Metropolitan of Atlanta, Greek Archdiocese of America

Nearly two weeks ago, the United States celebrated the secular holiday known as Memorial Day. This day includes the solemn practice of laying a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, to commemorate all those who gave their lives in the service of something greater than themselves. In a way, this national celebration resembles the upcoming final liturgical celebration of the Paschal season, the Sunday of All Saints.

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Pentecost 2017 — Bp. ANTHONY’s Pastoral Letter

Glory to Jesus Christ!

God sees us, knows us, cares for us, and most of all, loves us. No matter where we go, He is there waiting for us. No matter who we are with, we are never without Him being with us. On Pentecost, we once again begin our daily and liturgical prayers by saying, “O Heavenly King, the Comforter, the Spirit of Truth, Who art everywhere present and fillest all things…” [Read the letter.]


Fr. Roman Braga, Memory Eternal 2 Years Today (April 28, 2017)

I was in Communist prison eleven years—in solitary confinement three years. I found out in prison that I didn’t know anything. My idea of God disappeared. But what I found out is that the God of the books is different from the God of the experience. Read more…




Holy Week: An Explanation

Great Lent and Holy Week are two separate fasts, and two separate celebrations.  Great Lent ends on Friday of the fifth week (the day before Lazarus Saturday).  Holy Week begins immediately thereafter. Let’s explore the meaning of each of the solemn days of Passion Week.

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The Life of St. Mary of Egypt


+ 522 A. D.

St. Sophronius explains reasons for writing this work.

“It is good to hide the secret of a king, but it is glorious to reveal the works of God” (Tobit 12:7). So said the Archangel Raphael to Tobit when he performed the wonderful healing of his blindness. Actually, not to keep the secret of a king is perilous and a terrible risk, but to be silent about the works of God is injurious to the soul. Read more…