Posts for June, 2014

Divine Liturgy Broadcast

Divine Liturgy on Sunday of Holy Apostles Peter and Paul

This Sunday marks the end of the Apostles Fast and the Feast of Holy Apostles Peter and Paul. O Lord, receive unto the enjoyment of Your good things and…

Jun 29, 2014
The Sounding

A Little “Liturgical Dance”: Orthodox Christians Celebrate Easter in Ghana

Orthodox Christians are known for very traditional — sometimes somber — worship. But the celebration of Christ’s Resurrection is a time…

Jun 29, 2014
Learn, The Sounding

Festal “Life Cycle” Chart for Children

As the mother of two young daughters who love to do craft projects and art, I’m always looking for new project ideas, especially those that allow…

Jun 29, 2014
The Sounding

Seamus and Mary

Both of my children, Seamus and Jonah are speech delayed. Because of this, I have always tried to find simple prayers for Seamus–who can talk–to…

Jun 29, 2014
The Sounding

The Three Best Recordings of Agni Parthene, an Orthodox Christian Hymn from Modern Times

Orthodox Christians aren’t known for liturgical innovation. Yet there continue to be new hymns written and new music composed. Perhaps one of the…

Jun 28, 2014
Orthodox News

NPR: For Iraqi Christians, Return To Captured City Is A Fraught Mandate

For those of us watching the desperate plight of Christians in Iraq, it’s hard to imagine the courage it would take for a Christian to re-enter the…

Jun 28, 2014
Come Receive the Light - Greek

Οι δύο αφέντες

Ο Δημήτρης Καραβασίλης μεταφέροντας τον λόγο του Ευαγγελίου υπενθυμίζει οτι δεν είναι…

Jun 28, 2014
The Sounding

The Door of Lovingkindness

Lately my mind has been turning back to the years of my life when I, my husband, and our two small daughters lived in the student housing complex at the…

Jun 28, 2014
Read, The Sounding

New York Times – The Spiritual Recession

The New York Times featured an excellent editorial on ‘The Spiritual Recession’ on June 27, 2014. Op-Ed columnist David Brooks writes about…

Jun 28, 2014
The Sounding

The Dark Ages: Who Turned Out the Lights?

Among the literature of those who make it their main business to vilify the Christians, perhaps no concept has served a more useful purpose than the idea…

Jun 28, 2014
The Sounding

Parent Review: St. George and the Dragon

Brenda Praggastis and her teen-aged daughter Elena both read Michael Lotti’s new book, St. George and the Dragon. They agreed to read the book separately…

Jun 28, 2014
The Sounding

Teen Review: St. George and the Dragon

Elena Praggastis and her mother Brenda both read Michael Lotti’s new book, St. George and the Dragon. They agreed to read the book separately and…

Jun 28, 2014

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