from ONE

by Michael J.L. La Civita
(From ONE magazine March 2007)
The Syriac Orthodox Church

An Antiochene Legacy: Greek Orthodoxy in Syria
text and photographs by Armineh Johannes
(From Catholic Near East January – February 1999)
In spite of emigration, Syria’s Greek Orthodox Church remains a vital Christian force.

From Dust to Life
by Mitchell Prothero
(From ONE magazine March 2008)
An archbishop in Syria works to realize the potential of an arid plain

(From ONE magazine September 2010)
Cradle of the Christian faith

by Michael J.L. La Civita
(From ONE March 2012)
The Orthodox Patriarchal Church of Antioch

from Blog Content

Picture of the Day: Syria's Christians
In Syria, a group of men in the Christian village of Al Meshtayeh socialize over a board game. (photo: Sean Sprague)

Pentarchy, after the Greek for "five leaders," refers to the five patriarchates in the early church.

Picture of the Day: A Child of Antioch
A child attends the Divine Liturgy in the Melkite Greek Catholic Church -- one of the ten churches that make up the Church of Antioch -- of Sts. Peter and Paul in Shefa-‘Amr, a small city in the Galilee. (photo: Ilene Perlman)