How unintentional are unwittingly committed sins?

How unintentional are unwittingly committed sins?

Ioannis Kornarakis, Emeritus Professor of Pastoral Psychology and Confession, University of Athens († 2013)   All of us have had the experience of unwittingly committing a sin. And, of course, every confessor/spiritual guide often hears, at almost every confession, the assurance or claim on the part of the penitent that...

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The Fallen Man: How Does the Orthodox Faith View Original Sin

The Fallen Man: How Does the Orthodox Faith View Original Sin

Listen Now.  We start with a conversation between Fr. Chris and Frederica Mathewes-Green about the fallen man.  How does the Orthodox faith view the original sin and what does it mean for us today.  Fr. Chris then talks with Rod Dreher about his latest book, The Benedict Option.  Photo credit:...

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Your Sins are Forgiven

Your Sins are Forgiven

It goes without saying that the trials of life can weigh a person down. As every day passes, the weight of each small sin and mistake takes its toll on our backs as we feel our burdens heavy upon our shoulders. Bent over under all the pressure, we just can’t...

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