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Archons co-sponsor symposium, "Christian Populations in the Middle East Since the Arab Spring"
4/29/2014
On April 25th, Archon Districts 1 and 2 of New York co-sponsored a symposium, titled Christian Populations in the Middle East Since the Arab Spring, which was held at Yale University. The panel discussion featured three professors: Stephen Davis of Yale University, Ellen Lust of Yale University and Christine M. Philliou of Columbia University. Full Text


Hagia Sophia by National Geographic
4/28/2014
To review the extraordinary history of the construction of Hagia Sophia, the Patriarchal Cathedral church of the Ecumenical Patriarchate from December 537 To May 1453, view the National Geographic program below offered in English with Greek subtitles. Full Text


Preserving & Protecting the Unwaning Light of the Phanar
4/20/2014
As we Orthodox Christians celebrate Easter with family and friends, sharing the Paschal light and hearing the joyful pealing of the Paschal bells, let us not forget to pray for the Mother Church of Constantinople, the spiritual source of these sacred traditions, and His All-Holiness Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew, our worldwide spiritual father. Full Text


Patriarchal Encyclical for Holy Pascha
4/17/2014
The emotional state of the Lord’s disciples was grim after His Crucifixion, because by the Lord’s death on the Cross the hopes of His disciples were dispersed that He and they would one day prevail as political power. Full Text


Symposium to be held on 'Christian Populations in the Middle East Since the Arab Uprising,' April 25
4/15/2014
The Order of Saint Andrew's District One will be holding a symposium, entitled "Christian Populations in the Middle East Since the Arab Uprising" on Friday, April 25, at Yale Divinity School in New Haven, Connecticut. The event is being co-sponsored with AHEPA, the Hellenic Bar Association of Connecticut and others and will feature several prominent professors who will address the difficulties and plight of the ancient Christian communities of the Middle East in recent years. Full Text


His Grace Bishop Gregory of Nyssa leads 2014 Archon Lenten Retreat
4/7/2014
With the blessings of His Eminence Archbishop Demetrios of America, the Order of Saint Andrew was pleased to have His Grace Bishop Gregory of Nyssa, of the American Carpatho-Russian Orthodox Diocese of the USA, as its featured speaker for the 11th Annual Archon Lenten Retreat, March 21-22, 2014. Full Text


Hellenic University Club of Philadelphia co-sponsoring lecture on Cappadocia, April 11, at University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology
4/7/2014
A lecture, entitled, "Cappadocia: From Above and Below" will be held on Friday, April 11, 2014. The Hellenic University Club of Philadelphia is co-sponsoring this lecture with The Modern Greek Program at the University of Penn. Dr. Robert Oesterhout will be the featured speaker. Admission is free and guests are welcome. Full Text


Fighting for Religious Freedom: An Interview with Ambassador Andrew Bennett
4/1/2014
One thing is crystal clear from conversing with Andrew Bennett: his passion to promote religious freedom and enthusiasm to protect people persecuted because of their faith is prodigious. Full Text


The Balkan Peace Initiative, by Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew
4/1/2014
It is an honor and a privilege to participate in this distinguished gathering of the Balkan Peace Initiative. The subject that we have been assigned to address pertains to the rich cultural heritage that the Balkan people have in common. As a religious leader, what comes to mind – most naturally and most spontaneously – is the unique legacy bequeathed to us from Byzantium, both spiritual and cultural. Full Text


Vandalism at a Sacred Site in Constantinople
3/26/2014
On Sunday, March 23, 2014 at noon, a number of young vandals invaded the the courtyard and the chapel of Agia Paraskevi, the site of a Sacred Spring (Agiasma), outside the Byzantine walls near the Monastery of Baloukli. Full Text


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