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Rediscovering Eusebius of Caesarea’s Sainthood Part 2: His Feast Days, Icons, and Orthodoxy

If one were to look for the feast day of St. Eusebius of Caesarea, blessed author of such masterworks as the Ecclesiastical History and Preparation for the Gospel, they would have an extremely difficult time of finding it. In fact, most would be led to believe he has never had a feast day at all.Continue reading “Rediscovering Eusebius of Caesarea’s Sainthood Part 2: His Feast Days, Icons, and Orthodoxy”

Rediscovering Eusebius of Caesarea’s Sainthood, and Why It Matters

Eusebius, the Bishop of Caesarea (d. 339-340 AD) earns the distinction of being, besides his much beloved Origen, the most controversial Christian to be given the title of Church Father. Lauded as the “Father of Church History” and “a most diligent investigator of the Holy Bible”[1] by some, and yet deemed an Arian heretic andContinue reading “Rediscovering Eusebius of Caesarea’s Sainthood, and Why It Matters”

St. Stephen, chief of the deacons and the first martyr

In this episode of “Walking The Way with The Saints”, we focus on St. Stephen (?-35/36 A.D.) the illustrious saint, chief of the Deacons, and first ofthe Martyrs. We commemorate him on January 8 according to the Syriac Orthodox Liturgical calendar. Quroyo deacon Yousif Abdul Wahid presents us with his research into this great saint’s lifeContinue reading “St. Stephen, chief of the deacons and the first martyr”

Sts. Behnam & Sarah

Sts. Behnam and Sarah illustrate how a small seed can turn a whole city along with the king of an empire to Christianity. It’s a great example of what the Lord meant when He said: “Neither this man nor his parents sinned, but this happened so that the works of God would be displayed in him.” John 9:3

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