Monthly Archives: August 2010

On Spiritual Tourism

Many come to the Holy Mountain, visit various Fathers, become enthused with what they hear from each, interpret them in their own way, muddle them up in their heads and then say, ‘We had a really good time.’ Whereas, if … Continue reading

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Dueling Deacons from the “Old Country”

On this episode of the Orthodixie Podcast, I sit down with two Deacons of the Church – both hailing from the Old Country (i.e., one was reared in middle Tennessee and the other was born and raised in the hills … Continue reading

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No Orthodoxy in the Modern World

This was sent to me by Fr Justin McFeeters. True … and funny (as all funny things are) … and, in a way, sad:

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Manhattan House of Worship: Archbishop Demetrios

I take this opportunity to convey my heartfelt appreciation to former Governor George Pataki for his initiative this afternoon to address the concerns of not only our own community but also citizens across our nation and the world regarding the … Continue reading

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Build House of Worship in Manhattan!

Contrary to other voices opposed to building the “house of worship” at Ground Zero — I say, by all means, build it! Go here for video. The story.

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CHAPTER 20: Letters from the Old Country

This week’s episode of the Orthodixie Podcast is taken from the forthcoming audio version of the book We Came, We Saw, We Converted … Here at the Orthodixie Headquarters we are blessed, from time to time, to receive letters and … Continue reading

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Eternal Memory, Metropolitan Christopher

Metropolitan Christopher was from Galveston, Texas, and was an alumnus of Nashotah House Seminary (see below). UPDATE: FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE NEWLY REPOSED METROPOLITAN +CHRISTOPHER OF BLESSED MEMORY: AUGUST 23, 2010 – Hierarchical Divine Liturgy, 10:00 AM, Monday, August 23, … Continue reading

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