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Second Sunday of Luke (2 Corinthians 1:21-2:4 and Luke 6:31-36) – The Quality of Mercy

Author: Fr George Dimopoulos Source: Orthodox Sermons for all the Sundays of the Year – Volume I Publisher: Christian Orthodox Editions “Be ye therefore, merciful as your Father is also merciful”. (Luke 6:31-36) One of the most outstanding verses of Holy Scripture, dear brethren, is contained in today’s Gospel reading. The Roman Emperor, Alexander Severus, was so deeply impressed by ... Read More »

Episcopal Assembly of Oceania marks the 1,700th Anniversary of the Edict of Milan

The Episcopal Assembly of Oceania solemnly marked the 1,700th Anniversary of the issuance of the Edict of Milan by the Roman Emperor St Constantine the Great in 313 AD with the Pan-Orthodox celebration of Great Vespers for Feast of Sts Constantine and Helen on Monday evening, 20 May 2013. This special Inter-Orthodox commemoration was hosted by the Greek Orthodox Church of ... Read More »