Monthly Archives: June 2006

On Orthodox Renewal

We must renew our commitment to personal prayer and liturgical participation, to keeping the fasts of the Church, to giving our time and financial resources to the ministries of the Church, and, most especially, to being healed through self-examination and … Continue reading

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Hierarchical Hijinks in Ohio

Derek and I were bench warmers on the football team our freshman year in high school. One day, as often happens in August when you’re 14, we were bored. The big game with our archrival, the Albemarle Bulldogs, was coming … Continue reading

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Leaving PECUSA for Antioch

The Rev’d Alice Linsley to leave the Episcopal Church for Antioch … Some have feared that ECUSA would become the gay and feminist liturgical church of America. That fear is now substantiated. Doubtless many who were hanging in there hoping … Continue reading

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GOD: Rocks, Paper, Scissors?

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) – The divine Trinity – “Father, Son and Holy Spirit” – could also be known as “Mother, Child and Womb” or “Rock, Redeemer, Friend” at some Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) services under an action Monday by the church’s … Continue reading

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THIS JUST IN: The Apostles’ Fast

Just in case you missed it, most Orthodox are in a seasonal fast in honour of the Holy Apostles. Those on the so-called New Calendar will celebrate the Feast of Saints Peter & Paul (thus, end the fast) on June … Continue reading

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