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Reflections on Autocephaly: Archpriest Alexander Garklavs

PART X The story of Orthodoxy in North America is old enough to have triumphs and tragedies, saints and scholars, adventures and misadventures, achievements and …

Virtual Autocephaly Celebration in Cleveland

CLEVELAND, OH [DOM Communications] – 2020 marks 50 years of Autocephaly for the Orthodox Church in America. This milestone was to be celebrated throughout the …

Reflections on Autocephaly: Priest Gregory Ealy

PART IX I was born in the mid-70s just a few years after the Russian Church granted the OCA autocephaly. At the time, my father …

Reflections on Autocephaly: Archpriest Steven Kostoff

PART X Personal Ecclesial Formation Our experiences – including our ecclesial lives – do not occur in an ahistorical or non-contextualized vacuum. On the contrary, …

Media Review: “An American Destiny”

BURBANK, IL [DOM Communications] – In honor of the fiftieth year of Autocephaly, the Diocese of the Midwest has presented articles that focus on the …

Reflections on Autocephaly: Priest Alessandro Margheritino

PART IX The anniversary of an important event is usually met with celebration and recognition. One of the effects of the current pandemic is that, …

Reflections on the Canonizations of St. Herman of Alaska: Then and Now

It’s Personal: 50th Anniversary Reflection on St. Herman of Alaska On August 9, Orthodox Christians throughout the world celebrate the God-pleasing saint, Herman of Alaska. …

Diocese of the Midwest to Celebrate 50th Anniversary of St. Herman of Alaska

BURBANK, IL [DOM Communications] – Sunday, August 9 2020, marks the 50th anniversary of the canonization of St. Herman of Alaska. His glorification took place with …

Reflections on Autocephaly: Priest Herman Klarr

PART VIII             “For it seemed good to the Holy Spirit, and to us …” (Acts 15:28).  These are the iconic words used in the …

Reflections on Autocephaly: Dr. Jeff Zdrale

PART VII  I was the choir director in a Serbian Orthodox Church, south of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, when I first heard about the formation of an …

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