JUNE 2020

The Death of George Floyd and Its Aftermath

 Racism: Silence Is Not an Option

 Archbishop Elpidophoros Marches!

Boycott Pascha Press

Assaulted by Joy: Nicolae Steinhardt (1912-1989)

Do Black Lives Matter? Our Bishops Respond

You Go to Weddings, We Go to Funerals: A Perspective on “Black Lives Matter” from Down Under

Archbishop Alexander (Golitzin) Issues Warning against Father Peter Heers’ “Orthodox Ethos” Website

My People Are Hurting

Autocephalous Church of Ukraine Anticipates Recognition of Bulgarian, Cypriot, Georgian, and Romanian Churches in 2020

George Floyd: Most Powerful Statement from an Orthodox Bishop Comes from Palestine

Greek Orthodox Archdiocese Launches Resource Center on Racial Reconciliation

A Radical Project in the American Coptic Community

From Russia with Love: “White Privilege” Does Not Exist; “Black Lives Matter” Is Ignorant, Hypocritical

Black Lives Matter: A Reflection

Father Seraphim (Aldea)

Archbishop Elpidophoros Opposes Rod Dreher’s Benedict Option

Faith in a Time of Pandemic: Greek Orthodox Archbishop of Canada Silences Clergy, Professors of Theology, and All Orthodox Christians

Vatican II: Christian Faith in a Social Media Era

St. Mark’s: A Theological Academy with a Difference

Faith in a Time of Pandemic: Why Are We Sitting Here?

Faith in a Time of Pandemic: Orthodox Christians Ward off COVID-19 in Moldova with Religious Procession

Faith in a Time of Pandemic: Communiqué from the Ecumenical Patriarchate on Holy Communion and Its Mode of Distribution

The Eucharist

Happy Pride? Orthodoxy, Orthodouchey, and the Church’s War on LGBTQI People

Review: An Introduction to Christian Theology

Review: Plague: Untold Stories of AIDS & the Catholic Church

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