Here's a short list of imperfect people, yet God still used them.
Are you a visual learner? This is a very interesting way to present some of the most frequently introduced topics across the four Gospels, and it's much more effective than a mere chart with four [...]
At Christmas, we see Jesus come to us as a humble child. And twelve days later we see the humble child revealed as the King of Gory. God unveiled the mystery of the Trinity [...]
"People might argue with the form that honor has taken over the centuries (icons, candles, hymns, prayers, etc.), but at no time has there ever been any intention of offering worship. Indeed, that would be [...]
In the running waters of the Jordan River, on this day the Lord of all crieth to John: Do not be afraid to baptize me, for I have come to save the first Adam.
"We must keep vigil in prayer and fasting, So that the Lord will find is ready When he comes." ~ Saint Genevieve of [...]
Our church's Patron Saint is a Deacon, not a Prophet, Priest, or King: This should serve as a constant reminder to us: participation and faithfulness are twin virtues that make all the difference in the [...]
As we get closer to the the great feast of our Lord's Nativity, let's prepare to celebrate this joyous occasion with reverence and thanksgiving for all that God has done for us. The Nativity celebrates [...]
We are celebrating the Feast of the Entry of the Theotokos into the Temple with Great Vespers, Fri at 7pm and Liturgy, Sat at 9:30am In his homily for the Feast of Entry [...]
Great Vespers for Entry of the Theotokos