Through spiritual reading we learn to be open to the traces of grace not only in the things we read but in our lives and the lives of those we meet daily.
The violence and compulsion that always seem to travel along with the Kingdom of God are wholly of my own making. Let me explain.
This truth about the life in Christ, about freedom as love and love as freedom, is the cornerstone and assurance for the future of humankind. When we build on this inspired ethos, we are able to confront the great challenges of our world, which threaten not only our well-being but our very survival.
Source (AOB) Friday, December 22, 2017 Come, believers, let us see where Christ has been born. Let us follow where the star guides with the Magi, kings of the East. Angels sing praises there without ceasing. Shepherds abiding in the fields offer a fitting hymn, saying: Glory in the highest to Him Who has been … Continue reading Nativity Message from the Assembly Assembly of Canonical Orthodox Bishops of the United States of America
For all the good we see around us--and there is real and substantial goodness to be seen if only I am willing to see it--we live in a community that fosters indifference to God. This is why God has called us to establish a parish on the Isthmus.