St. John Chrysostom: DISCOURSE ON THE DAY OF THE BAPTISM OF CHRIST

We shall now say something about the present feast. Many celebrate the feast days and know their designations, but the cause for which they were established they know not. Thus concerning this, that the present feast is called Theophany—everyone knows; but what this is—Theophany, and […]


Nativity Message of His Eminence, Archbishop Benjamin

“At that time, the sons of Israel walked away from that place, every man to his tribe and his family. And they went out from there, every man to his inheritance. In those days there was no king in Israel. A man did what was […]


St. Spiridon Altar Feast (December 12)

Born into a family of shepherds, Spiridon followed the family occupation like David the King and Prophet, and the patriarchs Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. He married and had children, but his wife died early in their marriage. A single parent, Spiridon n not only earned […]