Fr. Philip LeMasters reminds us that Christ does not ask us to fix our own personal problems, much less to end wars or feed thousands. All that he asks us to do is offer what little we can to Him for blessing with the faith that He will do with it what is best.
Fr. John Strickland discusses an important and fateful development in the history of Russian Christendom before modern times—the Possessor Controversy—on a new "Paradise and Utopia."
Fr. Christophe Lepoutre, the Executive Director of the nonprofit ministry "The Fellowship of the Inexhaustible Cup," addresses the relational aspect of addiction, explaining that all members of a family have a part in treating addiction.
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Come Out and Be Separate: Redeeming the World by Standing Apart
Fr. Andrew Stephen Damick
Thu, Oct 01, 2015
Seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost / First Sunday of Luke, September 27, 2015 II Corinthians 6:16-7:1; Luke 5:1-11 Rev. Fr. Andrew Stephen Damick In the Name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy…
Our Father: A Reflection on Spiritual Abuse.
Fr. Michael Gillis
Fri, Oct 02, 2015
Last time, we looked at how calling on God as our heavenly Father is a daring thing to do. Today, I want to look at the little pronoun, “our.” Jesus taught His disciples to pray “Our Father in…
Unecumenism and the Sins of All
Fr. Stephen Freeman
Fri, Oct 02, 2015
The concept of the One Church shifted during the Reformation. I offer a case in point as well as a reflection on how it changes our current understanding. The old Anglican Book of Common Prayer offers one…