Friday, March 19, 2021

Jesus in Film Resource Page

  
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 



Monday, March 15, 2021

Aristotle Onassis and the Bishop

 
On March 15, 1975, Aristotle Onassis passed away. In his memory, Archimandrite Fr. Timotheos Iliakis published an incident that was often narrated by the late Metropolitan of Paramythia Titos Matthaiakis (+ 9/4/1991).

One summer after the Divine Liturgy in beautiful Parga, the pastor of the church had a lunch for the Metropolitan in a beach restaurant. Suddenly Onassis appeared with his friends, wearing shorts, a simple shirt and sandals. As soon as he saw the Metropolitan, he notified the owner of the restaurant and asked for a special place to sit alone for a while, while at the same time he sent someone from his escort to his boat.

Wednesday, March 10, 2021

The Official Trailer for the Upcoming Film about St. Nektarios - "Man of God"

 
 
The popularity of Nektarios Kephalas, Metropolitan of Pentapolis, provokes the jealousy of the clergy in Alexandria.

Fearing that he would become the next Patriarch of Egypt, the clergy slander him and as a result they deprive him of his hierarchical status and exile him from Egypt.

In Athens now, thanks to his advanced education, he becomes famous and loved by the people and at the same time indulges in great literary work.

But the workload overwhelms him and he decides to retire to Aegina.

Wednesday, March 3, 2021

Chet Hanks, Son of Tom Hanks, Talks About Converting from Atheism After Being "Touched by God"


Actor and musician Chester Hanks, better known as Chet and the son of Academy Award-winning actor Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson, described his conversion from atheism after being touched by the hand of God.

Hanks, who has starred in recurring roles on TV shows such as “Empire,” made an appearance on the “IMPAULSIVE Clips” podcast, where he opened up about a time in his teens that his famous parents sent him away to a wilderness camp because of his bad behavior.