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National Commander Emeritus, Archon Megas Aktouarios Dr. Chris Philip fell asleep in the Lord, July 2, 2015
7/6/2015
The Order of Saint Andrew mourns the passing of our dear National Commander Emeritus Dr. Chris Philip, Archon Megas Aktouarios who fell asleep in the Lord on July 2, 2015, the day before his birthday. Full Text


Please View Documentary PISTEVO "I believe"–The sacred theology of Iconography Comes to Life
6/22/2015
PISTEVO "I believe", a stunning 17-minute film packed with vivid imagery depicting the life of Jesus Christ and His saints, will be screened on June 21, 2015 at the Greek Orthodox Church of our Saviour in Rye, New York. The independent documentary short depicts a community coming together to complete the centuries-old mission of iconography. Media are invited to visit the church for the luncheon/screening in addition to gathering interviews with principles involved in the film. Full Text


NY Times reports on 'Climate Change and Moral Responsibility'
6/22/2015
On Tuesday, the British medical journal The Lancet will publish a landmark report highlighting the inalienable and undeniable link between climate change and human health. We warmly welcome the report’s message of hope, which confirms the fact that climate change is more than just a technical or financial challenge (as Pope Francis did in his encyclical letter on June 18) and confirms the voice of health in the discussion on climate change. Indeed, the central premise of the Lancet commission’s work is that tackling climate change could be the single greatest health opportunity of the 21st century. Full Text


Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew's Response to Pope Francis' Climate Encyclical
6/22/2015
TIME magazine website published today an exclusive article outlining the response of His All-Holiness Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew to the Climate Encyclical Letter of Pope Francis Laudato Si’, presented this morning at the Vatican. Full Text


Congressman Chris Smith's US Helsinki Commission Hearing on "A Century of Denial: The Armenian Genocide and the Ongoing Quest for Justice"
5/8/2015
On Thursday, April 23, 2015, the Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe, also known as the Helsinki Commission, held a hearing on "A Century of Denial: The Armenian Genocide and the Ongoing Quest for Justice" at the Rayburn House Office Building in Washington, D.C. Full Text


2015 USCIRF report identifies worst religious freedom violators; identifies Turkey as "serious" violator
5/8/2015
The United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) announced its 2015 recommendations to Congress, the White House, and the State Department. Full Text


Halki Summit II to focus on "Theology, Ecology, and the Word," June 8-10
5/8/2015
His All-Holiness Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew is hosting the second Halki Summit on “Theology, Ecology, and the Word.” Co-sponsored by Southern New Hampshire University, the summit will be held on the island of Halki from June 8-10, 2015. Full Text


USCIRF Commemorates the Centennial Anniversary of the Armenian Genocide
5/7/2015
The U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) today solemnly marks the 100 year anniversary of the tragic killing of over one million Armenians in what is now modern-day Turkey. USCIRF recognizes the profound significance of this day and the deep wounds it continues to evoke for the Armenian people, and the other religious and ethnic communities who were victims of the horrible events of 1915. Full Text


Barnabas Aid reports on 'Remembering the Forgotten Genocide'
4/23/2015
In 1900 Christians constituted around 32% of Ottoman Turkey’s population. Just 27 years later the figure was down to about 1.8%. Full Text


Gatestone Institute reports on 'Churches in Turkey on the Verge of Extinction'
4/23/2015
One of the common features of the Ottoman Empire and modern Turkey seems to be their intolerance of churches. Full Text


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