The Meaning of Grace for the Christian

By John G. Panagiotou Do Something With Your Life As Christians, we are called to go into the world a little more sensitive, a little more different than when we arrive on this planet at conception. We are called to eternal life in the Kingdom of God with Jesus Christ and to lead others to that same destination. If that hasn’t been accomplished then the main objective of our lives has … [Read more...]

A Black Day: Supreme Folly from the Supremes [AUDIO]

Source: Ancient Faith Radio June 30, 2015 Length: 40:43 Learn more about Patristic Nectar Publications. By Fr. Josiah Trenham http://audio.ancientfaith.com/thearena/20150630_Sunday.mp3 A Day of Sorrow In the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, one God. Amen. You are wondering, I’m sure, why your priest is celebrating the liturgy in his black … [Read more...]

Je Suis Cecil

By Mary Lowell I am Cecil from whom you turn aside when my insides are taken out, not as yours when you came forth on your own clock timed to stars for your appearance - once upon a time you have no memory of - carefully kept exact as you were inside a careful world carefully prepared for your summons to this one, roaring with outrage at sudden light and unfamiliar touch of the … [Read more...]

Transfigure or Die Trying

Orthodoxy in the American Public Square by Fr. Alexander F. C. Webster The prevailing political and cultural elites in America are succeeding, steadily and surely, in plunging our society into a post-Christian vortex that bears a striking resemblance in many ways to the formative centuries of the ancient Church. Faithful early Christians had to endure an inhospitable culture and a decadent … [Read more...]

Mattingly: Memory Eternal, for a Quiet Giant in American Orthodoxy

Source: uexpress By Terry Mattingly FRANKLIN, Tenn. — It was a typical evangelistic crusade in rural Alabama and, as he ended his sermon, the Rev. Gordon Walker called sinners down to the altar to be born again. Most Southern towns have a few notorious folks who frequent the back pews during revival meetings, trying to get right with God. On this night, one such scalawag came … [Read more...]

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