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About us

Welcome to The Orthodox Squad, an Eastern Orthodox hub featuring a team of great guys who are passionate about sharing their faith and values with the world. Our team is made up of six members who are dedicated to producing high-quality content that explores the rich traditions and teachings of the Orthodox Church.

 

At The Orthodox Squad, we believe that the Eastern Orthodox faith offers the unchanged perspective of the early Christians on spirituality and morality; it is what Christ taught, the Apostles preached, and the Father's kept. We are committed to sharing this perspective with our listeners. Our group covers a wide range of topics, from theology and history to modern-day issues and personal reflections, all through the lens of Eastern Orthodox values.

Our team members come from diverse backgrounds and bring a range of experiences and perspectives to the table. But despite our differences, we share a common goal: to inspire and educate others about the beauty and depth of the Eastern Orthodox faith. We are passionate about what we do, and we hope that our podcast will encourage and uplift you in your own spiritual journey.

     

Thank you for visiting The Orthodox Squad, and we look forward to sharing our faith and values with you through our medium.

The Team:
Milos

Miloš is a cradle Orthodox in the Serbian juristriction and founded the Podcast. He was born in Serbia and lives in Austria. He is an active member in his parish and an altar boy.

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Dimos

Dimos was born in Greece and moved at a young age to the Netherlands. He regained his faith in his early twenties and made the OMS channel shortly after. He has been making videos since and is still doing so. 

Contact:

Orthodoxmemesquad7@gmail.com

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Hadie

Hadie Artiel, widely known as Carl, is the ghost in the machine. Under Antioch, and despite living upside down he runs a lot of the administrative work behind the scenes.

Strahinja

A cradle Orthodox born and raised in Belgrade, Serbia. Strahinja re- discovered the faith after a few years of absence that followed his move to Western-Europe. Strahinja currently studies and works in music.
 

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Mary

Mary is a cradle Orthodox in the Antiochian archdiocese and grew up near a Greek Orthodox monastery in America. She is an active member of her parish, often participating at the chanters stand and offering a helping hand for big events during the church year.

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