On a new "Raising Saints," Elissa Bjeletich describes how she and her fellow Sunday school teachers are involving the children in the consecration of the altar at her church parish in Austin, Texas.
Fr. Lawrence Farley, the priest of St. Herman's Orthodox Church in Langley, British Columbia, and the host of "Coffee Cup Commentaries," uses the Scriptures to describe what awaits us in the world to come.
Hasta la Gloria
¿Que Hay Adentro?
Come and See
Parable of the Talents
A Lamp for Today
Going to the Dogs! The Fifteenth Sunday of Matthew
The One Thing Progress Cannot Do
Fr. Stephen Freeman
Sat, Feb 06, 2016
It is common among Orthodox teachers to identify prayer with the “one thing necessary” that Christ speaks of in John 11. This emphasizes prayer as communion with God – for communion with God is the…
Too Ashamed to Repent!
Fr. Barnabas Powell
Thu, Feb 11, 2016
St. John Chrysostom declares “Be ashamed when you sin, not when you repent.” I can’t tell you how many times I’ve had people confide in me that they don’t go to confession…
Making Sense of Isaiah 7:14 –“Young Woman” or “Virgin”? (Part 3)
Tue, Feb 09, 2016
In part 1 of this series, we looked at the textual data regarding Isaiah 7:14 in multiple Hebrew manuscripts and translations into other languages. In part 2, we examined the “wibbly-wobbly”…
Paschal Orthodox Activities
Tapestry Banner, icon of the Resurrection, 17 inch tall
When God Made You
set of two mini icons, Christ and Mother of God (Sommer)
Icon of the Resurrection in a Faberge-style Frame
Set of 5 Kid's Paterikon books for the Lenten / Paschal season