Monthly Archives: July 2005

PICS 2: Camp St Thekla ’05

“Holy God, Holy Mighty …” Everyone singing … The entrance with the Gifts … Kneeling at the Consecration of the Holy Gifts … “Hi, Mom.” Consumption of the blessed bread. The dismissal. Fr Stephen Freeman of St Anne’s (OCA), Oak … Continue reading

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Antiochians Leave the National Council of Churches

Glory, glory, glory!

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PICS: Camp St Thekla 2005

Here’s some pics taken this week at the CST 05 in Nashville, TN. Since I was busy with services and Christian Ed, I didn’t get pics of, well, services & Christian Ed. But here’s some other activities, particularly Wednesday’s dance. … Continue reading

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Camp St Thekla, 2005

Greetings from H O T Nashville, Tennessee … CST, 2005. We’re having a blast! (Everyone’s fine, parents.) Tonight’s Talent Show even saw this priest doing some Ol’ Skool Rap, and Michael Ricker, also of St Raphael’s, doing some 80’s break … Continue reading

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A Catholic View of Eastern Orthodoxy (4 of 4)

by Aidan Nichols OPPart 4This brings me to the fourth and concluding section of my ‘overview’ where, as mentioned at the outset, I will single out for, I hope, charitable and eirenic comment one negative aspect of Orthodoxy where, in … Continue reading

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A Catholic View of Eastern Orthodoxy (3 of 4)

by Aidan Nichols OPPart 3I come now to the third part of my paper which concerns the present state of Catholic-Orthodox relations. After a preparatory phase of initial contacts known as the ‘dialogue of charity’, the Catholic-Orthodox theological dialogue was … Continue reading

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A Catholic View of Eastern Orthodoxy (2 of 4)

by Aidan Nichols OPPart 2I turn now to the actual genesis of the schism from a Catholic standpoint, along with some account – necessarily summary and unadorned – of the four historic ‘dividing issues’: those disputed questions which historians can … Continue reading

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