Life by Faith: Father Nicholas Vieron

Life by Faith: Father Nicholas Vieron

Life by Faith : Father Nicholas Vieron A legacy of ecumenicism that changed the face of Memphis. Father Nicholas Vieron has faithfully served the Annunciation Memphis community since his arrival in 1955. For more than six decades, he helped develop a culture of community, bridging relationships between Greeks and non-Greeks within...

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Five Ways to Stay Connected to Christ During the School Year

Five Ways to Stay Connected to Christ During the School Year

Even though we all strive to be like Jesus, not everyone always has a starring role. As your kids head back to school and schedules get more chaotic, take time to remind them that Christ is at the center of all that we do. To honor Him and his example...

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Christmas and the Celebration of Life

Christmas and the Celebration of Life

Is there a more thrilling time of year than Advent? It always seems a little easier to smile during the weeks between Thanksgiving and Christmas Day. There’s more music in the air, more light in the heart. Growing up as a fairly typical American kid, Christmas was just as much...

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Orthodoxy: A Global Perspective

Orthodoxy: A Global Perspective

Heraclitus wrote that the only constant in the world is change. As a military spouse, I have been reminded of this several times when my husband and I have received new orders — necessitating three moves in the last five years. With each move, I have acquired a bit of...

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The Mystery of Death and Resurrection

The Mystery of Death and Resurrection

During the past several months, I have have gotten hooked on the soundtrack to the newest Broadway hit musical, Hamilton. Historically meticulous and set to a hip-hop score, it chronicles the life of Alexander Hamilton, one of America’s lesser-known Founding Fathers. In a brilliant stylistic choice, the play is narrated by...

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