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special meet - 5th saturday in august 2014

August 2014 is one of those months with 5 Saturdays. Normally, York becomes a barren wasteland, devoid of fun, joy and us. But this time, 5th Saturday means happiness. 167 more words


NW Priest Preparing for Mission to the Philippines-You Can Help!

Great-martyr Marina (Margaret) of Antioch in Pisidia (4th c.)

““By Divine Providence, the diaspora emerged in order that the light of Orthodoxy would shine throughout the world.” — St John of Shanghai and San Francisco… 332 more words


Vanity do-gooding

I don’t hate charity. I don’t hate kindness, I don’t hate generosity and I don’t hate philanthropy.

Good, now that’s all cleared up, hopefully you’ll understand my position on vanity do-gooding (even if you don’t agree). 675 more words

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Francis advances a counterfeit charity based on a "live and let live" philosophy

Excerpts from La Salette Journey

But shouldn’t we be tolerant? Isn’t that charitable?

‘Real love involves real hatred,’ countered Archbishop Sheen. ‘Whoever has lost the power of moral indignation and the urge to drive the buyers and sellers from the temples has also lost a living, fervent love of truth. 20 more words


Fount of Mercy Joins the Penny Drop Project Team!

We are thrilled to introduce and welcome our newest member of the Penny Drop Project, Fount of Mercy!

“There are over 48-million children in sub-Saharan Africa that have lost one or both of their parents,” and Fount of Mercy’s primary goal is to care for the orphans of Uganda that would otherwise never be given a chance to receive an education or healthcare. 321 more words

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200. Did you know today is the first 'World Day Against Human Trafficking'?

The United Nations have set up this day with the following aim: to educate people about human trafficking, today’s equivalent of the slave trade that was abolished more than a century ago. 48 more words


Ancient Times speak loudly to us today

I recently went for a visit to the Pueblo Grande near Downtown Phoenix.  It is an archaeological site where the ancient Hohokam’s lived for thousands of years.   301 more words