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The identity of the God who knows me

The Angel of Yahveh found Hagar near a spring in the desert; it was the spring that is beside the road to Shur.  And he said, “Hagar, servant of Sarai, where have you come from, and where are you going?” … 5,197 more words

Orthodoxy, Conversion and Ecumenism

This post is taken from an article I found on one of my favorite websites OrthodoxInfo.   Since ecumenism is a great heresy facing the Orthodox Church today, I find this article very helpful, edifying and calming to my soul.   5,305 more words

Orthodox Christianity

The World is Mad by Archbishop Averky

Another edifying, prophetic essay by Archbishop Averky.   Every day these words become more and more true.  This essay is taken from a website dedicated to his writings.   1,539 more words

Orthodox Christianity

Francis, the Roman Pontifex Maximus, assesses, in human terms, the crucifixion of Yeshua, the Messiah of Israel

“Here at the cross is the man who loves his enemies, the man whose righteousness is greater than that of the Pharisees, who being rich became poor, who gives his robe to those who took his cloak, who prays for those who despitefully use him.  1,437 more words

The Israel Of God

confessions of a catholic: unity

At Easter Vigil 2015 I will enter full communion with the Catholic Church, which I hope will be a touchstone for greater depths in my spiritual journey toward God.

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confessions of a catholic: visibility

At Easter Vigil 2015 I will enter full communion with the Catholic Church, which I hope will be a touchstone for greater depths in my spiritual journey toward God.

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confessions of a catholic: hunger

At Easter Vigil 2015 I will enter full communion with the Catholic Church, which I hope will be a touchstone for greater depths in my spiritual journey toward God.

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