Monthly Archives: January 2006

Women Deacons in the Orthodox Church

The order of ordained women deacons “never totally disappeared in the life of the Orthodox churches” and there are strong signs of a desire to renew it, an Orthodox theologian told a largely Catholic gathering on Jan. 20. Kyriaki Karidoyanes … Continue reading

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Episcopalians Gone Wild

NBC’S lame-duck series Book of Daniel … starring Aidan Quinn … centers on an Episcopal priest in a posh Connecticut suburb. His wife is infatuated with martinis, one of his sons is homosexual, the other is sleeping around, his daughter … Continue reading

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The Devil’s Icon

The following piece, a bit dated and slightly edited, was originally published in The WORD magazine (1994). In light of recent comments, I thought others might find it helpful. Mind you, it predates the Internet and Reality TV [sic]. With … Continue reading

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Black Jesus & Co-MOON-ion

Two from James … One. Two. Enjoy!

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Veni Vidi … Viva Vassula!

Dear Father Huneycutt, I would like to add my little story among the so many other life stories that you have received. I am a Greek Orthodox living in Holland. In my present age, being a grand-mother, I look back … Continue reading

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My Choice Hurts Me … Still

Back in 2003, at the annual March for Life in DC which marked the 30th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, I saw a woman carrying a sign that read: “24 Years Later … My Choice Hurts Me Still.”Though there were … Continue reading

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St Eelers & Such

Fr John Salem wears a St Eelers lapel pin. I grew up a Steeler fan. Fr John is THE Steeler fan. God is always good. But, I’m thankful the Steelers made it to the Super Bowl for many reasons — … Continue reading

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