Ways of the Lord, Now Available as eBook for Kindle, iPad, and Nook

Ways of the Lord, Now Available as eBook for Kindle, iPad, and Nook

Ways of the Lord: Perspectives on Sharing the Gospel of Christ  by His Eminence Archbishop Demetrios of America and published by the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America is now available in an ebook edition through all major online resellers including Amazon.com and Barnes and Noble as well as the Archdiocese’s Orthodox Marketplace.  This ebook edition of Ways of the Lord offers ease of access and reading using the latest features of Kindle, iPad, Nook, and Sony eBook Reader.

Eight decades of the Christ Saviour in Rio de Janeiro

Eight decades of the Christ Saviour in Rio de Janeiro

In Rio de Janeiro the 80th anniversary of the raising of the statue of the Christ Saviour with outstretched hands, agencies reported today. 

This statue is the fifth biggest statue of Christ in the world and the symbol of the Olympic games which will be held in 2016 in Rio de Janeiro.

New Department of Byzantine Theology of the University of Notre Dame in Indiana

New Department of Byzantine Theology of the University of Notre Dame in Indiana

As part of University efforts to expand its renowned Medieval Institute, Notre Dame established an endowed chair in Byzantine Theology this fall, according to a Friday press release.

The position will focus on the theology of the Medieval Greek speaking Church and is named in honor of Archbishop Demetrios Trakatellis, primate of the Greek Orthodox Church of America.

Russian sailors visit Metropolitanate of Montenegro and the Littoral

Russian sailors visit Metropolitanate of Montenegro and the Littoral

His Eminence Amfilohije Archbishop of Cetinje and Metropolitan of Montenegro and the Littoral recieved yesterday on Cetinje the officers of the Great assault ship of the  Black Sea Fleet of the Russian Navy " Cesar Kunikov".

The receiption and Sergei Foroponov, the counselor of the Ambassador of the Russian Federation in Podgorica Mr. Andrei Nesterenko.

In Afghanistan not a single Christian church left

In Afghanistan not a single Christian church left

There is not a single, public Christian church left in Afghanistan, according to the U.S. State Department.

This reflects the state of religious freedom in that country ten years after the United States first invaded it and overthrew its Islamist Taliban regime.

In the intervening decade, U.S. taxpayers have spent $440 billion to support Afghanistan’s new government and more than 1,700 U.S. military personnel have died serving in that country.