Monthly Archives: May 2017

Do you ask a lot of questions?

Last Sunday’s Gospel poses an interesting situation. The non-believers asked many questions of the blind man, to the point where he became frustrated. How many times do we question what God asks of us? To read Scripture on a daily … Continue reading

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Stewardship of the Fast, Family and Vacation!

The final bell rings marking the end of the school year-and the mad rush for the exits ensues. Many of us can remember that highly anticipated and energetic time of our youth. It is a time of hope for a … Continue reading

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The Stewardship of Reading Scripture-St. John Chrysostom

Great is the profit of divine Scriptures, and all sufficient is the aid which comes from them… for the divine oracles are a treasury of all manner of medicines.Whether it be needful to quench pride, to lull passion to sleep, … Continue reading

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Try something new…

In the Orthodox Church calendar, the second Sunday after Easter is dedicated to the Myrrh Bearing Women. These women played a very important role in Christianity. Stepping outside of their boundaries or not being in their comfort zone is one … Continue reading

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