Monthly Archives: February 2011

Cross Your Heart, Not Your Legs!

In working with catechumens and seekers, even old dogs willing to learn new tricks, it’s a good think to revisit the basics … such as basic Church Etiquette. In this episode of the Orthodixie Podcast — helped by everyone from … Continue reading

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Beer is Liquid Bread? Nyet!

It’s a justification commonly heard during the Great Fast: “What? Beer? Why, that’s just liquid bread!” This is followed by a few chuckles — maybe a judgmental glance at the speaker’s bread belly. But beer’s status as “daily bread” may … Continue reading

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That Old Time Lenten Pantry

As we prepare to enter “Cheese Week” progressing toward the Great Fast of the Church, here follows a repost from years past to aid in the struggle. Here’s some items that can help stock a Lenten Pantry … + dried … Continue reading

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That Old Time Religion … Region

GREENSBORO, NC [OCA] — His Grace, Bishop Mark will deliver a lecture titled “Stillness in a Frenzied World: Wisdom from the Ancient Church” at New Garden Friends Meeting, 801 New Garden Rd., Greensboro, on on Friday, February 25, 2011 at … Continue reading

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That Old Time (Tak Pravda) Religion

“When are we going to stop making Christianity politically correct and all-inclusive?” “Why do we insist on accommodating every possible alternative to the centuries-old Christian tradition? Where is the limit, or is there no limit at all?” “Many Christians worldwide … Continue reading

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SALVATION: Protestant vs Orthodox

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Clergy Can Be Funny, But Teachable?

While working on a presentation for Illumination Learning titled Funny Moments Can be Teachable Things, I was also participating in the annual clergy retreat for the Diocese of Wichita and Mid-America in Wichita, Kansas. So, I recruited my brother clergy … Continue reading

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