Monthly Archives: December 2004

COLLEGE: Moral Amnesia

Per Huw Raphael’s mention of the article entitled “EDUCATION: The End of Faith,” in the January issue of The WORD, here follows an excerpt from Tom Wolf’s latest novel, “I Am Charlotte Simmons,” which speaks to the moral/ethical struggle of … Continue reading

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TSUNAMI: Statement / Appeal

Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America Statement/Appeal Regarding the Tsunami in the Indian Ocean Basin December 29, 2004 Venerable Hierarchs, Esteemed Members of the Board of Trustees, and Beloved Clergy and Faithful of this God-Protected Archdiocese: We hope and … Continue reading

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Burial Box of James, Brother of Jesus

Remember all the archeological news about the ossuary of James, the brother of our Lord? It may be a H O A X.

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The Day After … Christmas

Tsunami: A Japanese term which has been universally adopted to describe a large seismically generated sea wave which is capable of considerable destruction in certain coastal areas, especially where underwater earthquakes occur. Current news reports put the death toll at … Continue reading

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A Complaint Against the World …

No advantages do you offer those who love you, O world, you dwelling-place of sorrows. All who draw near to you do you seduce with your treasures and with all your delights, but in the day of death both the … Continue reading

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Brief Note to American Retailers

Jan Bear nails it.

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J-O-H-N … Big Bad (Fr) John!

My pal, and son’s Godfather, Priest John Whiteford, now has a B-L-O-G. He also has a handy typicon resource for Readers, et al.

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