What Are You Fighting For?

Hieromonk Fr. Seraphim Aldea was in Paris shortly after the November 2015 attacks in Paris. In the following, written shortly after the attacks, he reflects on peace and violence in light of these attacks. In the addendum, written two months later, Fr. Seraphim responds to some criticisms of his initial reflection.

Mother Maria Skobtsova, Martyr of Sobornost

Mother Maria Skobtsova, Martyr of Sobornost On the 31st of March, we celebrate the dies natalis of Mother Maria (Skobtsova), a beloved martyr and witness to Christ among the Russian émigré population in France.


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Hate Breeds Hate

By Archbishop Lazar (Puhalo) Asullen, somber young man goes to a gun store in Virginia, where he will have no difficulty purchasing...
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Christ and Violence

By Kosty Bandaly Translator's note: Kosty Bandaly is a leading figure in the Orthodox Church of Antioch. He has published for decades...
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