God With Us on line presents “Dying to Sin:The First Steps in Askesis,” a live webinar presented by Rev. Deacon Thomas Moses, Mondays, February 22nd,
March 2nd and 8th.Register at:EasternCatholic.org
Introduction to the Theology and Spirituality of
the Icon in the Byzantine Tradition
A short, but intensive course on the history, theology, and spirituality of icons. The course consists of 10 lectures, which you can attend live or view recorded on YouTube at your convenience.The instructor, Taras Tymo, is a theology professor at the Ukrainian Catholic
University in Lviv, Ukraine, specializing in Eastern Christian theology, Church Fathers, and iconography. February 22 - March
6, 12 noon – 1:45 PM, ten lectures in all.To learn more about this
free course, hosted by the ECF Office of the Byzantine Catholic Eparchy of Passaic and how to join it either live or watch
its recordings, please visit:
In light of the global pandemic, museums throught
out the world have closed their physical doors. Yet, rather than pausing their educational mission, many have opened
up their collections to be explored and enjoyed digitally. Even if you are confined within your home, you can virtually
tour some of the world's top museums.
Biblical Archaeology Review suggests the following itinerary to
see some of the top biblical archaeology artifacts in museums around the world. Walk through biblical history from your
own home! For direct links to these featured artifacts, see the link below. Artifacts include the "Holy of
Holies" from the Arad Sanctuary, the Senneacherib Prism, the Dead Sea Scrolls, the "Jesus Boat", and the Pilate
Distinct in their theology, spirituality and discipline
of Church life, 23 Eastern Catholic Churches are in communion with the Roman Catholic Church. The Second Vatican Council
urged the Eastern Catholic Churches to promote their unique share of the tradition. This series responds to that mandate
and features leading scholars in the field to offer their theological perspectives drawn from the wisdom of the Christian
East. In view of broadening our understanding of the Catholic intellectual tradition, this series draws attention to
the vantage points of Christians who worship, think, and pray in continuity with the first 1000 years of the undivided Church.
A 2009 interview with
His All Holiness, Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew I.
The Chronicles of the Desert
Trisagion Films presents "The Chronicles of the Desert',"
exploring the lives and teachings of the Desert Fathers and Mothers from the Thebaid of Egypt to the caves and cells of Mount
Athos and even beyond to the vast forests of Russia.