To Live is Christ
The Orthodox Church continues to find meaning in the past by reliving significant events. It does this through the annual cycle of feasts which guide us through the Gospel, and orients the entire Church as a family, coming together to celebrate them. The cycle of feasts harkens back to our Hebrew roots with important events serving as doctrinal signposts which illuminate the gospel. Learn more about the cycle of feasts and how it relates to our identity both as persons and as the Church in the following video from the Archdiocese.
Salvation in Christ
From Be the Bee, the seventh video in a series of eight which discuss Orthodoxy and answers some of the basic questions people have about the faith. This week, Steve discusses how we can summarize salvation in three words: Christ is Risen! Salvation, our participation in God’s true and eternal life, only happens in the divine-human person of Christ. He took on all that is ours so we could have all that is His.
The Unshakeable Faith of Elder Ephraim of Katounakia
Finally, the following video from Pemptousia in which Fr. Ephraim from Simonopetra Monastery speaks about the unshakeable faith of Elder Ephraim of Katounakia.