Die Heilige Gregorius Palamas (+1360) ╰⊰¸¸. •¨* Afrikaans

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Die Heilige Gregorius Palamas (+1360)

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AFRIKAANS ORTODOKS

Die gedagtenis vandag van Sint Gregorius Palamas op die Tweede Sondag van die Groot Vastyd is deel van ‘n regstreekse voortsetting van die Sege van die Ortodoksie wat ons verlede week gevier het. Want deur die erkenning van die rol wat Sint Gregorius Palamas in die oorwinning van die ketterye van die veertiende eeu gespeel het, vier ons ‘n hernieude sege van die Ortodoksie oor ‘n groot bedreiding vir die geloof.

Sint Gregorius is in 1296 gebore. Na ‘n aanvanklik sekulêre opvoeding het hy die monnike-lewe op die Berg Athos, wat destyds ‘n florerende sentrum van Continue reading “Die Heilige Gregorius Palamas (+1360) ╰⊰¸¸. •¨* Afrikaans”

Video: The Sound of Divine Steps in Ghana & Ivory Coast – From Protestantism to Orthodoxy

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The Sound of Divine Steps in Ghana & Ivory Coast

From Protestantism to Orthodoxy

Witchcraft in Congo: Testimonies from the Orthodox Mission in Africa by Monk Damascenos Gregoriates

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Witchcraft in Congo:

Testimonies from the Orthodox Mission in Africa

by Monk Damascenos Gregoriates

Humanly speaking, Africa is the most unfairly treated continent when it comes to the spreading of the salvific word of God. Reasons of natural obstacles or other negative parameters did not facilitate the divine kerygma to reach the innermost parts of the continent, except only around its northern and northeastern regions. It may have been the plan of Divine Providence, for the Faith to spread there, only recently, during the twentieth century…

It is a known fact that other Christian “churches” have been established in practically all of Africa, since the middle of the 18th century, through colonization by European peoples. Apart from the purpose of exploiting those gold-bearing soils, these peoples had also arranged to propagate their religion. Thus, there are Papist christians there since the middle of the 18th century, Protestants from the beginning of the 20th century, followed by latter-day heretical “churches” with a christian or even a demonic content, that were formed by African pastors.

These “churches”, which are cut off from the fullness of the Truth and Life, have never managed – not in the past nor in the present (nor will they ever manage in the future) – to deliver the mystically-minded African from his Continue reading “Witchcraft in Congo: Testimonies from the Orthodox Mission in Africa by Monk Damascenos Gregoriates”