Monthly Archives: July 2010

Intelligent People?

People are usually characterized as intelligent based on an incorrect usage of that word. It is not those who have studied the sayings and writings of ancient wise men that are intelligent. Rather, it is those who have an intelligent … Continue reading

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Fr Danislav Re-revisited

Selected podcasts refashioned into book form = We Came, We Saw, We Converted. It’s not a book specifically about American Orthodox Converts — rather, it’s a book about perpetual conversion in Christ. What’s next? Selected podcasts re-refashioned into … The … Continue reading

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Fr Matthew MacKay

November 18, 1955 – July 26, 2010Eternal Memory! Service Information:Thursday, July 295-7 PM – Visitation7 PM – Funeral Service for the Departure of a Priest Friday, July 3010 AM – Funeral Divine Liturgy In the meantime, please pray for Khouriya … Continue reading

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What is the OCF? (A Clergy Laity Report)

On this week’s episode of the Orthodixie Podcast, I interview the Development Director, Presbytera Shyla Hadzellis (not pictured here) and her husband, Fr Nicholas (nope, not him either), about OCF and their presence at the recent GOA Clergy Laity Congress … Continue reading

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Patriarch Says “Blogoslovit Blogosphere”

The following news story is taken from here … Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia Kirill has urged the clergy to use Internet blogs for missionary work. The head of the Russian Orthodox Church warned against idle talk or passing … Continue reading

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Orthodox Priest to Presbyterians (!)

If you’ve not already, you’ll want to click here and watch this “ecumenical guest” drop some bombs speak to a Presbyterian Church Assembly. (You’ll just have to stomach the introductions, or slide ahead to the 1:30 mark.) I agree with … Continue reading

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CSR 2010: The Last Picture Show

The gate to Camp Takatoka in Wagoner, Oklahoma, where Camp St Raphael is held every year (Diocese of Wichita and Mid-America). The days begin and end with prayer … A typical “Ask Abouna” group; beware those guys in the upper … Continue reading

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