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The Life of Saint Nicholas Santa | Christianity Global

The Life of Saint Nicholas Santa | Christianity Global

Life of Saint Nicholas Also known as Nicholas of Bari, Saint Nicholas of Myra was an early Christian bishop during the time of the Roman Empire. In an affluent family of Greek Christians. Saint Nicholas was born in the city of Patara, a port on the Mediterranean Sea, traditionally on 15 March, 270. A complete account of Saint Nicholas’s life…

The Life of St. Matrona | Christianity Global

The Life of St. Matrona | Christianity Global

Life of St Matrona St Matrona was born in 1881 in the village of Sebino of Epiphansky district of Tula region. The village is only 20 km away from the famous Kulikovo field, where the Mongols were defeated by the Russian army in 1380. Her guardians, Dimitry and Natalia, were sincere, genuine and dedicated people. They were poor. They had…

The Life of St. Seraphim of Sarov

The Life of St. Seraphim of Sarov

Life of St Seraphim Of Sarov St Seraphim of Sarov was born in 1759, in the city of Kursk. His guardians were pious Orthodox Christians, examples of genuine spirituality. At the age of ten, Seraphim was supernaturally healed from a serious sickness by means of the Kursk symbol of the Theotokos. As a boy, he immersed himself in church administrations…

The Life of Saint Spyridon | Christianity Global

The Life of Saint Spyridon | Christianity Global

Life of Saint Spyridon Saint Spyridon was respected in both the Eastern and Western Christian conventions. Spyridon was born in Askeia, in Cyprus. He married and had one girl, Irene. Upon the death of his spouse, Spyridon entered a religious community, and their daughter, a religious circle. Spyridon, a humble shepherd, was a basic, private, man, and, being committed to…

The life of St. George | Christianity Global

The life of St. George | Christianity Global

The life of Saint George  Life of St George was a warrior of Cappadocian Greek foundation. He was the son of a rich and high ranked Cappadocian family.  He was sentenced to death for denying to abandon his Christian faith. Saint George’s Day is celebrated on 23rd April. Many organizations, cities, universities and professions claim George to be their patron.…

The Life of Saint Catherine of Siena | Christianity Global

The Life of Saint Catherine of Siena | Christianity Global

Life of Saint Catherine Saint Catherine was also known as the Great Martyr Saint Catherine, Saint Catherine of the Wheel and Saint Katherine of Alexandria. The Saint was a noted scholar as well as princess, who was martyred in the early 4th century by emperor Maxentius. She converted to Christianity by the age of 14 and was martyred at 18. …

The Life of Virgin Mary | Christianity Global

The Life of Virgin Mary | Christianity Global

The life of Virgin Mary, Mother of Jesus The Orthodox Christians gave Mary the title of Theotokos (Greek for Birth-giver-of-God), as well as Mother of God. She is mentioned in every service and every prayer before a devotion is placed in front of God. The life of Virgin Mary in Orthodox Christianity is a definite one.  Mary is considered to…

The truth about Mary Magdalene | Christianity Global

The truth about Mary Magdalene | Christianity Global

While there are many perspectives on who Mary Magdalene was, the truth about Mary Magdalene still remains a mystery. Better known as “the Apostle of Apostles”, Mary was a resident of a coastal city of Galilee, which earned her the name of Magdalene. Gospels establish that Mary, along with some other women, followed after the Christ and “provided for them…

The life of Saint John The Baptist | Christianity Global

The life of Saint John The Baptist | Christianity Global

Saint John The Baptist Born in the late 1st century, Saint John The Baptist was the son of the Jewish Priest Zacharia. The Angel of the Desert’s mother Elizabeth was a blood-relation to Virgin Mary. John The Baptist was born after extensive prayers, even when the parents were in there old age. John was sent by God to be a…

The Ecumenical Movement of the 20th Century

The Ecumenical Movement of the 20th Century

The Ecumenical Movement Definition of Ecumenical Like most religions, Protestantism, or Christianity separate from the Catholic Church, is broken down into many sects or denominations. There are Lutherans, who usually believe in infant baptism, and there are Evangelicals, who usually do not. There are Orthodox denominations, that pray to Saints, and there are Baptists, who definitely do not. With all these…

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