Monthly Archives: February 2009

Longing for Lent (this side of it, of course)

On the Obligation for All Christians to Keep Great Lent. On all days and seasons dearly-beloved, some marks of the Divine goodness are set, and no part of the year is destitute of sacred mysteries … but all that is … Continue reading

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Comin’ to See YAL

Blog updates have been nonexistent of late due to travels. God willing, I’ll be speaking this weekend (Friday & Saturday) at the 26th Annual Young Adult (YAL) Ministries Conference sponsored by the Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Chicago. Hope to see … Continue reading

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The Great Awakening

Some say it all started when Bill Gates admitted that the term icons — which are windows into heaven — and thus, Windows, are really trademarked by the Orthodox Church; not to mention when Steve Jobs and others finally came … Continue reading

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Fast Approaching …

Next week, the week following the Sunday of the Publican and Pharisee, there is katalysis [allowance] for all things, meaning that there is no fasting on any day of the week. During the week following the Sunday of the Prodigal … Continue reading

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