Invitation to the Sanctity of Life Prayer Vigil in Washington, DC [VIDEO]

Unless the Lord watches over the city, the watchman watches in vain. Sanctity of Life Prayer Vigil: Please join us for an evening of prayer on Sunday, January, 23, 2011. St. Nicholas Cathedral, Washington, will be open for the vigil from 8 pm to 11 pm for prayer. Come and go as you please and invite everyone in your group, before or after dinner, Orthodox and non-Orthodox. There will also be … [Read more...]

Orthodox Resources for Sanctity of Life Sunday

Metropolitan Jonah's Message for Sanctity of Life Sunday http://www.oca.org/news/2374 March for Life Fact Sheet 2011 http://www.marchforlife.org/content/view/69/1/ Resources for Sacred Gift of Life Sunday: Protecting the Life of the Unborn (2010) http://www.antiochian.org/sacred_gift The Sanctity of Human Life Rev. Dr. Stanley S. … [Read more...]

Wesley J. Smith: The Disturbing Rehabilitation of Dr. Kevorkian

By Wesley J. Smith | Source: The Corner When Jack Kevorkian came to the nation’s attention in the 1990s, reporters at first depicted him — correctly — as a macabre and megalomaniacal promoter of death. But he was remade into a popular icon, becoming a pet guest on 60 Minutes, treated to uncharacteristically softball interviews by Mike Wallace and fawned over by Andy Rooney, and … [Read more...]

Met. Jonah: Message for Sanctity of Life Sunday

January 23, 2011, Sanctity of Life Sunday The Orthodox Church is like St John the Baptist crying out in the wilderness, or Jesus baptizing by the Jordan. We, like them, preach a message of repentance and the remission of sins in the new desert, the decadent culture of the modern West, mired in the chaos of moral collapse. The Orthodox Church’s message is a message of hope, of healing, … [Read more...]

The Unborn Paradox

This is a thoughtful essay that I was surprised to see in the New York Times. I've watched some of the MTV segments Douthat mentions below that deal with the reality of teenage pregnancy. You see the wisdom of young mothers giving their child up for adoption. By Ross Douthat | New York Times The American entertainment industry has never been comfortable with the act of abortion. Film or … [Read more...]

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