This week, we are preparing to celebrate the feast day of Saint Mary Magdalene, a dedicated disciple of Jesus Christ, the first to witness the resurrection of Christ and sent by Him to proclaim the news to the world.
The Saint Elisabeth Orthodox Convent runs and maintains the Ichthys Christian Orthodox School. Because of the school’s commitment to Christian values and the students’ excellent academic results, enrollment to Ichthys has increased.
In the previous article, we introduced to you our school, Ichthys Christian Orthodox School. Today, we wish to share with you what our students are taught and how we lead them to become strong and courageous Christians.
Ichthys Christian Orthodox School of St Elisabeth Convent offers all the subjects required by the national school curriculum. Most importantly, the teachers emphasise the development of a Christian worldview and understanding.
Meeting with God is always very personal, mysterious, unperceivable. Sisters of our Convent share their stories of when and how they heard the Lord and responded to His call. The first story about the way to God shared with us Nun Mitrodora.
How does Orthodoxy view conflicts in general? What about interpersonal and intrapersonal conflicts in particular? How does Orthodoxy view violence in all its forms? What is the Orthodox view on wars and warfare? Fr Andrey Lemeshonok talks about…