Monthly Archives: January 2008

Ecumenism & the Pope

House Blessings and seasonal busyness has prevented regular blog updates — yet, this piece, sent to me a while back by Jean-Michel, is interesting: An interview of Bishop Artemije of Raska and Prizren to daily Danas (translated from serbian policy … Continue reading

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Nojoyatall

It was late one Friday when the call came in. I looked down at my cell phone and, though I didn’t recognize the number, I flipped the phone open and said: “Hello, this is Fr Joseph …” The distraught voice … Continue reading

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KID CHURCH: Instructional Liturgy

These pics are from our second “Instructional Liturgy” celebrated in St Elizabeth Chapel as part of our Church School curriculum. Our first experience was last fall with the 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th graders. This past Sunday, it was the … Continue reading

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Ancient Faith … Changes

AFR founder John Maddex announced this week, “It is a joy to introduce our second streaming station at Ancient Faith Radio called Ancient Faith Talk. Our survey results this past fall revealed a common thread of thought from our listeners, … Continue reading

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Hello Jiddo, Hello Yaya

An Orthodox twist on Allen Sherman’s famous 60’s song parody, “Hello Muddah, Hello Fadduh” … Hello Jiddo, hello Yaya.Here I am at Camp for Martyrs.Camp is very entertaining,Today they say we’ll even study icon painting. I share my bunk with … Continue reading

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ONE: Spirit & Flesh

Where the flesh is one, one is the spirit too. Together they pray, together prostrate themselves, together perform their fasts; mutually teaching, mutually exhorting, mutually sustaining. Equally are they both found in the Church of God; equally at the banquet … Continue reading

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It’s Coming … This Saturday

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