FATHER ALEXANDER SCHMEMANN:

FATHER THOMAS FITZGERALD:

FATHER THOMAS HOPKO:

VLADIMIR LOSSKY:

METROPOLITAN ANTHONY (BLOOM) OF SOUROZH:

METROPOLITAN MAXIMOS (AGHIORGOUSSIS) OF PITTSBURGH:

METROPOLITAN KALLISTOS (WARE) OF DIOKLEIA:

FATHER THEODORE STYLIANOPOULOS:

LEWIS PATSAVOS, PH.D.:

FATHER STEVEN TSICHLIS:

VIDEO RESOURCES:

A HISTORY OF ORTHODOX CHRISTIANITY (3 Part Series)

Part 1: Beginnings

Our journey begins with the founding of the Church, the spread of Christianity to “nations” by the Apostles, the Gospel and the institution of Sacraments.

Part 2: Byzantium

After the stabilization of the Church, the journey continues through the period of the Nicene Creed, Patristic Scriptures, Divine Liturgy and Icons. During this same period, however, the official division of East and West is witnessed and concludes with a gradual rift in matters of faith, dogma, church customs, politics and culture.

Part 3: A Hidden Treasure

The Church becomes the only institution perceived by Greeks as the preserver of their national identity during 400 years of Turkish rule. By the end of the 19th century, a worldwide Orthodox community is born and the Church expands its influence to major social and philanthropic concerns.

The Fall of Constantinople: A video from the Christian Broadcasting Network

The 60 Minutes interview with Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew

60 Minutes on Mt. Athos

Behind the Scenes: 60 Minutes on Mt. Athos

Metropolitan Kallistos Ware Speaks on Salvation