Thursday, October 22, 2015

The Age of Technology and the Golden Calf

By John Ianolide,
the New Confessor of the Faith
(The Imprisoned Prophet, 1985)

We live at the height of the technological era. This was prepared from the 19th century through supposed progressivism and materialism. Humanity has been driven to this perception and mindset and now already it is generalized.

The American capitalist system has brought about this gigantic technical and economic bliss of consumer society, although this is the main goal of historical Marxist materialism. But Soviet Russia has not performed like the United States of America. And Communist China is running with great strides to synchronize. All the nations of Asia, Africa and South America dream of technological progress.

Monday, October 12, 2015

The Hobbies of the Hierarchs of Greece

Manou Haralambakis
October 9, 2015

Whenever Archbishop Ieronymos finds time off, he rests and relaxes by looking after the animals in the Monastery of Saints Theodores in Zaltsa of Boeotia. Metropolitan Maximos of Ioannina spends his free time listening to music on YouTube. Metropolitan Dionysios of Corinth takes walks in the mountains, while the Metropolitan of Mantineia is a farmer whenever he is not occupied with his ecclesiastical duties.

Most Metropolitans - due to their cassock and position - are considerate and dedicated to their duties. They spend endless hours at the offices of their Metropolises and participate in liturgies and sacraments. They are committed to serving God and the faithful, although they also have another side, more human.

Many spend their limited free time on their favorite hobbies. They listen to music, read literature, exercise, grow plants and deal with new technologies.

Wednesday, October 7, 2015

The Information Age and the Empty Tomb of Christ

By Metropolitan Hierotheos of Nafpaktos

We live in an era of information and information technology, an age in which television broadcasts play an important role. Despite this, however, we live in an era of disinformation and misinformation. We learn a lot of news going on in the world, but we ignore the greatest news, which is the essence of things.