Carrying the Cross

By H.G. Bishop Serapion Our Church celebrates two feasts for the Cross. One is on Parmhat 10th (March 19th), which always falls during Great Lent. The other is on Tout 17th (September 27th), which falls at the end of our celebrations of the The Coptic New Year (The Feast of Nairouz), and this latter Feast of... Continue Reading →

The Gift of Giving

By Fr. Bishoy Kamel of Blessed Memory With only two weeks before Christmas, there was one lady ‎in the hospital recovering from an illness. She had a large, ‎loving family who visited her regularly and attended to her ‎needs. When she came back from surgery, she awoke to a ‎room full of several cards and bouquets... Continue Reading →

The Orthodox Christian and Spiritual Reading

The true foundation of all education is the word of God. Sadly, this fact is lost in modern society in our schools and institutions of higher education. Although society constantly invests billions of dollars in reforming education to prepare children and youth for life, the money is spent in vain as long as there is... Continue Reading →

Our Relationship with Christ

by Fr. Matthew the Poor He who was able to reveal this relationship with Christ is St. Paul who says: “For surely you have already heard of the commission of God’s grace that was given me for you, and how the mystery was made known to me by revelation, as I wrote above in a... Continue Reading →

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