Monthly Archives: July 2010

Some Photos from the St. Nektarios Monastery in Roscoe NY

I have a bunch of pictures from that trip to the St. Nektarios Monastery in Roscoe New York, at the end of the trip I took a few minutes to walk around the grounds to take a snapshot as it … Continue reading

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Orthodox Archpriest takes on Presbyterian Church USA

Fr. Siarhei Hardun was invited to do an ‘Ecumenical Greeting’ at the Presbyterian Church USA’s General Assembly. I don’t think they expected him to say what he did – but he did – he definitely did. It’s really funny to … Continue reading

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From the St. Nektarios Monastery in Roscoe NY

I visited the Monastery to St. Nektarios in Roscoe NY for the first time with some friends on that holiday packed weekend of July 1st-July 4th 2010. The experience was quite powerful and I’d very much like to go back. … Continue reading

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Facebook this week

After reading about all the law suits, privacy issues, hacks and phishing attacks, Firefox display bug issues, questionable Indian skin whitening cream apps, incestuous relationships and so on coming out of Facebook this past week, this last statement has to … Continue reading

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Hmmm…. Corrupting the Youth…

I have so much to post, that I guess I should just start doing so. When I see something especially interesting I’ll put it up here. Like this: Are Diaper Commercials Getting Too Grown Up? “Recently, two dia­per com­pa­nies have … Continue reading

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A Quote From a New Saint

“In Christianity truth is not a philosophical concept nor is it a theory, a teaching, or a system, but rather, it is the living theanthropic hypostasis—the historical Jesus Christ (John 14:6). Before Christ men could only conjecture about the Truth … Continue reading

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