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The transcendent

Written by Fr. Lev Gillet, also known as “A Monk of the Eastern Church,” In Thy Presence is a book of short spiritual reflections on the presence of Christ. 248 more words

St Vladimir's Seminary

Illness and Suffering - Epistle of James 5:10-20 and Gospel of Matthew 9:1-8

     The entire Epistle of James is an instructional pastoral letter written to all people of Jewish or Gentile birth that have become Christians. In this Epistle, the people are instructed in how Christians should conduct themselves in matters of work, faith, and personal dealings with others; as well as, how to respond to trials, temptations, and illness. 467 more words

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Sunday of the Holy Fathers - Gospel Reading Matthew 5:14-19.

     The Gospel Reading for the Sunday of the Holy Fathers is Matthew 5:14-19. This reading is appointed by the Orthodox Church to be read for all Feast Days of the Holy Fathers.   721 more words

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NW Greek Open Golf Tourney-Seattle, July 18th, 2014

NW Greek Open Golf Tournament - July 18 

The 2014  St. Demetrios “NW Greek Open 2014″ golf tournament will be at Redmond Ridge Golf Course on Friday July 18, 2014.   207 more words

Events

Abp. Joseph elected as Metropolitan of All North America!

Axios! Axios! Axios!

Today, Archbishop Joseph of Los Angeles and the West was elected as the Archbishop of New York and Metropolitan of All North America by the Holy Synod of Antioch. 52 more words

About Jesus Healing the Centurion's Servant. Mt. 8:5-13

In Matthew, 4: 15, Jesus left Nazareth and went to live in Capernaum. Some biblical scholars believe this move is a fulfillment of a prophesy in Isaiah 9:1-2, “by way of the sea … dwelling along the seacoast … Galilee of the Gentiles, a people who walk in darkness, behold a great light; and you who dwell in the country of the shadow of death, upon you a light will shine….”   Capernaum was located on the northern shore of the Sea of Galilee.  378 more words

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End of June Blog Update

Hello everyone! I know, I know – things have been dreadfully slow here these past two or three weeks. I offer you my sincerest apologies. I was wrapping up my first class of part one of my summer session and my thought process was bottlenecked and backed up trying to recall basic accounting information. 200 more words

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