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Message of His All-Holiness Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew on the passing of Archon Depoutatos Nicholas J. Bouras
12/30/2013
From our Patriarchal and Primatial Throne, we have learned most grievously of the passing into eternal habitations of the ever-blessed servant of God, Nicholas J. Bouras, Archon Depoutatos of our Great Church of Christ. Full Text


The New York Times Obituary of Nicholas J. Bouras
12/30/2013
A member of the greatest generation and a brother in Christ, fell asleep in the Lord on December 22, 2013, while surrounded by his loving family and friends at his residence in Summit, NJ. He was 93 and was blessed to have lived a wonderful life. Full Text


Archon Nicholas J. Bouras falls asleep in the Lord: Viewing and Funeral Arrangements
12/24/2013
Archbishop Demetrios of America announces with great sadness the falling asleep of a truly exceptional member of our Church, Archon Nicholas J. Bouras, on Sunday night, December 22, 2013. Full Text


Encyclical of Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew for Christmas 2013
12/24/2013
Many centuries ago, the Prophet foresaw and announced with enthusiasm and joy the birth of the child Jesus from the ever-Virgin Mary. Naturally, even then, there was no period of census by Augustus Caesar, no place to stay for the safety of the Holy Virgin who was carrying a child by the Holy Spirit. So the holy Joseph as her betrothed and protector was obliged to lead her to a cave, a manger with animals, “in order to give birth to a child.” Full Text


Encyclical of Archbishop Demetrios for the Feast of the Nativity of Christ 2013
12/24/2013
In the culmination of this blessed season with the glorious celebration of the Nativity of Christ, we give thanksgiving and praise to God for His abundant grace and for His superb gift of becoming one of us through His Incarnation. This is a feast of joy and light. It is a jubilation on a day and a moment when God because of His great love for us took our humanity upon Himself. Through our Lord’s conception and birth, He entered our human condition. He assumed the flesh and blood that He created. He became man so that He might offer to us power over sin and death and the gift of total liberation from evil. Full Text


Christmas 2013: Remembering those who suffer for the Faith; Christmas Message from the Commander
12/21/2013
This year as we prepare to celebrate the birth of the Prince of Peace, we behold around the world our brothers and sisters in Christ suffering violent and constant persecution. Hierarchs, clergy and monastics are murdered, kidnapped and suffer unspeakable indignities. Communities are ravaged and churches destroyed. And we hear far too few voices calling for even their preservation, much less justice. Full Text


"60 Minutes" reports on the Copts, Egypt's Christians who have suffered one of their worst periods in nearly 2,000 years-Sunday on CBS
12/14/2013
The ongoing political violence in Egypt has led to unprecedented attacks on the country's Coptic Christian minority, the worse in their history. Copts, who make up roughly 10 percent of the Egyptian population, were the target of revenge by Muslim mobs this summer after Egypt's first Islamist president was overthrown in a military coup. Over 40 Christian churches all over Egypt were gutted by arson and looted – some over a thousand years old and full of priceless relics. Copts have also been murdered in ongoing sectarian violence. Bob Simon reports from Egypt on the Copts, in a story to be broadcast on 60 MINUTES Sunday, Dec. 15 (7:00-8:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Full Text


Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew to be honored by Boğaziçi University, Dec. 19
12/13/2013
Istanbul’s Boğaziçi University has announced that it will award two prominent figures with honorary doctorates, namely Fener Greek Patriarch Bartholomew for his efforts on environmentalism and scholar Dr. İsmail Beşikçi for his work on the Kurdish issue. Full Text


The Huffington Post reports on 'Hagia Sophia Mosque? Turkish Leaders Call For Conversion Of Istanbul Landmark, Alarming Religious Minorities'
12/10/2013
In this ancient city, there are few sights more iconic than the dome of the Hagia Sophia, towering over the old city for more than 1,400 years. Full Text


Pope Benedict's message to Ecumenical Patriarch on the Feast of St. Andrew the Apostle
12/9/2013
(Vatican Radio) Pope Franics has sent a Message to the Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople, His Holiness, Bartholomew I, to mark the feast of the Patron of the Church at Constantinople, St. Andrew the Apostle. Common concern for the plight of Christians in many parts of the world, and especially in the Middle East, was a central focus of the Holy Father's reflections. Below, please find the official English text of the Message. Full Text


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