Programming note

Just a quick note to our readers to apologize for the lack of new material recently. As it happens, all of our regular writers are very busy with other obligations. Personally, besides the usual demands on my time, I’m gearing up for law school final exams. And with Holy Week right around the corner as…

Programming Note

It will be pretty quiet here at OH.org this week, as I’m traveling to the Chicago area to speak at Holy Apostles Greek Orthodox Church. For all the details, see this post. I hope to see some of our readers there. I’ve got a lot of other irons in the fire as well, but in…

Chicago-area lecture on March 23

I’ve mentioned this before, but I wanted to let readers know that I’ll be speaking in the Chicago area on Wednesday, March 23. My lecture, which will focus on the early history of Orthodoxy in Chicago (roughly the mid-1880s through the mid-1890s), will take place at Holy Apostles Greek Orthodox Church in Westchester, Illinois. It’s…

RSS feed is back

Some of you may have noticed that we’ve been having some difficulties with our RSS feed from the site. Well, now it appears to be back in working order. So, if you haven’t been seeing our posts (because you read only via syndication), welcome back. Make sure you check back through the site to see…

Shifting Gears

If you’re a regular reader of this website, you’ve no doubt noticed a precipitous decline in the frequency of posts. Until last spring, we posted one new article per weekday — five articles a week, 20+ per month. I wrote the vast majority of them, and while I had a great time doing it, it was…

Interview with Byzantine, Texas blog

Readers of OrthodoxHistory.org may be interested in a recent interview I did with the “Byzantine, Texas” blog. We discussed the history of SOCHA, our membership drive, and our plans for the future. I’d like to thank the blog’s proprietor, “Josephus Flavius,” for the opportunity. To read the interview, click here.