The Jordanville Prayer Book: This is another popular Orthodox Christian prayer book. George Greek Orthodox Cathedral of Greenville, South Carolina, offers help elevating the mind and heart to God in praise, in thanksgiving, and in petition for the spiritual and material goods we need.Daily Scripture Readings: This calendar of daily readings features a selection from an epistle and a gospel. Discerning how presents an opportunity for dialogue with a spouse, child, or friend. James Devotional Guide: A unique devotional guide, which includes daily gospel readings, takes readers through the New Testament every year and the entire Old Testament every two years, pays special attention to the Book of Psalms as a normal component of daily Christian prayer, and is respectful of ancient, ecumenical lectionary traditions. The Place of Lives of Saints in the Spiritual Life: Hieromonk Damascene explores how important reading the lives of the saints was to St. Abba Moses: One online collection of lives of the saints The Prologue from Orchid: Another online collection of lives of the saints Iconograms: “Rejoice with those who rejoice; weep with those who weep” (Romans ). Fellowship Society of Orthodox Youth Organizations Orthodox Christian (College) Fellowship Antiochian Orthodox Christian Women of North America Orthodox Peace Fellowship Orthodox Prison Ministry Charity Global Orthodox Charity North American Orthodox Charity Mission Orthodox Mission Pro-Life Resources Orthodox Christian Life Zoe for Life Online Antiochian Village Camp and Retreat Center (Antiochian) Eagle River Institute of Orthodox Christian Studies (Antiochian) St.The Little Red Prayer Book: Prayer books let today's Christians join with Christians past, present, and future to worship the Lord, make requests of Him, and have our minds aligned with His.This is the standard prayer book in the Antiochian Archdiocese.I posted a response to the letters to the editor, online comments, and critical blogs that defended certain aspects of a particular clerical lifestyle.One of the things I mentioned was that while a lot of the loudest public voices had reacted defensively to my October column in , I received dozens of private messages from lay women and men, priests, seminarians, diocesan employees, and others whose personal experiences resonated with the piece.Andrew's Camp and Retreat Center (OCA) Camp Nazareth Retreat and Conference Center (ACROD) Egeria Exchange: Orthodox Home and Hospitality Exchange Christian Christian Orthodox Jobs Academics Illumination Learning: A network for sharing Orthodox Christian educational resources Paidea Classics: Orthodox Christian homeschooling Orthodox Christian Craft Supply: Hands-on learning for all ages Orthodox Schools: Orthodox Christian day schools St.
” sponsored by the Institute on Religion and World Affairs, Boston University and Pew Charitable Trusts (2003-2009). Translated into Russian, 'Dukh i Litera' (Spirit and Letter) Research and Publishing Association and St. Participant, Fourth Annual Meeting of the “Project on Christian Jurisprudence: Catholic, Protestant, and Orthodox Teachings on Law, Politics, and Society,” at the Center for the Study of Law and Religion of Emory University, March 27-29, 2007.Postscript from the City: The Eighth Day - by Deacon Andrei Saturday, August 1, 2015 Although I meant to visit to metochion (dependency) of the Athonite St.Panteleimon's monastery while we were on a field trip (July 14-21), I only made it there between the flights on my way back to Jordanville. Andrew in the 1960s due to inability of the diaspora to send new monks to the Holy Mount; St.magazine, “Lead Us Not into Clericalism” (October 21, 2013), is still generating controversy.While it’s got some people on the defensive, usually those who’ve long deemed themselves “John Paul II priests,” it’s got many more (lay and clergy) saying “amen.” Father Dan writes about a growing phenomenon of what he calls the “unapproachable or pretentious character of so many of the newly ordained”: They appear to be more concerned about titles, clerical attire, fancy vestments, distance between themselves and their parishioners, and they focus more on what makes them distinctive than on their vocation to wash the feet of others (Jn –17), to lead with humility and to show the compassionate face of God to all. Siuda Release Date: 13 September 2004 A new translation of the Negative Confession (Utterance 125 of the Peret-em-Heru or Egyptian Book of the Dead), accompanied with personal meditations and thoughts on each line from the spiritual leader of Kemetic Orthodoxy.