Bishop Angaelos Archive

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July 3, 2015

Feminism and the Role of Women

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Feminism is one of the aspects and factors which works to distance many of us from God. As science makes us doubt the Bible, as humanism makes us doubt the existence of God, as modernism makes us doubt the power of God, as postmodernism makes us doubt the existent morality and ethics, feminism makes us doubt both the Bible and the Church and its structures. We have to understand what feminism is. There is a …

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Tagged: Feminism, St. Mary, Women
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July 3, 2015

The Body and its Parts

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As the “body of Christ”, the Church is strength to each of its members, and as sons and daughters of the Lord, we all belong to this One “Body”. People often ask why God does not bless them, or why they do not feel His grace in their lives. The answer is always the same, because there is no communication. God is perfect and remains constant, and thus the difference must be in us. When …

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Tagged: Ecclesiology, agape, community, fellowship
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July 2, 2015

The Beauty of Orthodoxy II

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If something is going to change in the Church, it will be changed through the prayers and decision of His Holiness Pope Shenouda III and the Holy Synod. This safeguard is a good thing; if we want to change things, they can be discussed and changed, but they must go through a stringent test and procedure, because these things are not just being changed for you today. They are being changed for the Church to …

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Tagged: Orthodox worship, Orthodoxy, Spirituality
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July 2, 2015

The Beauty of Orthodoxy I

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Our view of Orthodox faith and worship is misconstrued – we think of it as dry, constraining, even bitter. To understand it, we need to go back to the grass roots – what is Orthodoxy? What are its main characteristics? This article is the first in a series on “The Orthodox Life.”To understand Orthodoxy and its main characteristics, we need to go back even further. Orthodoxy does not survive in a vacuum; it is the …

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