Monthly Archives: December 2008

Orthodixie Podcast Year-in-Review

Below are the hyper-linked blog titles, AFR blurbs, and links (pop-up & direct) to the 2008 Orthodixie Podcasts on Ancient Faith Radio. It’s been a fun year; I appreciate your support, emails, and comments. Thanks for listening! January 5 – … Continue reading

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Meletios Metaxakis Makes a Maalox Moment

To the tune of O Tannenbaum (O Christmas Tree) —Meletios Metaxakis,Makes a Maalox MomentOur calendar was growing slowBrought forth through Ceasar long ago … Meletios Metaxakis,Makes a Maalox MomentHow often these days do we fightO’er calendars, who’s wrong – who’s … Continue reading

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Redeeming Regifting

Ladies and gentlemen, it’s high time that a very sensitive topic was dealt with openly and honestly … I’m speaking, of course, about REGIFTING. Oh, come on — some of you are guilty. You didn’t want that sweatshirt, that cookie … Continue reading

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Jesus Was a Jay Dub?

Honestly, if I fell, backwards, into a black worm hole in outer space, where the celebration of Christmas is not dictated by the rotations of the earth, but by the beta carotene on the skin of one’s teeth, I could … Continue reading

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Christ is Born!

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Word & Virgin, Mary & Child

The reason for the Nativity Fast and the festive season of Christmas is: God became flesh. God spoke, and this Word put on humanity that we might put on divinity. Or, as St Athanasius writes, “God became man, that man … Continue reading

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Wonderful Nativity E-Card

Still haven’t sent those Nativity greeting cards? Just in time; you are safe! — Thanks to the Holy Dormition of the Theotokos Monastery, Hamatoura, Lebanon. Check it out H E R E. Thanks to FWD from Aaron Friar. Image Source

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