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Glorificando a Dios Diariamente

Noviembre 17, 2018

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Saludos a todos en este el 17 de noviembre. ¡Cristo está entre nosotros! ¡Está y estará! Hoy nos recordamos y celebramos al San Gregorio el milagroso de Neocaesarea, al venerable Nikón, el abad de Radonezh, discípulo del venerable Sergio, al venerable Lázaro el iconógrafo, de Constantinopla, al mártir Gobrón, o Miguel, y 133 soldados de Georgia, al venerable Genadio de Vatopedi en Monte Athos.

La epístola hoy es de Gálatas 1:3-10, y el Santo Evangelio…

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Voices from St Vladimir's Seminary

The Legacy of St. Herman and the Alaskan Mission Today

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Archpriest Michael Oleksa delivered a powerful, enlightening, and heart-felt message on the campus of St. Vladimir's Seminary Saturday, September 1, 2018, as part of the Seminary's celebration of the Ecclesiastical New Year. The distinguished alumnus and author beautifully weaved the history of the Alaskan Mission and the work of St. Herman and others into the present, as the Orthodox Church continues to defend the native peoples of Alaska and uphold the sanctity of the created world. Fr. Michael passionately implored Orthodox Christians everywhere to draw upon the past and modern-day experience of Orthodoxy in Alaska in witnessing Christ to all nations.

Rev. Fr. Chad Hatfield: Welcome to everybody who’s here. I know some of you were here when we started praying at 11 o’clock, and some of you have enjoyed lunch, and some of you have had a tour, and you’ve been introduced to things, what is referred to as the St. Herman’s Society, which is a student-born initiative which we’ve actually had now in place for several years, which focuses on environmental, ecological issues,…

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The Patristics Podcast

St. Ignatius - Epistle to the Smyrnaeans

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Ambrose and Alvin discuss the Letter to the Smyrnaeans by St. Ignatius as well as his Letter to St. Polycarp.

Mr. Ambrose Andreano: Hello, Ancient Faith listeners. Welcome to The Patristics Podcast. I’m your host, Ambrose, and with me as always is Alvinacius. [Laughter] Today we will be going over Ignatius of Antioch and his epistles to the Smyrnaeans and then a little bit of his epistle to Polycarp, so we’re just combining those epistles into just one podcast. We’ll just get right into it.

Ignatius is known in history as…

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Praying in the Rain

Everyday Ironies: Finding Salvation In The World

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"Those in the monastic life have spiritual fathers and mothers to help them in obtaining humility. We in the world have the very life in the world itself to humble us. "

One of the biggest stumbling blocks many of us in the world face (by “in the world” I mean “not in a monastery”) is that almost all of the Orthodox spiritual advice written in books is written by monastics for monastics.  Therefore, a certain amount of discernment is called for, a certain amount of adjustment is needed, a kind of returning of the material to fit a different key.  Those who are successful in this endeavour (usually with the help of…

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Through A Monk's Eyes

On Prayer 5 - The Role of the Body / Prayer by Night

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Fr. Seraphim reads the final section of the booklet On Prayer. The full text can be found at mullmonastery.com.

In the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. Amen.

Over the last month or so, I have been reading to you from a booklet titled, On Prayer, which the monastery has written and edited simply to sell in order to raise funds so we may repair the roof of our 1755 church on the Isle of Mull. Today I shall read to you the last sections of this booklet. If you would like to have…

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