Fr. Pavlos Stratigeas gives a primer on the tragic history of how the adoption of the Papist Calendar came to used in the Orthodox Christian world in 1924.
This program was recorded in the late 1980s when the heresy of heresies - Ecumenism - had not metastasized to the extent it has today, 17 years later (2015).
This program is in Greek with ENGLISH subtitles.
For further information regarding the reasons the Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church condemns use of the so-called "new" Papal Calendar see: http://www.hotca.org/orthodoxy/orthodox-awareness/203-the-calendar-question.
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