I give this presentation annually in my parishes. If you wish to purchase the text I use for this annual presentation, you can buy it as an Ebook on this site HERE, or go to Amazon.com (CLICK HERE).
It is my hope that both men and women, and particularly parents, will take note of this important issue, and provide appropriate direction for their children. There is a reason the Orthodox Tradition prescribes certain practices, regarding modesty and it is pedagogical – to teach about ourselves, the world, and each other. By Wendy Shalit [...]
One set of pipes in excellent condition. My son cannibalized the pipe chanter and drone reeds for his own set of pipes, so they are missing, but these do include: Dunbar Eller sticks with imitation ivoryBannatyne synthetic zipper bagwater trapsilver drone chordsblack corduroy bag cover $700 USD or best offer. Paypal or cash only. Click [...]
by Abbot Tryphon The first time I ever attended a funeral service where cremation of the body of the deceased had taken place was in Portland, Oregon, many years ago. An Episcopal priest friend had died and had requested his body be cremated. Walking into the church and seeing a small box sitting before the [...]
By Fr. Patrick Henry Reardon Senior Editor of Touchstone Magazine, Fr. Patrick is also pastor of All Saints Church in Chicago, IL. This article, posted on OrthodoxyToday.org in June of 2005 is a short, but powerful statement of why Christians, particularly Orthodox Christians, must not weasel out of their obligations to the country, society and [...]
by Fr. Patrick Henry Reardon Originally published in July/August of 2005, this article always has kept a special place in my heart. As a priest of “The Church Militant” I’ve always felt that clergy must, first and foremost, be men, and men must be courageous. Moral courage is the only thing that will return virtue [...]