Monthly Archives: July 2012

The Synod Speaks

I’ve been waiting patiently (which I’m not the best at), and nervously (to be honest), for the Holy Synod’s official response to Metropolitan Jonah’s resignation, which has come out and can be found here. It details from their point of … Continue reading

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You don’t say

In a move very predictable given their trend for the last decade, the Episcopal Church has recently approved and authorized same sex blessings. A development that can be found here. It seems as if a revolution of sorts is beginning to emerge … Continue reading

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Morning Dog

In my 12ish years of running, never have I been able to crack in to the AM portion of the day with it; and for the better part of a month I’ve been doing exactly that. I attribute this wonder, … Continue reading

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Metropolitan Jonah’s Resignation

My interest in Orthodoxy began in the early months of 2009. Not much was needed to spark my curiosity – a few icons hanging on the walls of my friend’s apartment, and of course, my friend himself. Shortly after that I … Continue reading

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Infant Baptisim

Perhaps you’re interested in why Orthodoxy Baptizes new born infants.  A good explination can be found here.

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Matthew 12:9-13

In today’s Gospel Christ encounters a group of Pharisaical Jews in the synagogue clearly looking to trap Him as a transgressor of the Jewish Law. At this point they are clearly familiar with His teaching, His growing followership, His miracles, all … Continue reading

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