Fr. Ted cautions us against the popular notion of spirituality without religion.
Fr. Ted reminds us that, "Christ is always in front of us," and that spiritual healing is readily available.
The more secular society gets, the more we begin to forget those things that used to come naturally to us.
Fr. Ted explains that it is possible to be a good person and a bad Christian simultaneously.
Fr. Ted discusses the period in the Church's calendar year called the Triodion. In her wisdom, Fr. Ted explains, the Church strategically places these lessons for us immediately preceding Lent.