From the Church of Christ to the Orthodox Church: Part 1

by David Scott Klajic Scott’s journey took him from Orthodoxy to the Church of Christ, to Presbyterianism, to Eastern (Byzantine) Catholicism, to Roman Catholicism right back into the arms of the Orthodox Church.  In 2015, I “converted” to Orthodoxy, at 43 years old. At the time, I had recently returned from my second deployment (I am an […]

Philippine Denominations join the Antiochian Orthodox Archdiocese of Aust. & NZ

This letter was posted on the website of the Antiochian Archdiocese of Australia and New Zealand To all of our reverend clergy and beloved faithful, Greetings to all of you in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ. We would like to inform you that after long discussions with two denominations from the Philippines, one […]

The Road to Rome? Why Orthodoxy Deserves a Second Look

by Vincent Martini Why Orthodoxy? For those who aren’t aware, Catholic Lane is a well-maintained Roman Catholic news and resource site that I have had the pleasure of contributing to from time to time (by the gracious invitation of their staff). While there are (from an Orthodox perspective) a great number of differences between our […]

From Catholic To Orthodox

By Thom Nickels The word ‘orthodoxy’ can conjure up foul associations. There’s Bertrand Russell’s famous quote, “Orthodoxy is the grave of intelligence,” which covers any sort of rigid or right thinking at the expense of creative thought. Orthodoxy (lower case) implies a strict adherence to tradition against which Modernism doesn’t stand a chance. In Judaism, […]

My Story & Journey to Orthodoxy

From the blogsite Semantron – Journey of an Eastern Orthodox Christian. I was born and raised a Southern Baptist for the first part of my life. I went to church every Sunday, attended youth group on Wednesday night, etc. I wouldn’t say I was particularly devout at such a young age, it was just what […]

Before And After Conversion

Gradually we became aware that the Orthodox Church is the true Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church.

Letter To A Roman Catholic Friend

No, Bill, it is impossible to be both Roman Catholic and Orthodox at the same time.