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April 7th, 2022

The Holy Fathers Forbid Prayer with the Heterodox

Excerpted from ECUMENISM: AN ORTHODOX EXAMINATION, by Fr. Peter Heers


March 29th, 2022

Patriotism & War - Metropolitan Philaret of New York

Excerpt from "On the Law of God"

Naturally, one will love one's own family and the relatives he grew up with, most of all, and secondly, the whole country, the people to which one belongs. One is tied to this people both by state and civil obligations and by culture and customs. One is bound to one's people, to one's own homeland, and one loves them. This love for homeland is that Christian patriotism which cosmopolitanists so strongly...


January 13th, 2022

On Bishops and Catascops

-- by St. Andrew of Ufa in 1928

Repost from Catacomb History. Original article here


Excerpt: "What is Christianity? What is Church life? Christianity is an ardent love toward Christ our Saviour; Christianity is not an abstract idea but an unceasing ardency of spirit, prayer, joy,...


January 7th, 2022

New Lecture Series: The Revelation of Jesus Christ to the Apostle John

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January 5th, 2022

The Saints of Each Generation Form a Kind of Golden Chain

St. Symeon the New Theologian

St. Symeon the New Theologian writes,

"The Saints — those who appear from generation to generation, from time to time, following the Saints who preceded them — become linked with their predecessors through obedience to the divine commandments, and endowed with divine grace, become filled with the same light. In such a sequence all of them together form a kind of golden chain, each Saint being a...


December 29th, 2021

The Spiritual Reality Concerning the Vaccine

-- From the Editor

I. Introduction

II. Two Truths

A. God Inspires Doctors in Their Practice of Medicine

B. Contemporary Science is from the Occult Tradition

III. Samples from our Sacred Tradition

A. From the Lives of...


October 29th, 2021

Perennialism: The End of Ecumenism & The Transcendent Unity of Religions

Protopresbyter Peter Heers, D.Th, Lecturer in Ecclesiology, Holy Trinity Seminary, Jordanville, NY

Introduction: The Devil’s Dichotomies and Their End

A tried and constant tactic of the enemy of mankind’s salvation in Christ is to limit man’s choices to two options, which are seemingly opposed, and to block from view any other possibility, or rule it out as impractical or untenable. For example, one is either rational or irrational, supra-rational not being an option. Or, one...


October 26th, 2021

Fr. Ioannis Drongitis on Covidism

Interview in Four Parts

If you are in Fr. Demetrios Carellas’ email group, you will have noticed a four-part presentation of interviews by Fr. Ioannis Drongitis from October 3rd to October 7th. These reveal, to the English-speaking world, this priest who was not known before but we now hear boldly and “as one having authority” (cf. Matthew 7:29) confessing the truth of the spiritual matters on which many...


October 18th, 2021

Understanding and Dealing with the Heresy of Covidism According to the Saints, Holy Elders and Clergy

Talk 82 by Father Kosmas (Archangel Michael Monastery, New South Wales, Australia)

Orthodox Ethos appreciates Fr. Kosmas' zeal for confession in these times of mass delusion and faithlessness. He is the first we noticed who coined the term "Covidism." In this important talk, he helps us understand the question we emphasize at Orthodox Ethos and we believe that all fiathful Orthodox Christians must be asking and being sure we answer correctly: "Who do you trust?" For a while now, saints...


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