Handel for Ho-Ho, Half Nelson for Noel, Hunger for Hesychia
December 10, 2011
Fr. Joseph bumps into Mariah, the Grinch, and the Boston Pops, as he beats up a camera man, a mother, and a child—all in the name of "winter."
On Honeymoon . . . with John the Baptist?
What does John the Baptist have in common with bees, mead, honey and moons—even honeymoons? Fr. Joseph fills in the details and answers the question: If Zacharias and Elizabeth…
Glory to God:
No Opinions Needed
Fr. Stephen looks at the role of the passions in the formation of the modern soul. There is a better way to live.
The Wilderness Journal:
Making Space for Silence
How is it possible to find silence in the middle of the city? Why does it matter? On the lessons learned from St. Isidora and the daily task of floor…
Soteriology, Hesychasm And Huneycutt In Beaumont
The words: soteriology, hesychasm, and vlachos were spoken recently in Beaumont, Texas—not to mention so-dzo, so-dzentai, huneycutt, and so-dzenestitai. (Most holy Theotokos, save us!)