Thomas Sunday – On Fear and Love

Thomas Sunday – On Fear and Love

The Sunday after Christ’s crucifixion, the disciples are lost. Fear has paralyzed them as they hide themselves behind closed doors. Fr. Anthony Tandilyan’s sermon on Thomas Sunday speaks of the human reality of being in fear and doubt like the Apostle Thomas, until the  descent of the Holy Spirit. Local,...

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In Times of War and Loss

In Times of War and Loss

In big and small ways God uses us all to share His love with others. Our first interview with Father Thaddeus Werner tells his path to becoming a Chaplain and how God uses him and other Chaplains to share God’s love and peace. Have you or someone close to you...

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An eye for an eye (Levit. 24, 20-21). Is Mosaic law retaliatory?

An eye for an eye (Levit. 24, 20-21). Is Mosaic law retaliatory?

Archimandrite Theofilos Lemontzis, D. Th.   Supporters of rough justice often quote Mosaic Law, which is concerned with retaliation, with ‘an eye for an eye’ (Ex. 21, 23-25; Levit. 24, 20-21; Deut. 19, 18-21). But what is the meaning of these particular ordinances? Do they really impose retaliation and revenge?...

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The Theology of Gender – 6. The New Eve

The Theology of Gender – 6. The New Eve

Sofia Matzarioti-Kostara   The honor and respect of Christianity to women is demonstrated especially in the person of the Theotokos. She is the human closest to God; after Christ, she is the most beloved and honored person by men and God. She has a great place in worship and is...

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Faith and What it Can Do For You

Faith and What it Can Do For You

We will now be including the daily reading of Epistle and Gospel with The Prayer Team. The Resurrection of Christ   Now when He rose early on the first day of the week, He appeared first to Mary Magdalene, from whom He had cast out seven demons. She went out and...

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