Monthly Archives: January 2010

A Picture is Worth 961 “words”

The good folks at Ancient Faith Radio note: “Our budgeted donation goal is $11,000 for January. If you are able to help us during this last week DAY of the month, we would be very grateful. Thank you.” At the … Continue reading

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Paschal Fire from Spiritual Ashes (Dallas)

Recently, I had the privilege of speaking in Dallas, Texas – at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church. This was a pre-Lenten retreat sponsored by the NTOM, the North Texas Orthodox Mission. They’re good folks, doing great work — a pan-Orthodox … Continue reading

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Out in Cyber-Town (Pants on the Ground)

State of the Groundhog … by Lars Walker It probably won’t surprise you much when I inform you that I passed up the opportunity to listen to my president’s State of the Union address last night. Instead I popped my … Continue reading

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St Vladimir’s Seminary – Lenten Retreat

From the seminary website: This year’s annual public Lenten retreat at St Vladimir’s Seminary will be “Southern Style” as we welcome Fr Joseph Huneycutt, author of the popular blog Orthodixie. Fr Joseph’s topic for this year’s retreat, to be held … Continue reading

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TEXAS: Fourth Rome?

“As every young Texian* Christian of school age knows, Austin shall surely be the fourth Rome, and if not Austin, then Dallas or perhaps Abilene … the patriarch of the Texans will then bear the weight of that priority among … Continue reading

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WE CAME, WE SAW … the Good & the Bad?

Fr. bless, Well, I finally finished the book. Thank you for this gift. Now for my end of the bargain… I was most disappointed with it. I have listened to most all of your podcasts on AFR. I can’t even … Continue reading

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Today’s “Say What?” Award goes to …

“A New York City woman on trial for starving four of her children was brought up in a ‘cult-like’ religion that prohibited its members from direct contact with the outside world, her brother testified yesterday. ‘It was an almost cult-like … Continue reading

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