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Many who struggle with depression carry shame and guilt over their depression. We might feel weak, inadequate, and even that we are being ungrateful. The reality is, that those who are the most healthy often will struggle with depression at some point, because of the dysfunction of others and because of the fallen world in which we live.…
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He was born in Antioch in 522. His father, John, died in an earthquake, leaving him to be raised by his mother Martha. From his earliest childhood he lived a very ascetic life and was under special protection and guidance of St John the Baptist, who often appeared to him. He became a monk as a young man and, after a vision of the Lord, who appeared…
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Saint Ulphia was a nun in France who brought frogs to her area--to help keep her awake at night so she could pray!In this episode of Drawing Furry Friends of the Saints, we will be drawing and learning about the frog friends of St. Ulphia. Ready to learn a little more about how they met and draw your own frog? Grab a pencil and paper, and let's get…
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This week Dr. Jenkins concludes his discussion of St. Augustine's vision of history, on how the Incarnation is the central fact of history, and the place that the Incarnation plays as the paradigm for all of history.Orthodoxy and Education: https://tinyurl.com/OrthodoxEducationDoxamoot 2024: https://tinyurl.com/Doxamoot24…
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"This Saint was from Synnada in Phrygia of Asia Minor. In Constantinople he met Saint Theophylact (March 8); the holy Patriarch Tarasius, learning that Michael and Theophylact desired to become monks, sent them to a monastery on the Black Sea. Because of their great virtue, St Tarasius afterwards compelled them to accept consecration, Theophylact a…
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What was it like to hang around with St. Raphael of Brooklyn? Did you know St. Tikhon had a brother who was in love with an opera singer? What about the mysterious Bulgarian monk who tried to convert the leader of the Mormons and became a ghost story in the Old West?In this video from Fr. Andrew's YouTube channel, he interviews Matthew Namee, Execu…
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He was a "priest of the most high God" (Genesis 14:18-20), who blessed our Forefather Abraham and "brought forth bread and wine," prefiguring the Holy Eucharist, centuries before the Law was given to Moses or Christ became incarnate. The Epistle to the Hebrews (ch. 7) reveals Melchizedek, the Priest-King, to be a type of Christ.…
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Join the Louhs, Cynthia Damaskos, and Molly Sabourin, co-founders of Filled with Less, as they discuss their new program, "Back to Basics," which involves bringing more abundance, joy, and beauty to our lives while learning new hobbies and being in community with other Orthodox Christians.
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Podcaster and entomologist Aaron Irber of “I Might Believe in Faeries” rejoins Richard to continue his extended deep-read of the Silmarillion. They finish up the Quenta Silmarillion proper. If this series has passed from the high and the beautiful to darkness and ruin, that was of old the fate of Arda Marred; and if any change shall come and the Ma…
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Saint Constantine was born in 272, the son of Constantius Chlorus, ruler of the western part of the Roman Empire, and St Helen. When his father died in 306 he was proclaimed successor to the throne. The empire was ruled at that time by several Caesars, each with his own territory. When Constantine learned that the Caesars Maxentius and Maximinus ha…
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The holy Thalelaeus is counted as one of the Unmercenary Physicians. He was a physician, born in Lebanon to a Berucius (a bishop) and Romylia. During the persecutions by the Emperor Numerian, he fled to Cilicia, but was captured and brought before Theodore, the governor. When Thalelaeus boldly confessed Christ, the cruel governor ordered two soldie…
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Theodotus was a married inn-keeper in Ancyra during the persecutions of Diocletian. He used his inn-keeping trade as a means of secretly helping the persecuted Christians, many of whom used his inn as a refuge in time of need. One of his holy works was to retrieve the bodies of martyred Christians and give them burial. At that time, seven maidens w…
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Faeries are cute, diminutive, winged sprites, right? Not so fast. Some call them nature spirits, while others consider the “Fair Folk” to be the fading memory of Celtic pre-Christian gods. At the turn of the 20th Century, a number of rural villagers reported that faeries are really fallen angels! Of curious interest: multiple tales reveal the fey i…
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00:00 - Being a Healing Presence Through Listening and Communication Joey Jalaf, DPT20:46 - An Orthodox Chaplain's Perspective on Physician Aid in Dying Sarah Byrne-Martelli, DMin BCC-PCHAC34:48 - The Psychodynamics of Gratitude: An Opportunity for TheologicalPsychological Convergence Fr. Isaac Skidmore, PhD, MDiv…
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