http://orthodox-heart-sites.blogspot.com ORTHODOX HEART SITES Orthodox Christianity in USA Eastern Orthodox Church <> http://orthodoxusanet.blogspot.com – Orthodox USA Net http://usaofmyheart.wordpress.com – USA of my heart http://americaofmyheart.wordpress.com – America of my heart <> Link: Vashon Monks All-Merciful Saviour Monastery on Vashon Island, Washington, USA https://vashonmonks.com Vashon Monks * * * All-Merciful Saviour Monastery on Vashon […]Read More Orthodox Christianity in USA – Eastern Orthodox Church
http://usaofmyheart.wordpress.com USA OF MY HEART Fr. James Bernstein, USA: Surprised by ChristRead More Video: Fr. James Bernstein, USA: Surprised by Christ
http://faithbookorthodoxy.wordpress.com FAITHBOOK – ORTHODOXY Do not fast without love Fr. Andrew Konanos, Greece I would be very glad to hear that you are fasting these days. If you do it with love and humility, of course. With love for God, His Most Pure Mother, and people. If I see you buying ham in the supermarket, […]Read More Do not fast without love – Fr. Andrew Konanos, Greece
http://textsorthodoxy.wordpress.com TEXTS – ORTHODOXY Who wrote the Holy Bible? The Holy Bible was written by several writers over an approximate period from 1500 B.C. to 100 A.D. However, the answer is that ultimately God himself was the author. Throughout the Holy Bible we see men and women who God used as his instruments in bringing […]Read More Who wrote the Holy Bible?
http://irelandofmyheart.wordpress.com IRELAND OF MY HEART For them I gave up my home country Saint Patrick of Ireland (+461) Saint Patrick of Ireland: “I am Patrick, yes a sinner and indeed untaught; yet I am established here in Ireland where I profess myself bishop. I am certain in my heart that “all that I am,” I […]Read More For them I gave up my home country – Saint Patrick of Ireland (+461)
http://cominghomeorthodoxy.wordpress.com COMING HOME – ORTHODOXY Who should reconcile first? Elder Joel Yannakopoulos of Kalamata, Greece (+1966) One day a peasant brought Fr. Joel some “weighty” reasons why he couldn’t reconcile with his brother: “Father, I can’t speak first. My brother should speak first—he’s guilty, not me! Besides, he’s younger, and I’m older!” Fr. Joel asked […]Read More Who should reconcile first? – Elder Joel Yannakopoulos of Kalamata, Greece (+1966)