolitan St Philaret, the reposed first-hierarch of ROCOR, was written in 1969 against the various ecumenical activities that were occurring at the time.  At their ordination, Orthodox Christian bishops make a promise to preserve the … Continue reading

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Will the Heterodox Be Saved?

Metropolitan Saint Philaret, the reposed first-hierarch of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia (ROCOR), wrote a response to the question, “Will the heterodox be saved?” His response is very important.  St Philaret expresses the love that is found within the … 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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