I started reading Doctorow’s “The March” earlier this week. In it the author follows Sherman’s epic march with 60,000 Union troops through Georgia and S and N Carolina. The events are told through the eyes of Sherman, as well as a former slave girl as well as a doctor, just to name a few; inContinue reading “Hell Without Ascription”
H/T: Архиерей, Archbishop Ignaty’s blog Three builders were carrying the same exact work. -What do you do? -each of them was asked. -I carry stones, said the first one. -I’m earning a living, responded the second one. But the third one replied: “I am building a temple”.
Though I’d like to get back to my translation of Bp. Mitrophan’s talk on the Holy Scripture in the writings of St. Sava, there is not much time for that now. Instead, I am posting some thoughts of the newly elected Patriarch of Russia on church reforms given about a month ago, taken from OrthodixieContinue reading “A Careful Attitude to Traditions”
Take a moment and watch this beautiful video.
Churches throughout Serbia and the world are celebrating St. Sava today. Many have already had their St. Sava programs either last weekend or last night, while some churches will be holding their’s this coming weekend. Pictured above is the beginning of the celebration in our parish, with the cutting of the Slava Kolach. On thisContinue reading “Days of Saint Sava: On the Day of Saint Sava”