Father Orthoduck was going to post a follow-up on the post “A Christian View of Wall Street” from a several days ago. However, some news came out yesterday that has him fuming. What news? New York, January 30 — The United States military has stopped evacuations of critically ill patients from Haiti to Florida until […]
Archives for January 2010
Today has been a rather busy day. I will try to post by tonight.
Husbands, love your wives, just as Christ also loved the church and gave Himself for her, that He might sanctify and cleanse her with the washing of water by the word, that He might present her to Himself a glorious church, not having spot or wrinkle or any such thing, but that she should be […]
Since we are approaching Lent, let’s keep working on the idea of confession, but from a better author than I. How does one prepare oneself for confession? Listed below is one resource from St. John of Kronstadt. As you read it, realize that he has taken a standard confession format, but expanded it widely. He […]
As we are preparing for Lent, the first thing we should often think about is personal confession. Below is an article from Internetmonk on some self-examination he did. This post was originally published by him in 2008. ==== Some Christians love to talk about the sins of Obama or gays or the mainstream media, but […]
The below is from Matushka Ann. I do not know who she is. This was sent to me by email, but it rings rather true. ===== How do we give alms? What should we do when we are offended? And more specifically, how can or should we help our monastic institutions, our own parish, our […]
The Daily Show With Jon Stewart Mon – Thurs 11p / 10c Jim Wallis www.thedailyshow.com Daily Show Full Episodes Political Humor Health Care Crisis Have you ever asked yourself whether there is any other Christian view than the viewpoint of the Religious Right? Is there no other option but to say that God completely opposes […]
Let Father Orthoduck just write a few words down and finish this subject of private gun ownership and militias. Please look back at his earlier postings within this last week if you are not aware of what Father Orthoduck has posted. First, private gun ownership is obviously the intent of the Second Amendment, given the […]
Father Orthoduck wishes to remind all of us, but particularly the Orthodox and Roman Catholics among the readers of this blog, that the examination of our sins during Lent should lead us to our Lenten confession. This is a very salutatory practice which can lead us to a greater spiritual understanding of our salvation during […]
At clergy retreat may get to post tonight, may not. GRIN.