Monthly Archives: February 2010

ORIGINAL SIN AND YOUR CHILD, part two


Fr. Orthoduck has continued his writings on original sin in the Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox Churches, so I decided to reprint this article also to give continuity on the subject. Always take Wikipedia information with caution. This information, however, … Continue reading

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ORIGINAL SIN AND YOU


Did you know that original sin is understood differently in Western culture in contrast with the understanding in Eastern / Oriental culture? Fr. Ernesto gives a correct rendering of both understandings, as well as segueing into some information on vampires … Continue reading

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“FLEXIBILITY AND ACCEPTANCE”


Your children face choices as they go through their older formative years. Here is a penetrating insight as to how a college youth was transformed radically by words and writings, especially by an author and professor. The obituary of Howard … Continue reading

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WHAT’S IN A NAME? EPISCOPAL, ANGLICAN, METHODIST AND BAPTIST


Two photos which contrast the range of architecture found in the table below: To give a measuring stick as to the adherents of the various denominations in the U. S. A., here is a selective, approximate, list as of 2004. … Continue reading

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WHAT’S IN A NAME: LUTHERAN


Church names of Lutheran congregations differ in frequency from Catholic and Orthodox congregations. Here are the top choices for four representative synods of the ELCA, the oldest and largest of the Lutheran bodies in America. Pennsylvania is a stronghold for … Continue reading

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