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The Sounding Blog

A Christmas Mash of Culture and Faith

Are you still enjoying the Nativity Season? They may have stopped playing Christmas music on the radio, but we haven’t. Here is a lovely rendition of O Come Emmanuel with the Christmas Katavasia composed by Dina Marinakos. It’s performed by Dina on piano and accompanied by Andy Holland on cello   Ode 1. Christ is born,

Dec 27, 2016
Daily Bible Readings

Stephen, Archdeacon and First Martyr

  Listen to the Daily Reading for December 27, 2016, Stephen, Archdeacon and First Martyr, and Theodore the Confessor, brother of Saint Theophanes…

Dec 26, 2016
Orthodox News

The Parish Stewardship Program – Council of Ministries Part II

Council of Ministries and its Role in Stewardship Development Fr. Steve Dalber, Saint Nektarios Church, Charlotte, NC   The Role of the Priest The…

Dec 26, 2016
Pemptousia Partnership

The Dignity of Humankind and the Indignity of God

Ilias Voulgarakis       An undignified Trinity Once upon all the time, there’s God. And from some time there’s human beings. But the…

Dec 26, 2016
The Prayer Team

Will We Keep the Gifts or Return Them?

LET US GIVE THANKS TO THE LORD I give thanks to the Lord with my whole heart. Psalm 9:1 I will build them up, and not tear them down; I will plant them,…

Dec 26, 2016
The Sounding Blog

Is Love a Gift or Re-Gift?

Do you re-gift? Some say it’s tacky to re-gift because a gift is a personal expression of friendship or love and shouldn’t be second-hand. Others…

Dec 26, 2016
Daily Bible Readings

Synaxis of the Holy Theotokos

Listen to the Daily Reading for December 26, 2016, Synaxis of the Holy Theotokos St. Paul’s Letter to the Hebrews 2:11-18 BRETHREN, he who sanctifies…

Dec 25, 2016
OCMC

OCMC News – Bringing Orthodoxy to the People: The Growing Church of Sweden

The Holy Metropolis of Sweden and All Scandinavia includes the nations of Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Iceland, and Greenland. OCMC Executive Director, Fr….

Dec 25, 2016
Pemptousia Partnership

The Word became flesh (John 1, 14) A Sermon on the Nativity of Christ

The Word became flesh; that is, the Son of God, co-eternal with God the Father and with the Holy Spirit, became human — having become incarnate of the…

Dec 25, 2016
The Prayer Team

Read the Story

LET US GIVE THANKS TO THE LORD I give thanks to the Lord with my whole heart. Psalm 9:1 With our journey to the manger now complete, take a moment today…

Dec 25, 2016
Daily Bible Readings

Christmas

Listen to the Daily Reading for December 25, 2016, The Nativity of Our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ St. Paul’s Letter to the Galatians 4:4-7 BRETHREN,…

Dec 24, 2016