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Healing with Fr. George Morelli

Healing with Fr. George Morelli
The Parable of the Publican and the Pharisee: Healing Ourselves and Healing Conflict

Episode date: January 20, 2010
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Hello, this is Fr. George Morelli This coming Sunday the Gospel that is read is that of the Publican and the Pharisee.  All in the Orthodox Church know that this is one of the Gospels that in the Wisdom of the Holy Spirit inspired Church we read in order to prepare ourselves to the annual spiritual retreat we take each year in the weeks before the Commemoration of Our Lord, God and Savior Jesus Christ’s Passion, the nailing to the Cross, the burial in the Grave and then His triumphant conquering of sin and death by His Glorious Resurrection.  Let me tell you a little story … I used to speak of the imitation of Christ,…

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Healing with Fr. George Morelli

Healing with Fr. George Morelli
The Parable of the Publican and the Pharisee: Healing Ourselves and Healing Conflict - Part 2

Episode date: January 27, 2010
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Hello, this is Fr. George Morelli. Last week I started talking about the Parable of the Publican and the Pharisee and how it relates to healing in our lives.  This is especially relevant as we are about to enter into the Lenten Season, that time of special spiritual reflection and prayer and ascetic struggle, to prevent us from succumbing to the temptations of the evil one, suffer the illness of the passions, which incline us to sin and become separated from God.  A fisrt step is to overcome pride, be able to see ourselves as we are, so we can long to be with God, because without Him we are Colder than the coldest imaginable Cold…

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Steve the Builder

Steve the Builder
Ask Me About Jesus

Episode date: January 30, 2010
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I was shopping for CD’s at the office supply store when I noticed him. Nearly everyone in the store was in business attire, suits, sport coats, designer casual, mid-calf dresses. It was easy to notice him because he wore a tattered T-shirt worn thin in places with a message across the back, thrift store polyester bell bottoms and a wide belt. His chopped hair looked like it had been cut with a pocket knife and stood up, because of nature, not a stylist. I noticed a few of the patrons smile condescendingly as he passed by them, most pretended they just didn’t see him. When I got close to him, I got embarrassed.

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