Even her name is a mystery. According to some, she was originally Damiani (by a happy coincidence the present Archbishop of Sinai and Abbot of the Monastery of Saint Katherine is called Damianos), although Rufinus claims that she was called Dorothea. https://t.co/0eXp7KRORD— OCN (@MyOCN) November 25, 2020
Thursday, November 26, 2020
The centerpiece should be the Lord. The focus of the day should be giving thanks to Him, and to one another. Thanksgiving should be celebrated every day. -Fr. Stavros Akrotirianakis https://t.co/ewKQ0ZcjUA #Thanksgiving— OCN (@MyOCN) November 26, 2020
At the table we are surrounded not only by friends but by the angels and the saints. In partaking of the Eucharist, no one will leave hungry or unsatisfied. Because this banquet offers us a measure of holiness and spiritual sustenance. https://t.co/FdURXoSOOE— OCN (@MyOCN) November 26, 2020
Give Thanks and Glory to God For All Thingshttps://t.co/f4OlA0d4SZ— Orthodox Christianity (@Orthodoxy2019) November 26, 2020
Alexander A. Sokolovsky
We have so much to be thankful for. For life, for our families and friends, for the food on our tables. The vicissitudes of a difficult year are nothing in comparison with all the ble... pic.twitter.com/mWy5FAtZhY
It has never happened that a ruling class reviews, all the way to its deepest roots, the ideology on which it rests, if it is not forced to.— Augusto Del Noce (@AugustoDelNoce) November 26, 2020
Is it more likely that a tryannical regime errs first not in the reason but in the appetite?
If you missed our director @josephecapizzi's interview with @cartersnead of @ND_EthicsCenter about his new book, "What It Means to Be Human," check out their lively conversation here: https://t.co/i3xiQKGWiG pic.twitter.com/W2VJCcNFcN— IHE (@HumanEcologyCUA) November 25, 2020
Monday through Friday - Liturgy of the Presanctified Gifts as the authentic Byzantine liturgical tradition?
The use of hunger to enhance appreciation of the reception of the Lord in Communion? (Based on Maximos' theology of the passions?)