Eastern Orthodox Church

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IBL AL-SAQI, Lebanon: Celebrations of Easter will take place throughout the weekend for Eastern Orthodox Christians, but the holiday is just as important for the Druze community of this southern border town.
The sacrament of confession, also practiced by Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox Christians, is normally a very private conversation between penitent and priest.
It's a challenge above all for the world's estimated 275 million Eastern Orthodox Christians, but how they resolve it could have important implications for Catholics too.
he painted his depiction of the holy trinity of Christianity, which has stayed in the minds of practicing Eastern Orthodox Christians for the following six centuries.
Following the Julian Calendar, Greek and Eastern Orthodox Christians celebrate Christmas in January.
For Eastern Orthodox Christians, Epiphany lies at the heart of the Christmas festival.
In his article on "Fasting," James Rudin states "Ash Wednesday and Good Friday remain fast-days for many Eastern Orthodox Christians, but such practices have basically disappeared for most Protestants and Catholics" (154), a conclusion contradicted by official Catholic discipline.
TARZANA - The pageantry of an Eastern Orthodox service will be even more heartfelt by Eastern Orthodox Christians who attend Holy Saturday services this morning and Easter services just before midnight tonight.
The issue of climate change also featured in a message sent to the WCC gathering by Patriarch Bartholomeos I, seen by many as the leader of Eastern Orthodox Christians worldwide, and who is sometimes called the Green Patriarch because of his support for the environmental cause.
These 20 or 30 college students and young professionals are Eastern Orthodox Christians living in the Baltimore-Washington.
For Eastern Orthodox Christians, Mary is the Theotokos and Virgin Mother of the Lord Jesus Christ.
This time, however, the walk is a journey of peace and ends with Western Christians seeking forgiveness and reconciliation with Jews, Muslims, and Eastern Orthodox Christians.
Spelled out in the editors' substantial Introduction, that thesis states that a critical source for the undermining of the post-Reformation confessional state came from unlikely quarters: from orthodox dissenters among Catholic, Protestant, and Eastern Orthodox Christians, who for various reasons opposed their respective ecclesiastical establishments and the political orders that supported them.
Miller); Conversion of Eastern Orthodox Christians to the Unia in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries" (Robert M.
Eastern Orthodox Christians will celebrate the beginning of the (http://www.
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