Friday, January 28, 2022

UPDATE: The Film 'Man of God' Is Scheduled to be Released on March 21st Nationwide in the United States

According to IMDB, the internationally acclaimed film Man of God, about the life of Saint Nektarios, will be released nationwide in the United States on Monday, March 21st at 7pm. For right now, it is one night only. If it does well in cinemas, it may be extended to other nights. For now, it will be playing in over 800 cinemas nationwide. You can purchase your tickets now. I encourage people to do so, in order to sell out the theaters and for it to be extended with more dates.

See where it is playing near you and purchase your tickets here. Group sales requests must be for a minimum 25 tickets., which can be made here.
See trailer and info here.

Friday, January 14, 2022

The Law of True Leadership (Metr. Hierotheos of Nafpaktos)

By Metropolitan Hierotheos of Nafpaktos and Agiou Vlasiou

Leaders - ecclesiastical, social and political - lead the people to whom they have been appointed and are not led by them. They are in charge of formulating the truth in pure language and of shaping people appropriately to follow it.

This must be done with knowledge of things, with calmness and composure, with sobriety and freedom, but also with many sacrifices. A real leader does their work sacrifically and martyrically. They do not reconcile themselves with the passions of the people, nor are pressured by the people they are supposed to guide.

Monday, January 3, 2022

The Grave and the Skull of Alexandros Papadiamantis

The grave of Alexandros Papadiamantis (+ January 3, 1911) is located on his home island of Skiathos. It is specifically located to the left of the entrance of the cemetery, opposite the small, improvised church.  In reality, the grave is a cenotaph, an almost empty monument that stands in the place he was once buried. Only a very small portion of his bones is found in this grave. It was only by local testimonies that we are informed his bones were translated to a nearby church, though with no other details. Thus, over the years, the location of the bones of Papadiamantis were lost, having been transferred to one of the churches of the island.