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How To Tie An Orthodox Prayer Rope, Komboskini, Chotki; VERY EASY!!
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Icons in Hobbiton: Charming faces of Russian Orthodoxy » CatholicViral
Sergei Smirnov visited a dozen of Russian monasteries and convents. This is a religious procession from Spassky Kostomarovsk Convent (Voronezh Oblast) to a holy source on the Don River.
What Christian Tradition Says on the Role of Our Body and Cremation - The Catalog of Good Deeds
At the dawn of Christianity, when the pagan religions were still dominating the world, the few Christians that were living in the Roman Empire...
One God, the Father and One Lord, Jesus Christ - The Whole Counsel Blog
It is a commonplace in St. Paul’s theology for the apostle to refer to God the Father and the Lord Jesus Christ as a unified phrase (cf. Rom 1:4, 7; 5:1, 11; 6:23; 7:25; 8:39; 15:6, 30; 16:20; 1 Cor 1:2-3, 9-10; 8:6; 15:57; 2 Cor 1:2-3; Gal 1:3; Eph 1:2-3, 17; 5:20; 6:23; Phi 1:2; 2:11; Col 1:3; 1 Thess 1:1, 3; 5:9; 2 Thess 1:1-2, 12; 2:16; 1 Tim 1:2; 2 Tim 1:2; Phil 1:3). Within the context of 1 Corinthians 8:6, St. Paul makes this formulation based on integrating Christ into the shema of…
Saints Timothy and Mavra Resource Page
Sts. Timothy and Mavra (Feast Day - May 3) Verses Of old Christ spread out his arms on the Cross, Now Mavra together with Timothy spre...
The Lenten Journey Begins: Forgiveness Sunday - Walking an Ancient Path
Our two younger children sat alone, stone-faced, in a forest of pews while the other parishioners gathered at the front of the church. We were lining up for the final portion of Forgiveness Vespers, the evening service on Cheesefare Sunday (as in, “Farewell to dairy products!”) that ushers the Orthodox faithful into the season of Great Lent. With a little bit of parental bribery (dinner at Red Robin), the kids, who…
Cultivating Inexpressible Joy
Godly life is joyful. Secular life is sorrowful. For forty years, as though the presence of God were a toxin in our culture, schools and public square, many of America’s leaders have been zealously working to detoxify our land. Not surprisingly, the more secularized we have become, the more sorrowful we have become.
The Trisagion Hymn and "Rejoice! O Virgin Theotokos!" for Solo Voice - Sarah Bereza
Do you wish you prayed every morning? Or most mornings? Or at least, some mornings? For a long time, I didn’t pray in the morning. But then I realized I could sing prayers and everything clicked! Today, I have a guest post on my friend Nicole Roccas’s blog Time Eternal, telling the story of how I came to … The Trisagion Hymn and “Rejoice! O Virgin Theotokos!” for Solo Voice Read More »