About: In today's new puzzle we feature a beautiful Greek Orthodox church built by the sea side. Greek Orthodox Churches are united with each other and with the other Orthodox Churches by a common doctrine and a common form of worship, and they see themselves not as separate Churches but as administrative units of one Church (the Orthodox Church). The most commonly used Divine Liturgy of the Orthodox Church was written by Saint John Chrysostom
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