Do what you’ve got to do
Apr17

Do what you’ve got to do

Fearless little mouse sneaks into the leopard’s cage to steal a meal.

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Holy Week and Pascha in Jerusalem, 375AD
Apr11

Holy Week and Pascha in Jerusalem, 375AD

From the journal of a fourth-century western European nun on pilgrimage in Jerusalem.

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Be reconciled
Apr10

Be reconciled

Your responsibility

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What do you call the Resurrection Feast?
Apr06

What do you call the Resurrection Feast?

At this time of year we always start seeing assertions that Easter is a pagan celebration of fertility and sex, originally dedicated to a goddess named variously Ishtar, Astarte, or Ostara. The Christians are said to have simply taken the bunny-festival and assimilated it into the Church calendar. So how central is the goddess Ishtar/Easter to this commemoration? Maybe this will clarify it:: Who is the feast named for in your...

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Melito of Sardis – On Pascha
Apr06

Melito of Sardis – On Pascha

Saint Melito, 2nd-century bishop of Sardis, proclaims Mystery of the Passover in light of the Gospel.

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The Way into the Kingdom of Heaven
Apr04

The Way into the Kingdom of Heaven

An example of the sort of preaching that converted the Alaskans – translated from the original Aleut.

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