Blogging this with a bit of tardiness but I guess that’s what Twitter is for. We welcomed our newest family member last Wednesday evening, little Ilija. Catching up on some sleep in the sunlight here.
I received a copy of The Conception of God, Eternal Life by V. Rev. Milan Popovic in today’s mail. A slim book with only 76 pages but since picking it up I felt compelled to blog about it. The book deals with questions we all have: the existence of God; our existence, who are we?Continue reading “The Conception of God”
Jesus performed many miracles during His earthly life that are recorded in Gospels. We read how He healed the sick, gave sight to the blind, fed the hungry, calmed the storms, walked on the waters. In this morning’s reading we also hear of a miracle, Christ heals a paralytic – a man who was paralyzed.Continue reading “Sixth Sunday after Pentecost”
Below is a snippet from an article by Jonathan Pageau on Orthodox Arts Journal here. The article is fascinating but one thing that caught my eye, and attention, was this idea of what we see through machines is more real, truer, than how we experience them. It’s scary how much we rely on our smartphones.Continue reading “Wisdom and virtue”
H/T: Ora et Labora (here) A sermon by Archimandrite Tikhon (Shevkunov), translated by the author of Ora et Labora (why can I not remember his name???) and Natalia Mikhaylova; something to ponder with this Sunday’s gospel of the paralytic approaching. Today is a feast day for all of us paralytics. Today, brothers and sisters, weContinue reading “All of us paralytics!”