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Behold: Dying, we live!

Pascha approaches: we should reflect once again on this crux of our faith, orient ourselves anew by the perspective that it offers, and enter afresh into its mystery. 1,520 more words


“The first and foremost trouble under this heading is to be concerned about the person, rather than with the person himself. The trouble with the people who were not orthodox was that they were wrong in their doctrines about God and about the Lord Jesus Christ and about the Holy Spirit.

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Kingdom Quotes

Blessed Are You When Men Shall Revile You and Persecute You and Say All Manner of Evil Against You Falsely, For My Sake. Rejoice and Be Exceeding Glad, For Great is Your Reward in Heaven

Our Lord’s words are “powerful and sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing even to the dividing asunder of soul and spirit, and of the joints and marrow,” for the Word and Son of God is “a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart” (Hebrews 4:12). 1,028 more words

Church Fathers

Michael Schleyer reblogged this on Struggling with Modernity and commented:

This post reflects our modern situation a great deal. Another excellent piece from Fr. Alexis.

A Rebuttal to Metropolitan Hilarion

A wonderful and truthful reply to Metropolitan Hilarion’s recent accusations that the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church was leading a “crusade against Orthodoxy.”  From the introductory remarks of the rebuttal. 234 more words

Eastern Catholic Church

Why We Need Monks

April 14, 2014 By J. David Nolan
FROM: Fare Foward: A Christian Review of Ideas @ Patheos.com

Religious communities serve as icons of the Christian life. 232 more words


Be of Good Cheer!

When you’re journeying through a long Holy week, when you’re going through a hard patch in life, when you’re working through difficult decisions, it’s good to be reminded of this joyful news.  30 more words