Saturday, May 31, 2014

Sister Vassa Larin Tour

Friday, May 30, 2014


Thursday, May 29, 2014

CDF Appointments

Can Someone Make the Actual Text Available?

Modern Shepherding

Can't offend the Holy Spirit...


That's So Not Nice

Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Cathedral of "Resurrection of Christ"

Related: Resurrection of Christ Greek Orthodox Cathedral – Tirana
2012: Newly Constructed Greek Orthodox Church in Albania Is the 3rd Largest in Europe
Archbishop Nikon participates in celebration in Albania

Cathedral of the Resurrection of Christ

Sister Vassa on the Ascension

Maybe This is Premature

A Gift for the Pope Emeritus and His Brother

DSPT Graduation 2014

Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Sandro Magister: One the Embrace, Many the Divisions
The encounter between Francis and Bartholomew at the basilica of the Holy Sepulchre. But there's rupture between the Greek Orthodox patriarchs of Jerusalem and Antioch. And open conflict between Constantinople and Moscow, on the question of primacy. The anti-papal sentiment of Eastern Christians

Sunday, May 25, 2014

Photos: Apostolic Pilgrimage, Day 2

An Appropriate Political Gesture?

Orthros and Patriarchal Divine Liturgy at Holy Sepulchre (Church of the Anastasis)

Video of the Meeting of the Two Brothers

Apostolic Pilgrimage, Day 3 Photos

Photo from the Meeting of the Brothers

Byzantine, Texas: Orthodox Institute 2014: "Theosis: Your Life with ...

Byzantine, Texas: Orthodox Institute 2014: "Theosis: Your Life with ...: ( ) - Our baptism brought us into the Body of Christ, and placed our feet on the path of salvation, which is the Church. ...

How old is this one?

Another depiction of God the Father in an icon.
"God become one of us." =? "God became a man" vs. "God became man."

Is it be problematic (or even heretical) to say, "God become one of us"? Does it necessary imply that God became a human person? At the very least it seems equivalent to "God became a human individual" or "God became a individual human."