On November 26, 2018, Fr. Emmanuel Lemelson spoke at the Athens Conference on Faith and Finance, click below to watch highlights from the event.
Rev. Fr. Emmanuel Lemelson speaks to global business and political leaders at the Caux Round Table at the Wittenberg Center for Global Ethics about Theosis in the Orthodox Church, his per personal life experiences, including as an activist investor, a Christian philosophy of investment and being a witness for Christ.
Wittenberg, Germany, November 7, 2017
Fr. Emmanuel Lemelson, founder and president of the Lantern Foundation and CIO of Lemelson Capital Management, LLC speaks to Global Investors and Business Leaders at the Berkshire Hathaway Annual Meeting in Omaha, NE on May 5, 2017
Fr. Emmanuel Lemelson speaks on a Christian philosophy of investment and discusses individual securities at The First Annual Stowe Conference for Charity.
Click below to watch highlights from the event (~3 min):
Blessing the ground for St. Katherine Orthodox Chapel On October 20, 2016
St. Katherine Orthodox Chapel – 3D rendering with accurate topography and location of trees. Dome will be alternating Gold and Silver sections. Chapel will be located on 28 pristine acres between the Worcester Mountain range and Mount Mansfield in Stowe, VT. Synthesis of traditional Byzantine Architecture with local Adirondack ethos.
St. Katherine Orthodox chapel – major updates and changes to the concept. Chapel will be located on 28 pristine acres between the Worcester Mountain range and Mount Mansfield in Stowe, VT. Synthesis of traditional Byzantine Architecture with local Adirondack ethos.
Americans are appropriately and understandably responding to last Sunday’s Islamic terror strike in Orlando, which took dozens of innocent lives, with profound grief and a sense of stabbing darkness. As is said in Orthodox Christian memorial services, may their memory be eternal.
The exchange last week between leading Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and Pope Francis over Trump’s proposal to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border blurred the lines between national, religious and political aspirations but in many ways was truly unfortunate.
During his visit to Juarez, Mexico to celebrate Mass, Pope Francis, must have felt, great pain seeing first-hand the many people, who through no fault of their own, have long-suffered or paid an ultimate price in an effort to escape the misery afflicting large parts of their country. It is in this context, and in his humanity the Pope spoke out, perhaps inspired by the words of The Lord himself “For I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me drink, I was a stranger and you welcomed me…” (Matt. 25:35)
Stumbled across this email today from July 14, 2015 entitled simply "Hope this helps" When taken together with the thoughts recently put together for the Naval War College lecture, provides perhaps the foundation for a short essay or book on the topic of a Christian philosophy of finance and investment.
Listen to Fr. Emmanuel live on CBS News discussing, economic injustice, poverty, and Christian persecution.
Official visit seeks to further strengthen relations between Vatican and 300 million-strong Eastern Orthodox Church.
BOSTON, Nov. 24, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Lantern Foundation, a U.S.-based non-profit organization that provides financial support to Christian religious and community organizations globally, today announced that its Founder and President Fr. Emmanuel Lemelson is expected to join an official Orthodox Church delegation for the two day official visit of Pope Francis this coming week in Constantinople, Turkey.