Monthly Archives: June 2010

ORTHODOXY: Old, New, Borrowed & Blue

First, the old: Hellenism. At Sunday’s lunch I bumped into a man who had just returned from the “Hellenism & Orthodoxy” conference hosted by St Vladimir’s Seminary. Although this man is Greek, I’ve never understood him to be what I … Continue reading

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Bishop Basil on the Episcopal Assembly

At the Episcopal Assembly recently concluded in New York City on Friday, May 28, His Grace Bishop BASIL was elected Secretary of the Assembly. Matthew Namee interviewed His Grace on his impression of the Episcopal Assembly … Listen HERE. Image … Continue reading

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They will know we are Christians by our … Blogs?

Not being a big fan of television, years ago I fantasized about a TV show that would portray the real typical American Family — I guess it would have been what these days is known as a “Reality Show”. The … Continue reading

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C Jam Blues for a Friday

Nuthin’ a-tall to do with Orthodoxy, but: With a son who plays trombone, I’m very familiar with “C Jam Blues” — perhaps you are too — but here’s a video of Duke Ellington & Crew back in 1942. Check out … Continue reading

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Movie About the Jesus Prayer

Interested? Go HERE. Thanks to commenter Alex Forstenhausler for the link.

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SYRIA: Finale (about those icons)

This is the fifteenth (final)in a 15-part series of pics from Syria. First — Second — Third — Fourth — Fifth — Sixth — Seventh — Eighth — Ninth — Tenth — Eleventh — Twelfth — Thirteenth — Fourteenth — … Continue reading

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