Feast of St Anthony the Great
Foundational texts in Genesis provide the basis of human sexuality and the erotic dimension of life. From this basis, an ontology of Eros can be developed from within the Holy Scriptures, and is revealed as a fundamental dynamic between Christ and His Church, God and His people, and the Creator and the Creation.
Feast of St Euphrosynos the Cook
CERTAIN lineaments can be identified that set the parameters for a definition of culture. ‘Culture’ seems to describe a particular way of being human shared by a society or community over time. Among others, it includes elements such as:
1. Language: a shared language with embedded perceptions and nuances unique to it.
2. Religion: a mode of relating to...
Feast of the Holy Apostles Archippus, Philemon & Onesimus
IN THE NAME of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, Amen.
“This is a great mystery, but I speak concerning Christ and His Church.” These words were written by the Apostle Paul in the first century concerning marriage to the church community of Ephesus. This is a great mystery, but I speak concerning Christ and the Church. What, pray...
Feast of Symeon the Holy Martyr & Bishop of Persia
The Feast of Friendship (2nd Ed.) by Fr Paul D. O'Callaghan
WHETHER THE author knows it or not, this is a profoundly humble book—in the sense of the Latin root of the word which indicates the soil from which something grows. The soil for this book is rich: the insights of Aristotle, biblical paradigms of friendship (David and Jonathan,...