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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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What we can’t control and what we can- a valuable guideline in our business lives

St. Basil the Great… Each of us, let us acknowledge it, is the first author of his own vice. Among the ordinary events of life, some come naturally, like old age and sickness, others by chance like unforeseen occurrences, of … Continue reading

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“He who has compassion on the poor lends to God and He will repay Him for his good deed” (Proverbs 19:17).

The poor man who begs and the rich man who gives both are indebting the Lord, but only under the condition that the poor man begs in the name of the Lord with humility and that the rich man gives … Continue reading

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Everyone is good at something

St. Justin Popovic: For to be a member of the Church means to become incarnated with the God-man, to share His body, to become an organic part of His divine-human body. In other words, to become divine-human in the entire … Continue reading

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