Inquirers and Orthodox Faith Enrichment Program 2016-2107

Our program for Inquirers in the Orthodox Faith and Faith Enrichment starts again on September 25th. Join us Sundays after Divine Liturgy to find out all you wanted to know about the Orthodox Faith. This year we’ll have a lot of new things like online learning, practical faith applications, guest-speakers, monastery visits and so much more. If you are not […]

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The Narthex as a Dynamic Place of Transformation

The icon of the Fest of Transfiguration, which we celebrate on August 6th, is a beautiful metaphor for the union and the reconciliation that Christ brings between the Old and the New Testament. In this icon we see Christ in the Uncreated Light, flanked on each side by Moses and Elijah, prophetic figures of the Old Testament while, prostrated in […]

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Metropolitan Isaiah on Recent SCOTUS Decision on Same-sex Marriage

TO BE PRINTED IN ALL PARISH BULLETINS AND NEWS LETTERS All Clergy, Monastics, and Laity of the Holy Metropolis of Denver Beloved in the Lord, This morning, on June 26, 2015, the Supreme Court of the United States of America declared, in a five to four decision, that same-sex marriage in our country is now legal in all fifty states. […]

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Eparchial Synod in Support of Traditional Marriage

NEW YORK— A few days before the U.S. Supreme Court hears oral arguments on the rights of states to define marriage as the union of one man and one woman, more than 30 religious leaders representing tens of millions of US citizens from diverse faith communities throughout the United States have reaffirmed their shared commitment to marriage and religious freedom. […]

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St. Nicholas Church at Ground Zero Appeal

On 9/11, Saint Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church was crushed by the falling debris of the Twin Towers; Destroyed by the power of darkness. The icons of St. Dionysios of Zakynthos and Zoodochos Pege were found in its rubble. And in the midst of the ashes, the wreckage, the death and the destruction stood a plain, steel cross high above all else. At the groundbreaking ceremony […]

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