Monthly Archives: July 2006

THE WAR: Metropolitan PHILIP’s Appeal

TO BE READ FROM THE PULPIT AND PUBLISHED IN THE PARISH BULLETIN July 25, 2006 Brother Hierarchs, Reverend Clergy, Esteemed Members of the Archdiocese Board of Trustees, Parish Councils and God-fearing Faithful of our Archdiocese: Greetings in the name of … Continue reading

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BOGGING: Magically Delicious!

AN ANCIENT prayer book found in a bog has been hailed as one of Ireland’s most significant discoveries in decades, and perhaps centuries. “This Irish equivalent to the Dead Sea Scrolls is being hailed by … experts as the greatest … Continue reading

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THE WAR: Antiochian Resolution

That’s my boss, Fr John Salem, in the middle (Fathers Michael Pavez & Thomas Zain flanking). The Antiochian Archdiocese held its biannual Clergy Symposium last week at Antiochian Village. Yours truly was excused due to 1) travel conflicts, and 2) … Continue reading

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RAP: Orthodox & Mormon

It was bound to happen, One day it did … Orthodox RapHT: Greek Pilgrim And, no, I can’t offer any Mormon Rap. (That’s just an unrelated pic of Weird Al Yankovic.) But, this cartoon sure gives Mormons a bad one … Continue reading

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There’s More to the Story …

From TheDay.com New London – “We’ve called an emergency medical team,” announced an emissary from where the bride sat with her right hand raised high, her third finger swollen from trying vainly to transfer her wedding band to her left … Continue reading

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Jesus’ Great-Great … Granddaughter?

My brother is seven years younger than me. When we were kids, I thought he was Jesus. No, he didn’t sport the beard and hair. Actually, he had a shining cotton top. He was quiet. And, most importantly, he never … Continue reading

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St Elias, Pray to God for …

For many Christians today marks the Feast of St Elias the Tishbite. In fact, especially in light of the war in the Middle East, honourable memory of the Prophet Elias (or Elijah) is also kept by Jews, Muslims, and Druze. … Continue reading

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