The life of our Blessed Mother Maria of Egypt
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Orthodoxy basically means true glory or true faith.


Many believe that Orthodoxy is one of the many "churches" around. Namely one viewpoint of Christianity, or others believe that Orthodoxy is a religion. Both these viewpoints are absolutely false. Orthodoxy basically means true glory or true faith. She is not one of the "churches" because she is the ONLY true Church of Christ. This naturally is not pride but the TRUTH. Since the Lord instituted only one Church, how can we speak of many? Moreover, Orthodoxy cannot be called a religion because a religion is superstition, it (every religion) tries to cover the psychological needs of man. In contrast Orthodoxy heals the spiritually ailing man (meaning every man) and renders him holy, this being the tangible and obvious proof of her truth.

Elders and figures of Orthodoxy
“Without love for the Saints, one's Orthodoxy is amputated and the feeling of orientation is blocked...
Orthodox catechism topics
The lack of knowledge of the Church's divine teachings is not normal... (2/10/2010)
Conversions to Orthodoxy
The webpage of the Holy Monastery of Pantocrator presents an anthology of such stories of conversions to Orthodoxy... (7/11/2011)
Saints of the Church
The Saints of our Church are not otherworldly beings but people like us... (10/6/2010)
Teachings of the Holy Fathers
In this chapter words of the Holy Fathers are published which are extracts from their in-God experiences...
Orthodox Mission Work
What's important [about mission work] is that the giving be true and total, without holding back, with a disposition to self-sacrifice and self-denial...
Apologetic Topics
From the first years of the life of the Church of Christ, there has been a strong need for apologetical expression towards... (25/9/2011)
Introduction of Apocalypse ... (8/5/2012)
Studentship in the Ecclesiastic past
Familiar and unfamiliar information pertaining to our Ecclesiastic History and Theology... (6/10/09)
Education in God
Holy Metropolitan of Nafpaktos and Saint Vlassios, Hierotheos... (5/1/2016)
Orthodoxy as Therapy
Fr. George D. Metallinos. From the Book "THE WAY" An Introduction to the Orthodox Faith... (5/12/2015)
What is the difference between Orthodox and heretic?
Protopresbyter John S. Romanides, University Professor ... (9/3/2015)
St. Panteleimon, the Great Martyr.
By His Eminence Panteleimon Metropolitan of Antinoes... (22/7/2014)
Heresies and Councils
By Metropolitan Hierotheos of Nafpaktos, "Empirical Dogmatics"... (15/3/2014)
Sunday of the Blind Man (John 9:l-38)
By His Eminence Panteleimon Metropolitan of Antinoes... (25/5/2014)
1st Sιuιday after Easter Sunday of St. Thοmas
By His Eminence Metropolitan Panteleimon of Antinoes... (26/4/2014)
The Paralytic Man (John 5:l-l5)
By His Eminence Metropolitan PANTELEIMON of Antinoes... (10/5/2014)
Sunday of the Prodigal Son
By His Eminence Metropolitan Panteleimon of Antinoes)... (15/2/2014)
Sunday of Zacchaeus, by His Eminence Metropolitan Panteleimon of Antinoes
The Son and Logos of God had one basic aim, namely the salvation of mankind... (29/1/2014)
«A man made a great banquet and invited many». 11th Sunday of St. Luke
By His Eminence Metropolitan Panteleimon of Antinoes... (14/12/2013)
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