"On the Righteousness of Rights," by Susan R. Holman

On the Righteousness of Rights By: Susan R. Holman Some years ago I was teaching a continuing education course at Providence College on the history of Christian responses to poverty. A fresh-hatched PhD, I could reflect at length on the early Church and a small collection of Cappadocian...

"Iakovos and Selma"

Winter 2015: PRAXIS Volume 12, Issue 2

The Story of the African Christian Faith

    "Wade in the River" is a fresh approach to the faith of Africa and its contribution to the world. Starting with the Biblical accounts of significant Africans, then passing through early Christianity, winding through the Islamic period, pressing past Western slavery, and...

Reconciliation Services

  Kansas City Missouri's Reconciliation Services (RS) emerged out of Reconciliation Ministries, an interfaith organization that eventually became St. Mary of Egypt Orthodox Church. As members of the parish grew as a diverse community, the social services arm (RS) was birthed out of...

Abba Moses Clinic

    Dr. Carla Thomas, through the Abba Moses Clinic, provides the community of Anniston, Alabama with free, unmercenary care. She did this to live up to her baptismal name, Panteleimona, after St. Panteleimon who was a physician and great martyr that healed people of their...

Ozarks Afro-American Heritage Museum

    Fr. Moses Berry, pastor to Christ the Good Sheppard Eastern Orthodox Church in Saint Louis, Missouri, is curator of the Ozarks Afro-American Heritage Museum. In 2013, the museum has migrated to a digital space both because of rising financial costs related to maintaining the...