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Native Alaskan healer named North America's first female saint in Orthodox Church
A historic meeting of Orthodox Christian scholars confronts divisions and war
by Meagan Saliashvili
Author, Peace activist Jim Forest dies at 80
by Dawn Araujo-Hawkins
How a Serbian Orthodox congregation in Kansas City offers hospitality beyond the liturgy
At Thelma’s Kitchen, every table is a holy table and every guest a living icon.
by Michael Plekon
Influential Orthodox leader Leonid Kishkovsky dies at 78
Head of Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church dies at 74
Turkey's president formally makes Hagia Sophia a mosque
by Suzan Fraser
Ioan Sauca appointed acting general secretary of the World Council of Churches
Why Orthodox Christians see triumph in the cross
Not just suffering
by James R. Payton Jr.
The Orthodox in Ukraine and their rival churches
The creation of a new body echoes old hostilities.
by Philip Jenkins
How Arvo Pärt speaks prayer into a secular world
The composer sees his music as an interplay between suffering and consolation, loss and hope.
by Peter C. Bouteneff
Orthodoxy's roots in Egypt and Ethiopia are ancient. In East Africa there is a younger movement: a native Orthodoxy, locally grown.
When the Soviet Union collapsed in 1991, the
persecuted Orthodox Church began its resurrection. Nothing better illustrates this revival than the restoration of the cathedrals and churches.