Tag: Antiochian Archdiocese

“Taking Orthodoxy to America” – Thirty Years Later
Church Life and Pastoral Care, Liturgical Life

“Taking Orthodoxy to America” – Thirty Years Later

Thirty years ago this month, Metropolitan Philip of the Antiochian Archdiocese began the process of bringing into the Orthodox Church seventeen “Evangelical Orthodox” communities from across America. At that time, he declared Orthodoxy to be “America’s best kept secret,” and he urged us as new converts to do something about this. “Take Orthodoxy to America,” he…

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Church Life and Pastoral Care, Orthodoxy and Modernity, Women in the Church

Taking Women Seriously

On the sixth of October 2016, His Eminence Metropolitan Joseph of the Antiochian Archdiocese of North America sent a letter to the clergy of his former diocese of the West, informing them that a man convicted of sexual assault would be their new interim bishop. Over a decade ago, Bishop Demetri (Khoury) of Toledo was…

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