Archives for June 2010

HuffPo Writer Also Wants to Eradicate Limbaugh, Beck, and O’Reilly

I wanted to give Frank Schaeffer the benefit of the doubt and have been patient with his forays into the senseless (yes, bereft of good sense) moral posturing of the left thinking that he might moderate after he saw that the best he could hope for was a paternalistic tolerance a step or two above useful idiot status. Looks like he isn't getting the message. Is Schaeffer becoming the Orthodox … [Read more...]

Lasers Uncover First Icons of Sts. Peter and Paul

The earliest known icons of the Apostles Peter and Paul were discovered in a catacomb located under a modern office building in a residential neighborhood of Rome, Tuesday, June, 22, 2010. Restorers said Tuesday they had unearthed the 4th-century images using a new laser technique that allowed them to burn off centuries of white calcium deposits without damaging the dark colors of the original … [Read more...]

New Monastery Founded

For more information contact: Fr. Peter Preble | 508-765-5276 SOUTHBRIDGE – On Sunday, June 20th the parish community of St. Michael Orthodox Christian Church voted to found the St. Columba of Iona Orthodox Monastery on the grounds of the church. For more than a year, Fr. Peter Preble, the pastor of the parish, has been working to find suitable property to found the monastery. One of the … [Read more...]

St Katherine College: Orthodox Undergraduate Education

One of the greatest needs for the Church in America is an Orthodox school system.  With few  exceptions, Orthodox Christian children attend public schools.  Yes, some attend private religiously affiliated or secular schools.  But there are very few Orthodox parochial school.   A noticeable exception to this, is Three Hierarchs Eastern Orthodox School (THEOS), "a private, non-public, … [Read more...]

Timothy George on the Manhattan Declaration

HT: Peter and Helen Evans "The best dialogue occurs among people who are of great conviction about what they believe. ... I do not believe in an ecumenism of accommodation. I do believe in an ecumenism of conviction." Interviewer: Peter and Helen Evans. … [Read more...]