Monthly Archives: September 2021

And His own received Him not

15/28 September OS 2021 – Tuesday of the 15th week of Matthew; Afterfeast of the Cross; St. Nicetas the Goth, Great-Martyr In today’s Gospel, the Lord’s fellow townsmen are offended because of His teaching them in the synagogue: At that … Continue reading

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God and Caesar

(Please forgive – I”m posting this a week late. Just re-read it – it was written in 2016 – and it seemed timely; so I decided to re-post it with some minor wording changes, albeit tardily). Listen to an audio … Continue reading

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Orthodox Survival Course, Class 66: In Memoriam, on the 39th Anniversary of the Repose of Hieromonk Seraphim (Rose) – Fr. Seraphim and the Tools of Discernment

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These words were written that ye might believe

27 August OS 2021: Thursday of the Twelfth Week of St. Matthew; St. Poimen; Holy Martyr Phanourios the newly-revealed; St. Caesarius, Bishop of Arles Listen to this commentary as an audio podcast at https://www.spreaker.com/user/youngfaithradio/12mattth On Monday we began reading from the … Continue reading

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