IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: JANUARY

In-Case-You-Missed-It

JANUARY 2018

We offered 31 articles during the month of January. We hope upcoming months will be a little less busy!

Our Open Letter to the Assembly of Bishops shot to the #1 position of all time in under 48 hours. It has garnered more than double the number of our previously most read article, “‘Transgenderism’ Isn’t a Thing.”

On Adoption and the Unity of Believers in the Body of Christ

Immigrants, Cows, and the Gospel

Brother-Making in Late Antiquity and Byzantium: Monks, Laymen, and Christian Ritual

Mission and Ministry: Towards a More Engaged Laity

Call for Articles: Christian Unity: What Is It?

Islamophobia and Orthodox Tradition

The Consensus Patrum: What Is It?

Pre-Lenten and Lenten Reflections: Invitation to Our Orthodox Hierarchs, Priests, and Monastics

Sexuality and Gender: An Orthodox Way of Approach

The Words in the Dust

Christian Unity: A Catholic Perspective

Christian Unity: Union with the Trinity in the Church

The Promised Land? An Orthodox Response to Christian Zionism

Christian Unity: Eucharistic Unity: A Unity We Already Have?

Donald Trump and Orthodox Spirituality

It’s Time to Merge St. Vladimir’s and Holy Cross

Another January, Another Celebration of Our Moral Superiority

Many Wounds, One Savior: Fulness of Life after Clergy Abuse

Revisiting the Agenda of the Neo-Patristic Movement

In Honour of Patriarch Bartholomew: Orthodoxy and Ecology Conference

Death of Small Child Reveals Split in Ukrainian Orthodox Church

Sunday of Zacchaeus

Christian Unity: East and West in Marriage Counseling

White Supremacy in the American Orthodox Church: An Open Letter to the Assembly of Canonical Orthodox Bishops in the United States of America

Hate Group’s Matt Parrott Responds to Our Open Letter

Orthodox Christianity and White Supremacy in Its Own Words

Sunday of the Publican and the Pharisee

Juliana Schmemann, My Mother

Matushka Juliana Schmemann: A Small Photo Album

Can You Be Orthodox in Communion with Rome?

Open Letter Delivered to the Bishops