Sermon on the Cana’anite Woman Matthew 15:21–28 As when a dog goes to his own vomit, and becomes abominable, so is a fool who returns in his wickedness to his
Sermon on the 8th Sunday of Luke 2 Corinthians 9:6 In today’s Epistle reading, St Paul tells us that, “He which soweth sparingly shall reap also sparingly; and he which
Prot. No. 71 CATECHETICAL HOMILY At the Opening of Holy and Great Lent + BARTHOLOMEW By God’s mercy Archbishop of Constantinople-New Rome and Ecumenical Patriarch To the Plenitude of
Sermon Sunday 4th of December Galatians 3:23-29; 4:1-5 In today’s Epistle reading, St Paul reminds us of the goal and purpose of our existence: “that we might receive adoption as
Εορτή Αποστόλου Ανδρέου Σεβαστοί Πατέρες και Αγιοστόλιστοι Χριστιανοί, Συναχθήκαμε σήμερα στον Ιερό τούτο Ναό, με την ωραία και κατανυκτική ευκαιρία του εορτασμού της μνήμης του Αγίου Ενδόξου και πανευφήμου Αποστόλου
13th Sunday of Luke Ephesians 2:14-22 Brethren, Christ is our peace (2:14) In today’s reading from St Paul’s Epistle to the Ephesians, the Apostle here provides us with a precise
Today we celebrate the blessed memory of our Father among the saints, John the Golden-mouthed, Archbishop of Constantinople, who is one of the most important figures of the fourth-century Church.
Sermon: 7th Sunday of Luke Galatians 2:16-20 In today’s epistle reading, we hear the words of the Apostle Paul to the Apostle Peter, who in a sense had made a
Sunday of the First Ecumenical Council Acts 20:16–18,28–36 John 17:1–13 Today the Church commemorates the First Ecumenical Council held in Nicea, and the 318 godbearing Fathers who were gathered there.
Sunday of the Blind Man Acts 16:16-34 John 9:1-38 The healing of the blind man in today’s Gospel reading speaks to us, among other things, of spiritual sight, the blindness