Monthly Archives: August 2005

HURRICANE: Prayers

This just in from the Louisiana Catechumen … Please remember the people of New Orleans in your prayers. The two Orthodox Churches in the area, Holy Trinity Cathedral (Greek) and St. Basil’s (Antiochian) are in an area that was flooded … Continue reading

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Guess Who’s Coming to … Church?

Is there an E in Church? Discover what the Catechumen found. Then again, some things come to an end. Glory to God for all things! Even Baptists do it! And there are some there that we just don’t see.

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Charges Brought Against PECUSA Bishop

A spokeswoman for the “Connecticut Six,” Cynthia Brust with the American Anglican Council, says Smith has no right to freeze the bank accounts of four churches, and replace the conservative pastor of one of those parishes — St. John’s Episcopal … Continue reading

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The Real History of the Crusades?

The following (long) piece was sent to me by a Catholic priest friend. I post it here without comment. Your comments appreciated. Misconceptions about the Crusades are all too common. They are generally portrayed as a series of holy wars … Continue reading

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Update on Ousted Patriarch Irineos

Irineos I, the ousted patriarch of the Greek Orthodox Church in the Holy Land is negotiating with the Greek government over terms that would allow him to retire honorably. The matter has become urgent since the election on Monday of … Continue reading

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