Monthly Archives: August 2011

Clergy Feet Are Made of Clay

With the recent falling asleep of Archbishop DMITRI of the Orthodox Church in America, I was reminded of the many occasions in his presence – mostly around the Monastery of the Glorious Ascension, Resaca, Georgia – back in the day. … Continue reading

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EP Calls Meeting: Church in the ME

Patriarchate of Constantinople calls Synaxis to focus on the state of the Church in the Middle East An announcement issued by the Office of the Chief Secretary of the Patriarchate of Constantinople’s Sacred and Holy Synod, dated August 31, 2011, … Continue reading

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RETREAT: Parenting in the 21st Century

Guiding, Guarding and Discipline for Parents, Grandparents & Godparents in the Orthodox Tradition Retreat Master: Fr. John Peck September 10, 2011 Fr. John A. Peck is the priest in charge of St. George Orthodox Church in Prescott, AZ. Fr. John … Continue reading

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TEXAS: Stolen Comment from GetReligion

The following comment from “Bill” was in reference to this story. 1) Texas is a big place, with different geography, different climates and different economies. (TMatt, try the Davis Mountains, sometime.) San Antonio is pretty much in the middle of … Continue reading

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News Story, Includes Scientists, Must Be True …

LONDON: US scientists claim that when aliens arrive, they will destroy Earthlings because we harm our environment so much. Three scientists from NASA and Pennsylvania State University have warned that aliens would declare a war with us after they see … Continue reading

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We’re Not Gay; We Were Sewn This Way! (2 of 2)

This episode of the Orthodixie Podcast is the second in a two-part series. After Part One, I’m Not Gay; I Was Drawn This Way, I received a number of emails, some from so-called homosexuals, thanking me. A couple emails were … Continue reading

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A Word About “A Mother’s Eyes”

A work of pious fiction which details the earthly life of Our Lord through the eyes of His mother. Incarnating the Mother of God as more than icon, more than statue, more than pious emotion, author Karen S. Woods treads … Continue reading

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